A Warrior’s Path to Building Strong Relationships
By Richard Morris
1:30 – 3:30 PM
Immediately Following the Luncheon Program
Workshop Cost: $89.00
As a coach, you may think you know everything about building strong relationships with your clients, your colleagues and your referral sources. However, there is more for you to know. Join us at this workshop as Richard Morris takes us on a deep dive into the how-to’s of relationships and your coaching practice and business development will benefit.
Richard Morris is a retired police gang intelligence sergeant, a former professional fighter, and is a tenth degree black belt in karate. Richard currently teaches, or has taught, members of the NSA, DEA, CIA, FBI, Secret Service, Navy Seals, Delta Force, and other Special Operations or Special Forces groups, as well as law enforcement officers. He walks the warrior’s path and will share how he was able to develop and keep strong relationships through 46 years of teaching karate, 38 years of police work, and 40 years of marriage. Relationships at home for leaders in the business community can be difficult to manage, due to the work schedules and the immense pressure of leading an organization. The most important part of our brand is in having strong relationships.
At this workshop coaches will:
Learn how the warrior’s mindset is in many ways similar to the business leader’s mindset. This simply means that the same issues need to be addressed for ultimate success when coaching.
Find strategies of keeping and teaching a positive mindset.
Be equipped with the keys to building strong relationships at home and at work.
Discover the power of Relationship Marketing, Selling, and Branding.
CCEUs for this Workshop: 2 CCEUs (1 Core Competency and 1 Resource)