Leadership Is a Lifestyle, Not a Plan.

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(Newswire.net — February 10, 2016) Parker, CO — A company culture is not created through paperwork, it is created by example.  If you want to have a corporate culture that encourages collaboration and respect for all members of the company, then as the CEO you must embody those qualities.  Demonstrating everyday what you want your company culture to look like.

As an employee, no matter what level, it is frustrating and disempowering to tell them to respect their employees if they do not feel respected by you. If you are not embodying what you would like to see in your company culture…is it because you don’t have the right team? Or does the culture not reflect appropriate behavior for your industry?  

Hugh Ballou spent 40 years as an orchestra conductor and has taken lessons from coordinating 100+ person orchestras and brought them to the business world with huge success.  He literally had hundreds of people working in harmony and synchronicity.  His specialty is helping Not-for-Profits but  has also found the same results in For-Profit businesses.  

As an entrepreneur or business owner, regardless of the size of your enterprise, your leadership skills set the tone for your relationships with your partners, customers, vendors and everyone you come in contact with in your business.  

You will learn valuable skills from Hugh that you can bring back to running your business and being  an effective leader.

Hugh Ballou will be speaking at the Purple Ginger II in the DTC at 6:00pm – 9:00pm on Tuesday, February 23, 2016. Limited seating is available. Please RSVP to reserve your seat today!

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