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You have to work with other people – either as a boss, peer, or client – to be successful. Learn the best way to adapt your style to be able to work and get along with anyone. No quizzes or test taking necessary. The only tools you need are your eyes and ears; learn how to use them in a unique way to gain the results you want and need.
It is human nature and a leadership desire to have a team that can run itself, work according to your standards and consistently deliver results. To get to this point you need to develop leadership habits – 7 in particular that will get your team to the point of engagement and accountability without you feeling awkward or robotic.
Andrea is the principal of Focus Leadership, which “uncomplicates the people side of your business”. Her passion is in assisting small businesses achieve success through their people.She also coaches clients on:
She published two books – “Speaking their Language: Understanding Client, Vendors and Employees” and “D.I.A.L. I.N.T.O. Recruitment – Hiring Right the First Time””.
She has lived and worked overseas in Mexico, Argentina, and South Africa and is bilingual in Spanish.
“Andrea is very knowledgeable about HR topics, specifically conflict resolution among employees. Her workshop was very insightful and practical.” ~ Lisa H.
“I found Andrea to be encouraging, knowledgeable and pleasantly willing to share her expertise!” ~ Nancy N.
“Enjoyed it very much! You have excellent speaking style, great information, great smile and energy!” ~ no name given
“We were so happy to have you as a presenter. You made the topic fun, easy to understand, and gave us all tools to use in our day-to-day work capacity and environment. Although weeks have passed since you were here, I am hearing your words practiced throughout the library-staff on a daily basis.” ~ Denise D.
“The speaker’s delivery of the content was very comfortable. Info was in bite sizes easy to digest. She tailored her presentation to our group – not a canned presentation.” ~ no name given