The window is wide open to succeed in times when everyone else is giving up. That is the message that has America’s largest corporations calling on best-selling author Fawn Germer for help.
Fawn Germer shows how to create opportunity, build leadership and combat the tidal wave of negativity out there when the ranks are beleaguered, worried and hopeless. She’s positive that attitude and determination will determine who wins and who loses in the midst of this big mess. In her new book, Finding the UP in the Downturn, Fawn lays out a specific course of action that will revitalize morale and boost the bottom line.
All of the greatest leaders of our times emerged in times of adversity, and this is our moment to stand up and lead. Germer shows how with her new keynotes:
- Finding the UP in the Downturn
- If You’re Going Through Hell, Keep Going
- Stand Up and Lead
- Turn Off the Autopilot and Hyperperform
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Fawn’s speaking has been a mainstay of top companies and organizations because of the real-world insights and strategies gleaned from her interviews with the nation’s most accomplished leaders.
Fawn says that, iIf you think it’s just hard work and excellent performance that puts you on the fast track, you’re wrong.
Two years ago, Fawn went to the nation’s most powerful corporate leaders to ask what it takes to take charge. She was told this: Performance is mandatory. But, it is only one piece of what Fawn has identified as a three-pronged strategy that has been used to achieve stratospheric success.
Fawn’s new keynote presentations are feature breakthrough insights gleaned from her personal interviews with the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies – as well as the senior leaders who are positioned to take charge next.
From those interviews, the four-time Pulitzer-nominated journalist distilled success and leadership strategies that no other speaker can offer. Only Fawn Germer has gone to the CEOs, company presidents, CFOs, COOs, EVPs, and SVPs who have broken the barriers. They told her exactly how they did it: what worked, and what didn’t.
Oprah told the world that Fawn’s writing is “very inspiring,” and it is. Fawn is also one of the most entertaining speakers on the circuit today. After a recent keynote, Coca-Cola President Sandy Douglas asked her, “Have you thought of doing standup?”
She brings together her inspiration and humor in new presentations that show:
1. Networking is working. Relationships drive careers.
2. Success often comes when you dare to do something you know nothing about.
3. The path to the senior office is usually not a straight line up. It may involve lateral or even downward moves to expand expertise.
4. You create your next job promotion by volunteering for additional duties, then overdelivering results.
5. There is a specific “language” of leadership unique to women.
6. This generation of leaders can’t waste time on perfection in a marketplace that moves faster than you can line up your ducks.
Fawn’s interviews resulted in the 200 core rules for leadership and career success. Those rules are the cornerstones of a series of keynote presentations.
Fawn works with organizations that want more courageous and creative performance from their people. She does this by using the success and leadership strategies from the more than 200 world famous leaders she interviewed for her best-selling books. This popular international speaker has inspired hundreds of thousands of people to boldly charge forward by fortifying their risks, embracing their obstacles and building the networks that create success. She has keynoted leadership events for major corporations and international associations including: Kraft, Ford Motor Co., Coca Cola, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline, Motorola, Moen, Boeing, Capital One, the American Banker’s Association, Network of Executive Women — even the Central Intelligence Agency.
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