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December 21, 2018
11:00AM - 1:00PM ET


January 08, 2019
5:00PM - 7:00PM ET


January 22, 2019
4:00PM - 6:00PM ET



Course Description

How relevant is your leadership team for today, tomorrow, and 10 years from now? Has the perfect storm affected your business as well as the timing of your retirement? Has it disrupted the momentum and caused those whom you believed to be your next generation of leaders to hesitate or even abandon that role? This course will cover the keys to building a solid business for tomorrow starting today. Topics covered include how to engage the next generation, how to identify new leaders, questions to ask to make sure you can pass the reins, and more.


Ed Robinson, CPA, CSP

Ed Robinson, CPA, CSP, is a highly recognized international speaker, business-growth coach, and author. A “recovering CPA” with an engaging personality, Ed has a wealth of experience and is a proven leader. His audiences leave with a renewed commitment to professionalism and success.

President and CEO of Robinson Performance Group with over 30 years’ experience in professional service organizations, Ed provides unique growth strategies and leadership consulting to businesses. Many of his clients experience a dramatic increase in revenue production by applying his ideas and teachings.

Ed is a certified professional speaker (CSP), a designation of the International Federation of Professional Speakers. Only 10% of its members have earned this prestigious designation. Having spoken in over 25 countries, Ed is sought after globally for his speaking, coaching, and rainmaking techniques.

Course Specifics

Apr 15, 2017

Compliance Information

Qualifies for CA Fraud: No

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • List the 4 key characteristics of a leader
  • Cite the 5 core competencies of leaders
  • Identify what motivates and demotivates the leadership in people
  • List the various types of leaders
  • Cite key attributes of a mentoring program
  • Describe how to implement a mentoring plan

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