Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Ignite Everyone’s Intelligence featuring Curt Garbett

U.S. - San Diego
Wed, Oct 14, 2020, 11:50 AM (MST)

About this event

About this event

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 Curt Garbett

Curt is a Managing Director at FranklinCovey and the internal content expert for Multipliers. Curt is co-author of the book Millennials@Work, executive, speaker, and consultant and has over 20 years of experience inspiring leadership teams to excel beyond their most ambitious expectations. They appreciate his ability to see the big picture and to help them accelerate their business results. Whether he is speaking to hundreds, working with small teams or working one on one with individual executives, Curt has the ability to connect with each individual. They value his straightforward style, his energy, and his humor. Curt is highly skilled in sales effectiveness as well as organizational and leadership development.

Prior to joining FranklinCovey as a Senior Consultant, Curt held a number of executive and management positions. In those assignments, he repeatedly led his organizations to achieve superior results—even during the challenging times inherent in mergers, rapid growth, or restructuring. Curt was Vice President of Client Services with Right Management Consultants, a global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions, where he designed and delivered solutions that align talent strategy with business strategy.

Curt works with clients in a variety of industries including technology, financial, medical, and consulting services. He also works successfully with non-profit organizations as well as a number of governmental agencies. His client list includes organizations such as: Frito-Lay, McDonalds, the U.S. Navy, AT&T, Sun Microsystems, Wells Fargo, PWC, BMW, Abbott Labs and Starbucks.



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