Why do some leaders drain intelligence while others amplify it? We have all experienced two dramatically different types of leaders: The first drain intelligence and capability from the people around them. The second makes light bulbs go off over people’s heads—ideas flow and problems get solved. Join our chapters to learn how to harness the power of multipliers in leaders to ignite intelligence.
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The BYU Management Society Phoenix, Denver, and San Diego Chapters are excited to co-host and invite you to this Virtual Webinar with this dynamic event!
Why do some leaders drain intelligence while others amplify it?
We have all experienced two dramatically different types of leaders: The first drain intelligence, energy, and capability from the people around them. The second makes light bulbs go off over people’s heads—ideas flow and problems get solved.
Leader 1: The Diminisher
A leader who squashes innovation, energy, and ideas by thinking they are the smartest person in the room. They feel the need to put their mark on everything. These types of leaders extract less than 50% of their team’s intelligence.
Leader 2: The Multiplier
A leader who grows intelligence by engaging and amplifying it. They don’t need the credit, and they don’t need to be the smartest in the room. These type of leaders extract 2x the team’s intelligence than that of a diminisher.
Join us to learn how to access and use the untapped capabilities of multipliers and their teams to maximize results.
About Les Kaschner
Les Kaschner is a Senior Consultant at FranklinCovey. Les loves the great clients, amazing content, and caring culture at FranklinCovey, and has been working with the company for 14 years. Before starting at FranklinCovey, he spent 30 years in different organizations with leadership roles in operations, sales, and corporate leadership. He has been able to work in the private and public sectors, as well in a private, nonprofit environment.
He has an undergraduate degree in communication and a master’s in counseling—he went to school to learn how to master talking and listening. All of Les’ awards are in a box in his garage. His children and grandchildren are his greatest rewards.