Upcoming Events

The Impact of Charismatic Leadership on your Business with Charles Regan

This event is taking place on Tuesday January 29th at 7 p.m. at Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Room 304.

Free if you are a member of our Endorsing Associations. Otherwise, we charge $35. All profits go to the Make A Wish Foundation. 

Please note this event is being held at Metro Hall, Room 304. Metro Hall is located at 55 John Street in downtown TO. John Street runs north and south between King and Wellington, west of University Ave. 

Many business leaders struggle to lead and motivate their staff to achieve the results demanded by their stakeholders.  Business leaders are trying to understand how to motivate and inspire staff while focusing on getting the job done and moving the company forward.  In most cases, the job is getting larger and more urgent despite limited resources.

Today, every firm’s managers, supervisors and senior person play a critical role in the firm’s achieving corporate strategies and goals.  If key managers in your company become more charismatic leaders, the result will be a dramatic increase in engagement, retention, productivity, profitability, and career success.

Research and observation tells us that charismatic leaders achieve the greatest results but up until now, little was known about the leadership behaviours that make these people so charismatic.  The word charisma has been used to describe such varied degrees of personal management behaviours that its true meaning is now lost on many people.  Consequently, it is hard to measure and understand the behaviours that influence other people’s perception of an individual’s charisma.  We know that your perceived leadership charisma impacts your staff and customer’s perception of you and ultimately you career success.

The presentation, The Impact of the Charismatic Leader, will outline the meaning of Leadership Charisma and its relationship to you in improving your staff’s engagement, while also discussing the resulting impact on your organization.   Leadership Charisma is not an inherited trait; it can be learned.  Since charisma is defined by an individual’s perception of a leader, we also cover six critical leadership behaviours that strongly shape these perceptions.

Thorough a detailed case study, you will learn of the unique relationship between these leadership behaviours.  Our case study manager discovered how his core competencies and characteristics impacted his group’s engagement.  The manager undertook key steps to transforming his actions and impacted the work environment so staff are more engaged, motivated, and inspired to work at their best performance.  The case study demonstrates that with the right information, you too can create a leadership action plan to transform your working environment.

About Charles Regan

Charlie Regan, C. Dir.is the President of Leadership Charisma Group helping companies build their leadership capacity and their leaders make a clear connection between specific behaviours and business results.  Our approach creates charismatic relationships that motivates and inspires all employees to perform their best.  Charlie can be reached at charlie.regan@leadershipcg.ca or (416) 805-8120

Mr. Regan. has held senior leadership roles in a variety of industries in the areas of Operational Management, Call Centre Management, and Information Technology Management.  He has a track record of consistently creating high-performing teams and achieving significant results Charlie is a Chartered Director (C. Dir.) from the Director’s College, and has served on a number of not-for-profit boards and committees. He holds a M. Eng. in Systems Engineering and a B.A. Sc. in Electrical Engineering.

In Summary:

When:  Tuesday January 29th,  7 p.m.
Where:  Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Room 304
John Street runs north and south between King and Wellington, west of University Avenue, in downtown TO.

Free if you are a member of one of our endorsing associations. Otherwise we charge $35.

Regards,

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John Klotz
Event Chair, Toronto Talks
chair@torontotalks.org
416-783-7526