Leadership - Keynote Speakers & Books
Our president and founder, Sal Silvester, brings his passion and expertise for team-building and leadership development to his coaching, writing and speaking keynotes. He’s a master at illuminating the shifts all leaders must make to successfully navigate complex and chaotic environments that come with the territory of corporate leadership. Sal delights audiences and readers with stories and characters that come to life and are relatable in any organization.
Are you looking for a truly impactful and memorable leadership keynote to complement your event or conference? We have a range of messages that inspire with less fluff and more results. Our two most popular keynotes are:
The 4 Essential Rules for
Are your emerging leaders prepared for roles that will directly impact business results?
I’ll bet your emerging leaders are smart and successful, maybe even rising stars in your organization. People have taken notice and as a result they’ve been promoted. The problem is, if they are like many new or recently promoted mangers, they feel thoroughly unprepared and out of their element. Perhaps even a bit scared.
How Senior Leaders Balance
Results AND Relationships
Are your senior leaders aware of how their roles impact the entire organization?
As leaders rise to higher levels within an organization, they are required to navigate increasingly complex and chaotic situations. There are hand-offs and trade-offs with stakeholders and constituents. There are executive leaders to please and junior leaders to lead. Peers with competing agendas vie for the same set of limited resources. Check out our leadership training Denver opportunities.
See all of our keynotes in the 5.12 Solutions Speaker’s Kit.
Ignite! The 4 Essential Rules for Emerging Leaders
Sal Silvester's timely book, Ignite! incorporates for the first time Sal’s People-First Leadership™ model that gives new leaders all the tools they need to elevate their effectiveness. While plenty of management wisdom has focused on leadership and teamwork, relatively little attention has been paid specifically to emerging leaders--people who have recently been or are about to be promoted to supervisory or managerial positions.