Tulsa Management Training | Power Moves of Management

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Being in management can be hard if you don’t know how to organize or manage well. Clay Staires and the Leadership Initiative will be hosting the Tulsa management training this summer out in Jenks, Oklahoma. If you are needing a culture or management transformation at your company or in your business, then you are going to want to attend this training to get all the tools, systems, and mindsets you need to reinvent your management. To sign up for this training, you can go online to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852 to secure your spot. You will want to move quickly because seats will be filled quickly.

Clay Staires is a man who has years in business, training, leading, and managing. The Tulsa management training came out of Clay’s passion for business owners and from all of the consulting he has done. Throughout Clay’s career, he saw the need for leaders to get educated on how to lead or management. Clay has coached and consulted business owners who have been in business for twenty plus years and has helped these business owners get results in their company within one year compared to what they have been trying to do over the last twenty or thirty years.

Creating a company culture of integrity, trust, high energy, and organization can be hard when it comes to you as the leader is the one who needs to implement it. Clay will train you on how to go about getting the results you need from your team and what you need to do as a leader to motivate your team into motivation. Clay will wow you with his booming personality and hilarious stories of how he had to manage crazy people in the past and how he overcame it. Clay and his team from the leadership initiative will be teaching on the power moves of management.

Management, at its core, is all about organization. If you ever want to see results and order, then you are going to need a strong management team. Management isn’t something that just happens but it is intentional. Managers have to hold everyone on your team accountable for getting what needs to be done and making sure that it gets done in the appropriate time. If you currently have people in the place of management and they are unable to hold people accountable and cannot be organized, then you may need to consider getting new management.

If you are in a place of needing new structure in your company or you are wanting to learn how to be a better manager, then you are going to want to attend the Tulsa management training this coming Summer. You can go online to www.claystaires.com to save your spot or call 918-798-0852 to reach a team member from the leadership initiative. Clay and his team are excited to teach you and training you on all the super moves that you need to create and have better management in your company. Don’t keep hoping for change, sign up and make a way for the change to come.

Tulsa Management Training | The Proven Path to Freedom

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Creating time and financial freedom is not as complicated as it seems. To attain both comes a mind shift and a new way of operating and running your every day. The Tulsa management training will be exactly what you need if you are wanting to get the freedom you desire. Clay Staires and his team from the Leadership Initiative will be putting on this legendary event to help you break free into new levels of freedom. To sign up and reserve your spot, you can go to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852. By saving your spot, you will be guaranteeing your spot at the training.

The proven path that Clay and his team will be teaching on will be not revolutionary, but it will be enlightening. They will be teaching the simple principles and best practices on how to shift from being a worker to a business owner. The simple concepts are easily executed with a persistent application on the daily. If you ever desire to be successful, you will have to be dedicated to being consistent is daily tasks. Clay will be teaching on the basics that you can do to your Google business page to rank better so that people can find you when they search and teach you how to best organize your calendar, so you can be more efficient.

Clay has a strong background in teaching on leadership and management. He has been teaching and training over the last decade to people of all different ages on how to be a better manager and leader no matter your position. He will teach on the for E’s when it comes to hiring the right people. The four E’s comes from Jack Welch and the principles that he grew General Electric. These are the baseline and core that the Leadership Initiative lives by when it comes to hiring on a new employee. If you hire a small team of A players, they will be able to run circles around a large team of B and C players. Clay will teach you the tricks of the trade to get the right people in the right place.

The teaching and coaching that will be happening at the Tulsa management training will be top of the line teaching and coaching. Clay is a well-educated, well versed, and hilarious public speaker. If you desire to learn how to gain time and financial freedom while being entertained, then this is the right train for you. Clay is very tactful and funny when it comes to him teaching or getting a point across. You will be learning about diligence and the power of it along with how to make sure that you incorporate fun into everything you and your company do.

If you are eager to learn more about this wonderful training, then you are going to want to go online www.claystaires.com to read more about Clay Staires, his team from the Leadership Initiative, and to watch videos from other real business owners who were positively impacted by this training. You can also call 918-798-0852 to call and talk to a team member from the Leadership Initiative. They will be more than happy to tell you and answer any questions you have about the Tulsa management training happening this summer. Don’t waste any more time thinking, just sign up and come!

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