There are a number of skills everyone in a leadership, or supervisory position should have. The Leadership Processes and Skills Workshops are designed to sharpen those skills for some and develop them from zero for others.
Col John Boggs works with executives and managers in business, education, health care and government to leverage talent and dramatically improve performance. The greatest leaders and performers in our time, and in history, utilize the skills of a coach and trusted advisor in order to capitalize fully on their already world class talent. As a coach, Col Boggs works with the clients to develop specific and measurable objectives that lead to dramatic improvement in personal performance.
Why would a woman want to attend a leadership course or participate in a coaching program from a man?
There are few, if any, men who see the need to develop the leadership skills of women. Moreover, there are even fewer men with the background of Col John Boggs teaching or coaching in the leadership arena.
Col Boggs provides women the added insight gained from his practical experience leading Marines, and civilians while in the active service of the nation and as a businessman. Additionally, he provides you with valuable insights of how men view women in leadership positions.
Leadership On and Off the Field
You have achieved great things in your career through hard work and your natural abilities. Are you ready to move your leadership abilities to the next level?
The essence of word “Leader” in the world of athletics is muted. It is used to describe a player with extraordinary physical abilities, a person playing a specific position or someone who holds a position of power on the team and in the organization. But what about true leaders? Where are the people who can transform values into actions, visions into realities, obstacles into innovations, individuality into collaboration, and risks into rewards? We don’t see them. Many of those who carry the moniker of leader in the world of athletics are ineffective.
This isn’t just a problem in athletics. The harsh reality is most people ascending to leadership positions, regardless of industry, do so at the age of 30 years old. The average age of receiving their first leadership training and education is 42 years old. The gap is clear!