Complimentary webinar with Paul Thornton

Leadership: Finding Your Sweet Spot — Move From a Good Leader to a Great Leader

Join the Discussion with Paul Thornton

Some leaders operate at the extremes—doing too much, then too little. They centralize, then they decentralize, only to centralize again. Some leaders delegate, but then swoop back in and grab control. What does it take to find the sweet spot in leadership?

Finding your leadership sweet spot in each situation is challenging. Needs vary, and individual skills and experience are different from task to task. Motivation can change from day to day, and what one person sees as a challenge, another sees as a walk in the park.

Join us on May 20th at 1 PM (ET), as Paul Thornton, author of Leadership: Finding Your Sweet Spot: Move From Being a Good Leader to a Great Leader, explains what it means to be a great leader and provides guidance on navigating your way towards hitting that sweet spot.

Meet The Presenter

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Paul B. Thornton is an author, speaker, and adjunct professor of business administration. He studied management, psychology, and political science at Ohio University, continuing his education, and earned an M.B.A. from American International College and a Master of Education degree from Suffolk University. He is the author of 15 books, including Precise Leaders Get Results (Motivational Press), Management Principles and Practices (Kendall-Hunt Publishers), and Leadership—Off the Wall (Westbow Press). Paul has created 28 management and leadership videos, which can be found on YouTube. He has also published numerous slide presentations, which are available on slideshare.net.

Meet The Host

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Becky Robinson is an entrepreneur and founder/CEO of Weaving Influence, a digital marketing agency. Weaving Influence works with authors and thought leaders to help them show up online in the same powerful ways they show up in real life, with a focus on building strategic partnerships to help people and organizations reach their big picture business goals. She’s a wife and mom of three daughters who loves running, reading, and coffee.