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Seth Godin wants to know if you're really a leader

Your most valuable marketing tool is your employees.  No doubt about it.  They either deliver your brand promise or contradict every marketing message you put out there.  And if they don't deliver the goods -- guess who owns that?

Right -- you.  You probably spend fewer dollars communicating with them, less time with them and give them less attention.  I've got a way for you to resolve that.

Spend a day together -- learning, talking and listening to some of the brightest minds in business.  John Maxwell, Dave Ramsey, Texas Longhorn's Max Brown, journalist Suzy Welch and many more... including Seth Godin.

And you don't need to leave Des Moines to catch this star-studded ensemble.  The Chick-Fil-A Leadercast is available right here -- on May 6.  (click here for details)  For less than $100 a person -- you can ignite and excite your team.  And you can sharpen your own leadership skills as well.

 

 

Check out this video of Seth describing what leadership is all about.  Here's one of my favorite lines from the video: 

"Leadership is about finding the right people, agreeing on where you want to go, and getting out of the way."

This is one of those times to get out of your own way.  Don't let the nominal cost or the day away from the office keep you from growing your team.  Register today.

Take advantage of this amazing day of learning -- for your team's sake and to better your business.

Note:  This event is being sponsored by Character Counts in Iowa (I'm on the board) and ServiceMaster Green.  

~ Drew

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