How Not-for-Profits Gain Traction: Seven Practices Great Leaders Use
On June 5th, 2019, for the 18th Annual Non-Profit Leadership Summit, Barnes Dennig welcomed Justin Maust to discuss the top practices required to be a great leader. Maust is a certified speaker, trainer and coach for the John Maxwell Team and travels throughout the Midwest helping leadership teams implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS).
The passionate presentation, titled “7 Practices of Great Leaders” was highly interactive and touched on the following key points:
- Improving communication
- Increase focus
- Overcoming mediocrity
- Achieving goals faster
Maust kept the audience engaged by asking thought-provoking questions and having them discuss with others at their tables. The presentation also allowed for audience interaction by asking for everyone’s input on what they thought some of the main issues in the workplace are and how to improve those faults.
You can request access to view the recording of Justin’s seminar and download his workbook and slides here.
About the Speaker:
Justin Maust is a Certified EOS Implementer, serving companies across Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. His home base is in South Bend, Indiana, but he travels anywhere to help leadership teams implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System® [EOS®]. He is also a certified speaker, trainer and coach for the John Maxwell Team. His business, athletics, and youth leadership experience provides him an unique ability to connect with any audience. His personal “hold nothing back” style will challenge you to live life full of passion and stay focused on your mission. Simply put, Justin will energize your organization. His skills, passion, experience and strong network of professional resources will help any team transform their culture to improve team results.
If you have questions about the seminar or need assistance with a nonprofit tax, accounting or audit issue, Barnes Dennig can help. For additional information call us at 513-241-8313 or click here to contact us. We look forward to speaking with you soon.