When you build “Relational Equity,” you build Success
The key to Human Capital is Relational Equity. No Employees + No customers = No business! As companies grow, it can often become difficult for individuals to stay connected. People in every type of business need to understand the importance of building strong and meaningful relationships. Employees in every position from top to bottom should know, understand, and feel how valuable they are to the team. Customers must know how much they are appreciated. Part of the organizational culture must be community, this happens when you make it a point to invest in the professional relationships you have.
How? Intentional Engagement.
When you build Relational Equity, you build Success.
If You Don’t, It Won’t!
Most people don’t leave their job because of the work; they leave because of how they are treated by their bosses and co-workers. Too many lives are being wasted. Too many companies are not reaching maximum potential. Through unforgettable stories and time-tested values, Jeremy Kingsley calls us to find the true meaning and benefits of serving each other. Replacing sarcasm with encouragement, replacing gossip with support, replacing grudges with forgiveness. You will be inspired and challenged to live with compassion, understanding, and to treat people in a way that will change you and the people around you. It all starts with you, and remember if you don’t – it won’t.
You have to SCORE to win. The Leader’s Advantage
Why are so many leaders failing and falling? Where have all the great leaders gone? What were the secrets that magnificent leaders of the past knew? These are questions Jeremy Kingsley will help you answer through this powerful presentation by using the acronym SCORE – Sacrifice, Character, Opportunity, Respect, Excellence. Through compelling historical stories and inspiring truth, you will be challenged to view your position and your life with a new perspective. This presentation will not only make a difference in your life but also in the lives of all those you have the privilege to touch.
Inspired People Produce Results
Inspired People Produce Results is a fast-paced collection of “how to” success principles for business and community leaders based on a single, vital premise: your success as a leader hinges on your ability to inspire. You will be energized and empowered. Jeremy highlights essential principles such as patience, loyalty, personal attention, integrity, and offers specific advice on how to inspire a team of employees from any generation.
Passion and Purpose
Passion – Passion drives us. Passion is important because it intensifies focus, enables innovation and creativity, motivates us to pursue excellence, energizes colleagues, helps us deal with fear, and keeps us contributing even when we’re not at our best. Purpose – Your ability to establish a clear purpose for yourself and others each day will make the difference between colleagues who are hanging on until the weekend and employees who can’t wait for Monday morning. If you can discover and communicate the greater meaning behind the work of your team, you’ll be on the path to enhanced production.
Jeremy Kingsley is a best-selling author, leadership expert, and one of the most sought after speakers in the country. Since 1996 he has spoken to over 500,000 people at live events and given over 2000 keynote speeches. You may have seen Jeremy on television or online this year. He has been featured in/on CNBC, CBS, FOX, FOX BUSINESS, FORBES, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES, WALL STREET BUSINESS and many more large media outlets. He has endorsements from Fortune 500 companies like YUM and Whirlpool. Leadership expert Ken Blanchard has said, “Jeremy Kingsley drives home principles that all leaders need to know and apply.” His messages have reached millions through radio, television, and the internet.
Jeremy is the author of four books, his latest titled Inspired People Produce Results (Published by McGraw-Hill).
He is a master storyteller and connects with audiences through the perfect blend of humor, content, inspiration, and relevant principles to help each individual. He believes that inspired people produce results and that people can change, grow, and fulfill their personal and professional goals.
His early years were spent in the frigid winters of Wisconsin and his teen years in the politically charged environment of Washington, DC. In both places Jeremy learned a lot about character, integrity, and passion. After playing three years on the varsity basketball team in high school, he scored over 1000 points and was named Conference Most Valuable Player his senior year. Jeremy has the heart of an athlete and understands the importance of commitment, determination, and purpose. He then went on to college and graduate-school, Jeremy holds bachelors and masters degrees from Columbia International University.
Jeremy and his wife Dawn, live in Columbia, South Carolina with their sons, Jaden and Dylan.