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Thu Sep 12 2013 at 04:30 am EDT
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Sunday Feb 3, 2013
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Larry Mohl
Career Development
Recorded: Feb 19, 2013 at 09:00 am EDT
Inspiration. When you hear the word what do you think? Can you think of someone who has inspired you? How did it feel? What did it make you want to do? Is becoming a more inspirational leader something you can learn? Will it matter? It turns out that inspiration is far from fluff. In fact, groundbreaking research by Performance Inspired, Inc. has uncovered the 7 Drivers of Inspiration. This emerging science has led to the finding that inspiration is not only the spark that motivates the desire to act. Inspiration is, in fact, a set of well-defined, learn-able behaviors that when practiced, leads to higher levels of employee engagement and performance. In this LearnItLive session you will discover: What research says about the drivers and impact of inspiration The specific leadership behaviors that lead to higher levels of inspiration Areas of personal inspiration focus Exercises that will help you put your learning into practice
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Larry Mohl is the CEO of Jamstir, Inc. and a founding principal of Performance Inspired, Inc. Larry started his career as an engineer in communications systems research, product development, and engineering management at Motorola, Inc. He became an early leader in corporate social networking by pioneering “Communities of Practice” as the head of Knowledge Management at Motorola University. After helping to re-vitalize Motorola’s Personal Communications Sector as the head of leadership, learning, and performance, Larry served as the Chief Learning Officer for The American Express Company and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. In these roles he led innovative company-wide efforts in leadership development, learning, and talent management. Larry is the co-author of the Wall Street Journal best selling book “Networking is Dead: Making Connections that Matter”. He has been featured as the cover story in Chief Learning Officer Magazine and has appeared in Training Magazine, Talent Management Magazine, CIO Magazine, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He is a sought after speaker and frequent expert panelist on a broad array of organizational topics. Larry holds three international patents and is an award winning professional musician and composer. His innovative work to use music as a tool in business helps corporations inspire higher levels of engagement, commitment, and brand advocacy.
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