Don Shapiro is an inspiring speaker who helps people learn what it takes to become a great leader. As the co-author of The Character-Based Leader, Don takes his audiences on a safari deep into the “why” behind leadership. Why will people voluntarily join with you to make great things happen? He answers that question and shows you how to become one of those leaders.
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Motivation Speaker Don Shapiro shows how we can influence anyone. With Don’s simple discoveries, hourly employees, support staff and just about anyone can learn how to influence other workers, their boss and more. These same ideas can help you with your kids and in the community.
Management Speaker Don Shapiro clears up confusion about improving the U.S. Healthcare system. He helps everyone understand all its issues and learn innovative ways to lower its cost and make America healthier!
By Don Shapiro, President, First Concepts Consultants, Inc. For too long, structure has been viewed as something separate from strategy. Structure is how the entire organization operates, not just its organization chart. Revising structures are often seen as ways to improve efficiency, promote teamwork, create synergy or reduce cost. Yes, restructuring can do all that […]
Managing change is really about leading change by influencing people to voluntarily embrace the change and align themselves with where the organization is going. The only way to lead change is with an aligned team of effective leaders. Change is more about people than the change itself.
The latest look at what types of leaders produce the best results based on Don Shapiro’s experience and review of major research on leadership, employee engagement, employee retention and strategic alignment.
People can be bad. Bosses can be bad. People can do bad things and influence others to do bad things. Maybe it’s time to stop calling these people leaders. We are overusing the term leader and leadership and calling people leaders who are not leaders.