Organizations have historically made heavy investments to help top performers and senior leaders gain tangible skills through degrees, professional certifications and technical training courses. However, companies that are giving equal emphasis to boosting intangible skills have discovered a measurable bottom-line impact and a distinct competitive advantage in today’s fast-paced, global economy. What are these high-value intangible skills?
•Influential leadership and compelling communications that inspire and motivate colleagues and co-workers
•Powerful personal presence that others perceive as charismatic and persuasive yet approachable and supportive
•Strong emotional intelligence that builds solid connections with people at all levels of the organization
•Collaborative behaviors and strategies that maximize team performance and results
When high-potentials successfully integrate these intangible leadership skills, their corporate employers reap the benefits: increased productivity, stronger market performance, and improved employee retention. Sara Canaday has an impressive track record for helping companies harness those distinct advantages.
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University of the Incarnate Word: MBA, Business 1993
The University of Texas at Austin: Organizational Communication 1987
Incarnate Word University: MBA, Business 1993
University of Incarnate Word: MBA, Businesss 1993
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