Ask and You Shall Achieve: Using Neuro-Axiology to Engage Leaders in Their Own Self-Development
Topic: At the heart of all leadership development programs is self-leadership. This presentation will walk you through the 3 Questions that every organization must use to grow a culture of professional development and self-leadership.
More specifically, this presentation will discuss the principles and practices of cognitive self-leadership. Significant and sustainable improvements in leadership, talent, culture, and performance require significant and sustainable improvements in thinking. No “skill” is more important than cognitive self-leadership or one’s ability to engage their very best thinking and cognition at will.
At the heart of cognitive self-leadership is the practice of asking oneself the right questions at the right time. Questions have the power to sustainability and quickly transform human thought and behavior.
- Participants will come away with specific questions to ask themselves that will cause them to be a more effective self-leader in all circumstances.
- Participants will know how to ask the Central Question, the “Good” question and the Mission Critical Questions that will transform their performance.
- Participants will recognize the persistent gap in their current development programs AND know how to bridge that gap using the tools of cognitive self-leadership.
Speaker: Traci Duez is a popular keynote speaker in the project management community. She has spoken at over 70 different PMI chapters to over 16,000 leaders and executives in the past 6 years including PMI Global Congresses in North America and Europe. She has worked with Halliburton, Microsoft, DeVry University, Shell Oil, Fujitsu, Mary Kay and many others.
Traci earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Case Western Reserve University. She entered a master's program in athletic coaching at The Ohio State University. She has coached basketball at the high school and collegiate levels. She was also a project manager for 17 years. Prior to starting her own company in 2006, she was a director of over 100 consultants for a nationwide IT consulting firm.
Today, she is a leading expert in cognitive self-leadership and helps leaders and executives grow their leadership abilities and those of their teams. Her audience members say “Traci is not only an engaging speaker; she brings new ideas to the table rather than just repackaging the old ones…. Traci is a speaker that you can hear more than once and hear a new message every time.”
- Park in the visitor garage off the feeder of I-10 and Eldridge.
- Café on the Lakes can accessed through the garage entrance.
- Let wait staff know you are there for the ATD Houston lunch event.
Food: Event will be held in the Café on the Lake. Lunch Menu $8 - $15.