Presentation on theme: "Disclaimer : I’m always a bit reluctant to send my Keynote presentations because mine are very concise. Most presentation experts agree that the presenter."— Presentation transcript:
Disclaimer : I’m always a bit reluctant to send my Keynote presentations because mine are very concise. Most presentation experts agree that the presenter should keep the text to a minimum, so the audience can listen to what you're saying (not read); and I agree. Otherwise, the presenter may as well pass out a detailed handout and sit down. So there's a good chance you won't be able to tell what the slide means (at least to a full extent) if I'm not there to present it. Some people create their presentations and essentially read from them or summarize what's displayed, but I create mine as a much smaller accompaniment for what I'm saying. That all said, I'd be happy to visit your chapter sometime to present in person. Yours in service, Jeff Nakata
Leading Your Team Saturday, 10.18.14 The Nevada/California ΦΘΚ Regional Board's mission is to improve lives through leadership, service, scholarship, and fellowship and to explore new frontiers for and with others for the betterment of ourselves, our region, and beyond.
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Be the strongest you, so you can help others. Leading Your Team 6-minute Activity To participate, you must: Be open-minded Have the ability of a vivid imagination Close your eyes until the music stops
Thank You for Your Time Jeff Nakata JeffNakata@gmail.com 916.546.8PTK Warren Bennis: “Leaders do not avoid, repress, or deny conflict, but rather see it as an opportunity. Once everyone has come to see it that way, they can exchange their combative posture for a creative stance, because they don’t feel threatened, they feel challenged.” “The leader...is rarely the brightest person in the group. Rather they have extraordinary taste, which makes them more curators than creators. They are appreciators of talent and nurturers of talent, and they have the ability to recognize valuable ideas.” Anne Morriss: “Leadership isn't about you.... It's about making other people better as a result of your presence and making sure that impact lasts in your absence....”