Leadership Takes Courage is one of the main mantras of professional speaker and leadership trainer Randy Frazier. In this clip, he shares how courage runs in his family.

Three Kinds of Courage 06-20-14

THREE KINDS OF COURAGE:
How to LISTEN, LEARN & LEAD

Project CENTRL ~ Center for Rural Leadership 2014
First Seminar ~ Class XXIII (136 Participants) ~ Half-day Leadership Seminar/Workshop
Friday, June 20, 2014 ~ Contact: Karen Vanderheyden
San Marcos Resort ~ Chandler, Arizona

As rated on a scale from 1 to 5:

Quality and quantity of info:
4.86 = 97.3%

Manner in which presented:
4.73 = 94.7%

Relevance of subject:
4.93=98.7%

Degree expectations were met:
4.93 = 98.7%

By way of evaluation, participants were encouraged to finish the following open-ended sentence : “I would say this program . . .” (All responses have been included.)

“. . . absolutely fantastic in all areas.” “. . . was one of the best leadership classes I have attended.” “. . . the foundation for a successful business, family and personal life!” “. . . was extremely helpful” “. . . outside the box, inspiring and so awesome.” “. . . was a great experience” “. . . inspired me to smile with my whole face =)” “. . . was exceptional” “. . . was eye-opening & inspiring!” “. . . Outstanding!” “. . . was encouraging and motivational”

Training aspects you felt were most helpful:

> Internal change. Start with yourself > seven step process > Training to improve, LUCK exercise, Time to Test ABCD > group listening exercise, personal stories >All examples > listening, remembering names >Courage > the listening portion really hit home for me. > Identification of weaknesses and journal to record daily goals > goal setting though it is scary, eye contact, communication >written goals > group activity >

Training aspects you felt were least helpful:

> I really felt it was all useful, motivating and moving > I can’t think of anything! > I have no least helpful > none >N/A > Content, Context, Containers – least explained but probably useful > writing down blanks in the book >everything was valuable > all were helpful. (first night- less on external) > I enjoyed it all! > None

The Leadership 06-20-14

THE LEADERSHIP
Some things we could learn from Butterflies, Buzzards and Bees

Project CENTRL ~ Center for Rural Leadership 2013
Closing Seminar ` Class XXIII (13 Participants) ~ Approx. 3-1/2 hours
Friday, June 20, 2014 ~ Contact: Karen Vanderheyden
San Marcos Resort ~ Chandler, Arizona

As rated on a scale from 1 to 5:

Quality and quantity of info:
4.60 = 92.0%

Manner in which presented:
4.70 = 94.0%

Relevance of subject:
4.70 = 94.0%

Degree expectations were met:
4.80 = 96.0%

By way of evaluation, participants were encouraged to finish the following open-ended sentence : “I would say this program . . .” (All responses have been included.)

“. . . was inspirational” “. . . encouraged us to keep striving- there is more to accomplish” “. . . was better the second time. Great session after the year.” “. . . He’s very entertaining & motivating!”

Training aspects you felt were most helpful:

> adjust our vision > Butterflies, Buzzards & Bees > That all leaders are underequipped at the start > The power of perception > Marshmallow challenge

Training aspects you felt were least helpful:

N/A

Over the Fence

Nothing brings a crowd to its feet like a home run! Most home runs are hit by a relatively small number of players. Have you ever noticed how many similarities there are between baseball and life? Baseball is our Great American Pastime because it delivers an exciting blend of stress and strategy. Just Imagine the […]

Over the Fence

The Power to Choose

There are times when a short but powerful message can make a difference. Baccalaureate and graduations ceremonies are two times when the message is usually forgotten before the ceremony ends; but that’s not the case with this speech.  This presentation has been specifically designed for occasions where anything over 15 or 20 minutes is a […]

Power to Choose

What I’ve Learned from 9000 Years of Farming

Get the “Skinny” on Farming This is a funny, touching tribute to the profession that essentially feeds every nation on Earth.  Anthropologists estimate that crop cultivation began about 7,000 BC.  That means agriculture has been feeding the world, (and worrying farmers), for at least 9,000 years! If you want to get the “real skinny” on […]

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You Can Keep the Change 06-05-14

THE TADPOLE PRINCIPLE

Arkansas Department of Human Services ~ Division of Aging & Adult Services
Thursday, June 5, 2014 ~ Keynote/Seminar on “Change”
Employees transferring to LTSS – “Transition Kickoff” ~ One-hour
Approximately 110 participants ~ Primary Contact: Krista Hughes, Director

As rated on a scale from 1 to 5:

Quality and quantity of info:
4.68 = 93.6%

Manner in which presented:
4.72 = 94.4%

Relevance of subject:
4.64=92.8%

Degree expectations were met:
4.68 = 93.6%

By way of evaluation, participants were encouraged to finish the following open-ended sentence : “I would say this program . . .” (All responses have been included.)

“. . . has really changed my way of thinking about change.” “. . . was very informative with a human touch” “. . . was eye-opening & touched my heart” “. . . was informative” “. . . Good” “. . . was very encouraging” “. . . helped me understand exactly what DAAS does” “. . . was fun and informative” “. . . was good” “. . . has made a positive impact on my life. It brought me back to where I need to be!” “. . . was positive and helpful.” “. . . excellent” “. . . confirmed many things for me” “. . . was just what I needed” “. . . has confirmed what I have always believed” “. . . made me less fearful of the upcoming changes. I now feel hopeful for that future.” “. . . reminded me that we are to be true to self.” “. . . was very informative & fun/entertaining.” “. . . was very good” “. . . was great!” “. . . was very helpful” “. . . provided more information” “. . . the speaker was outstanding! Yeah!” “. . . was beneficial and fun” “. . . Made a change!”

Training aspects you felt were most helpful:

The compass illustration > the humor helped me relate to the info presented > Speaker > Concept > Embracing change > Speaker > Lecture > Information > License >Inspiring! > Randy Frazier > It was very useful > The quality of information that I’ll use in the transition > All of it > Parables – very memorable > Loved the Speaker > 5 reactions to change – Very Motivational!! > Randy Frazier > guest speaker – great presentation > The compass reminding us of Character > learning that we have a support team > Keynote Speaker > Randy Frazier . > I loved it all. thanks so much. > Mr. Frazier’s presentation > examples & stories provided > I liked all of it > family stories > Getting to know Directors > Mr. Frazier > True North

Training aspects you felt were least helpful:

> I enjoyed all the training > ? > Stories > none > NONE > * where do I get a tape worm egg = ) > 30 min. lunch > nothing > 30 min. lunch > all information was useful. > Don’t change anything. It was great! > charts . > All helpful > It was all helpful! > Everything was great! > ancient Chinese curse – May you live in interesting times; later curse – Welcome to interesting times.

Quotes on Leadership and Courage

“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.” – Mary Anne Radmacher “The brave may not live forever, but the cautious dont live at all.” – Ashley L “One man with courage makes a majority.” – Andrew Jackson “Never say never, […]

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