Former National Football League Player
Travels From: Franklin, TN
Speaking Fee: Please contact for more information (615-681-6588)
Categories: Dare to lead, Life's Transitions (Finding new purpose and passions), Qualified so you are justified.
Kevin Dyson Topics
LEAD WITH GRIT
In an ever-changing and complex world, being an adaptable and compassionate leader is a requirement for success. As leaders deal with technological advancement, changing societal norms, and learning new ways to effectively communicate, inspire, and create a highly influential work environment, I will share eight ways leaders can fulfill their purpose to maximize their goals. To “LEAD with GRIT" is an acronym that represents a leadership approach that balances strength and empathy. By "LEAD" with "GRIT," leaders will learn to inspire and motivate his/her team while being supportive and empathetic towards their needs. This approach will help leaders build team trust and loyalty, guiding them to better performance and outcomes.
Explore the importance of adaptation and having a growth mindset.
Explore the importance of being reflective and being willing to let go of control to gain big dividends.
Explore the importance of grace and respect and provide an environment that allows failure to promote success!
Explore the importance of “Acting like an intern”! Become a tenacious leader that is determined and persistent in the face of challenges.
Explore the importance of “Acting like an intern” to become a tenacious leader that is determined and persistent in the face of challenges.
BUILDING COLLABORATIVE CULTURE/TEAM:
When a leader’s objective is to increase an organization’s copacity to function as a team with common beliefs and goals it ensures a greater probability of success. Building a culture of collaboration allows teams to work effectively and creates an environment of shared responsibility and decision-making. A collaborative culture enhances an organization’s outcome, builds trust and empowerment among teammates, and creates a winning culture.
Defining what a collaborative culture is and why it's essential for success.
Explore the key elements of building a collaborative culture, trust, and shared values.
Discuss the benefits that a collaborative culture can bring: commitment, responsibility, and employee/student satisfaction.
Discussing practical strategies for implementing these elements in your organization, including team-building activities, open communication channels, and shared decision-making processes