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Join Nancy Duarte, expert communicator and author of the new book DataStory: Explain Data and Inspire Action Through Story, as she reveals how to get decision makers on board with your ideas.
The Do's And Don'ts Of Effective Presentations
Don't waste your time, or the time of your CEO during your next presentation. Follow these simple do's and don'ts of effective presentations and get the most out of these valuable opportunities.
The 6 lies between you and success: Jay Papasan
Join Jay Papasan, #1 bestselling author of The One Thing, as he busts myths around discipline, multitasking, and willpower, so you can get the highest return on your time and energy.
The Focusing Question
What is the one thing you can do, such that by doing it, everything will be easier or unnecessary?
Make The Mental Leap To Leader
Don’t leave the success of your first-level leaders, and your organization, to chance—make the mental leap to leader and download our complimentary six-step guide today!
Uncover your blindspots: Howard Ross
Join diversity expert Howard Ross as he discusses how to mitigate your unconscious biases, so you can make better talent-management decisions.
Fields Of Experience
If you solve future problems based on how you’ve always solved previous, that seems very safe. But safe isn’t always a valuable leadership competency in an ever-changing marketplace.
The 4 Disciplines Of Execution®
The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) is a simple, repeatable, and proven formula for executing on your most important strategic priorities in the midst of the whirlwind.
The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership: Jennifer Colosimo
Join Jennifer Colosimo, FranklinCovey senior vice president, to learn how to inspire trust, create vision, execute strategy, and coach potential.
Leadership Training Over The Years
Over the last 30 years, FranklinCovey’s point of view on leadership has evolved substantially. With leadership, often the “how” changes, but the "what" remains the same.
The future is so bright: Muriel Summers
Join visionary educator Muriel Summers as she shares how schools can implement a transformational framework so children can lead, learn, and serve.
The Leadership Gap Report
FranklinCovey conducted research comparing the beliefs and behaviors of average first-level leaders to great ones. Results of the research have identified the areas where organizations can improve.
Making 5 Choices That Can Change Everything With Kory Kogon
It's both easier and harder than ever to be extraordinarily productive. Kory Kogon joins Patrick to discuss what drives productivity in today’s world and the 5 choices that we all need to make.
Does Silence Equal Agreement?
Scott Miller explores the idea that silence equals complicity and calls on readers to reflect on and challenge their own paradigms.
The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity®
The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity help individuals and organizations to better manage decisions, attention, and energy to consistently make choices that give the greatest return on time.
Thriving In The Face Of Scarcity With Dr. Kelly Goldsmith
Professor Kelly Goldsmith joins Patrick in the lab to share her research on scarcity and how to thrive when resources are limited.
Speak so people listen: Julian Treasure
Join Julian Treasure, one of the top TED speakers of all time, to learn the seven deadly sins of speaking…and the one leaders commit most often.
Advice From The CEO
When the CEO gives you advice, you listen. Which is exactly what Scott Miller did when FranklinCovey's CEO, Bob Whitman, told him that he made too many declarative statements.
Money is a tool to achieve the life you want: Jean Chatzky