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Get your mindset right: Scott Miller
Join FranklinCovey executive vice president Scott Miller as he discusses the crucial challenge facing newly appointed leaders—moving from individual contributor to achieving results through others.
Use data to communicate up: Nancy Duarte
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Money is a tool to achieve the life you want: Jean Chatzky
Join Jean Chatzky, financial editor of the TODAY show, as she demystifies the biggest misconceptions about money and discusses how employers can serve as trusted resources for their people.
Boosting sales performance: Randy Illig
Join sales expert Randy Illig as he shares the common traps that sales organizations fall into and how to avoid them.
Your customer is the hero: Donald Miller
Join Donald Miller, founder of StoryBrand, to cut through the noise, clarify your message, and connect with your customers using the power of stories.
Radical Candor: Kim Scott
Join Kim Scott, New York Times bestselling author, as she discusses how to develop real, human relationships at work by caring personally and challenging directly.
Take ownership of your career: Aaron Thompson
Join Aaron Thompson, expert recruiter, to develop a career strategy for the 2019 job market, by nailing video interviews, creating a stand-out resume, and getting recruiters’ attention.
Clear the clutter: Gretchen Rubin
Join Gretchen Rubin, bestselling author of The Happiness Project, as she discusses the connection between our surroundings and sense of self-mastery.
From mess to success: Scott Miller
Join Scott Miller, author of Management Mess to Leadership Success, as he encourages leaders to own their messes and move toward success, drawing lessons from his own rocky leadership journey.
We're all in this together: Dr. Curtis Jones
Join Dr. Curtis Jones, 2019 National Superintendent of the Year, to learn how businesses, communities, and parents can help build the leaders of the future.
Let's fix the system: Marissa Orr
Join Marissa Orr, author of the forthcoming book Lean Out, as she shares how we can re-wire organizations to better meet the needs of a diverse workforce, especially in senior leadership.
Leadership lessons from the top: Bob Whitman
Join FranklinCovey's Chairman & CEO Bob Whitman as he shares the essential competencies he looks for in every leader and the lessons he’s learned in his decades of executive experience.
Confess your mess: Scott Miller
Join FrankinCovey executive vice president Scott Miller as he discusses how judiciously sharing your vulnerabilities can increase your leadership influence and legacy.
Leadership-Mania: Stephanie McMahon