The CCL Speakers Bureau brings top-notch leadership experts directly to you. Combining our latest research with extensive leadership training experience, CCL speakers help prepare you and your organization for success with dynamic and practical perspectives on today's most compelling leadership issues.
Pricing for keynote presentations starts at $10,000. Nonprofit clients may be eligible for a discount.
Boundary Spanning Leadership
Catalyze collaboration, drive innovation, transform organizations—Boundary Spanning Leadership can turn today's limiting borders into tomorrow's limitless frontiers.
Building Resilience in
Times of Change
People today are experiencing extremely high levels of stress in the workplace. As a leader, driving high performance AND fostering sustainable well-being for yourself and your people can be a challenge.
Critical Steps for Successful 360-degree Feedback
360-degree assessments are a valuable source for increasing self-awareness, and they help employees set a clearer path for development. Successful implementation is key.
The Competitive Advantage
Engaged employees are vital to an organization's long-term success. But how do you cultivate an engaged workforce?
If ethical behavior is indispensable for long-term success, why is it that highly admired, value-driven leaders go astray?
Influence plays a role in many complex situations, so developing this crucial competency will make you a better leader.
Future Trends in
The work environment is changing, and the challenges facing today's leaders are growing more complex. To succeed, your organization needs insight into the future of leadership training.
Society demands that organizations create globally responsible cultures. Yet moving in this direction is not easy: it requires new strategies, mindsets and ways of leading.
Innovation Leadership: Creating New solutions
Driving organizational growth and implementing solutions require a culture that nurtures creative thinking and innovation. To achieve this, focus on "what's next," not "what's working now."
By applying the mental models used by elite athletes, leaders can positively and purposefully enhance performance.
Mentoring is a fundamental leadership skill. Good mentors are good leaders because they practice the value of understanding others.
The current view of change is the same across many organizations: employees see it as inevitable and constant. And not surprisingly, people often resist it.
Leading with the
Brain in Mind
The powerful intersection of neuroscience and leadership has profound implications for leaders. Explore how to learn and lead with enhanced energy and creativity.
Leveraging Experience to Develop Leadership Talent
Learning from experience is the number one way leaders develop. Learn to harness this power for effective development.
Positive Group Dynamics: The Key to Effective Teams
Interpersonal needs and preferences have a direct effect on our behavior. And our behavior impacts our ability to work successfully with others.
Five specific factors can lead you down the path towards career derailment. Managing these factors is crucial for future career success.
Conflict is inevitable. It can be destructive or constructive. Developing your resolution skills will help you better manage competitive and collaborative conflicts.
How different are the generations, really? Is this just a big misunderstanding, or are they real? Leveraging these similarities and differences can make you a more effective leader.
Building Bench Strength
Ask executives about the most critical challenge facing their organizations, and they will say talent. Succession management is crucial - the question is, "Does it happen by default or design?"
The Art of
Empowerment begins with trust. The "trust variable" determines the degree to which you can and should empower others.
Connections give leaders an edge. And not having the right networks can derail your success. Effectively building, maintaining, and leveraging networks is critical for all leaders.
The Survival Guide for the First-time Manager
Understand the struggles first-time managers have and help them overcome the challenges relevant to their new leadership role.
With Eyes Wide Shut:
Seeing Change Differently
By understanding ourselves as mutual minorities, we can build new paradigms that fit this century of globalization.
In today's busy world, we all struggle to manage time and energy. And we have more options in how we work, when we work and where we work.