The Organization’s Heartbeat
Leadership Training for Managers and Employees — Become Integral to Your Business
Every organization has a heartbeat, a pulse that sustains it daily, hourly, minute-to-minute. The best organizations have a healthy heartbeat, a strong pulse. I have also seen companies that are in some sort of A-fib – out of rhythm, or worse, in congestive heart failure.
My keynote titled “The Organizational Heartbeat” engages leaders to understand how information, culture, decision making, execution and pressures move through organizations.
Most importantly, we talk about the leader’s role in each of these and the actions required to maintain a strong pulse.
This keynote will leave your audience with a shift in mindset and strategies that they can easily adopt to keep their organization from….flat lining.
Leaders will learn how to breathe oxygen into the organization to enrich the blood (and the organization) leading to peak performance.
The keynote has three objectives:
- Audiences will learn how information moves through an organization from vision to execution.
- Participants walk away understanding how leaders inject themselves into the business model to minimize disruption and maximize output.
- Appreciation for what makes successful companies successful and how those properties can be emulated and improved.
Your story and message of resilience coupled with your sincere and thoughtful delivery truly resonated with me. You raised the bar for speakers next year.
Trent was poised, well-spoken and captivated the audience. He has an amazing story to tell and one I personally admired.
Hearing Trent is like taking a Good to Great vitamin.
“His learnings are easy to digest and with long-term impact because they’re interactive: You’re listening and engaging on an emotional and logical level. Plus you have lots of tools and tactics to invoke when you’re met with challenges at work.”
“Thanks for the work you do to bring hope to the lives of many. You have a gift.”
“I was thoroughly inspired by your presentation at the Always On Symposium. Thank you for being part of the experience.”
“Trent knocked it out of the ballpark. His personal stories deeply touched each member of our senior management team.”
“You had an immediate connection and rapport with our team. Your message of Moving the Big Rocks First was ideal for what we will face in the coming months.”
“Trent enlightened our future leaders with his candor, humor and insight.”
“Thank you for the outstanding presentation you delivered at our conference. I took your message of resiliency to heart and made a commitment to myself to be ready.”
“Trent is a remarkable speaker. The audience laughed and cried with him through the entire presentation.”