Leadership Principles Don’t Change But Styles Do
Samuel Johnson once said, “People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed.” We KNOW how to be good business leaders, managers, spouses, parents, and followers of Christ, we just often don’t DO what we know.
Join us as we talk with Dean Miles, founder and president of Bridgepoint Coaching and Strategy Group. Dean’s past experience working with the Drug Enforcement Administration paired with his sales and business experience has helped him learn about body language, management, and how we react when faced with the truth. His goal is not to heap more instruction, but to remind people of what they already know to be true.
What you will learn
- How to create a culture that attracts and retains younger people.
- How to transfer leadership skills to the next generation.
- How to maintain balance and juggle the different roles in your life.
- The difference between leadership style and leadership principles.
- Those that follow best become the best leaders.
- How to have mutual purpose and mutual respect when working with a group of people.
- How to take the negative connotations away from being a great follower.
“There is a difference between leadership styles and leadership principles. Principles are timeless. Leadership styles, however, have an expiration date.” – Dean Miles
Dean is the founder and president of Bridgepoint Coaching & Strategy Group. Since 1996, he has been coaching and facilitating programs for groups and individuals around the country on many organizational, interpersonal and personal topics. With his extensive coaching and training background, Dean has partnered with executives, managers, and front-line employees. Dean’s experience in the fields of manufacturing, mining, aerospace, financial services, health care, oil and gas, rail services and non-profits demonstrates his ability to quickly adapt to the unique needs of each industry. Dean has been described as staggeringly perceptive.