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Enabling You to Become Unassailable

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To be unassailable is to be in a position of tremendous strength that cannot be defeated. Through his speaking programs, Mark equips organizations, leaders, and teams with the tools they need to transform their companies into Unassailable Organizations that thrive in volatile times.

“The feedback on your keynote was outstanding! It was a wonderfully different approach that really helped to foster connection among participants from the start and set the stage for engagement throughout the rest of the conference!”

Natalie Trent, MI CUPA-HR

The Unassailable Organization: Why Some Organizations and Teams Thrive in Volatile Times, and Others Don’t

For any leader hoping to build a legacy of lasting success despite volatility and uncertainty, the first step is to solve the right problem. It’s not retention, lack of engagement, burnout, workforce issues, or generational differences.

Lasting success requires building an organization that embraces forward change together instead of its people, teams, and departments constantly moving in separate directions.

Achieving this level of collaboration and unity is very hard. It is also necessary and a reality you can achieve.

Join author and keynote speaker Mark Kenny as he reveals the secrets to building an unassailable organization that lifts the organization and every person to new heights.

In this presentation, you will:

  • Examine the 5 foundational pillars to building an unassailable
    organization
  • Identify the mindset shift that every leader must embrace before
    their organization can become unassailable
  • Construct the next steps for your organization to become
    unassailable

The Unassailable Team: How to Navigate Volatility Together

Fatigue. Burnout. Disengagement. Isolation. These are all problems many teams struggle with in the face of today’s volatile workplace environment. And, when not resolved, these issues will spread, eroding trust, team cohesion, identity, and intentional engagement.

For a team to become unassailable, it must re-create a culture of genuine teamwork and collaboration by going back to the pillars of what it means to be a healthy team in the first place.

Join author and keynote speaker Mark Kenny as he reveals what great teams are doing today that other teams are not, enabling you to navigate volatility and build an unassailable team that lifts every team member.

In this presentation, you will:

  • Examine the 3 pillars to building an unassailable team
  • Identify the simple steps that every team can and must take right now
  • Recognize how team engagement is everyone’s responsibility
  • Construct the next steps for your team to become unassailable

The Unassailable Leader: How to Lead Through Volatility Together

Now more than ever, organizations are desperate for effective leaders who can navigate today’s volatile work environment—Leaders who engage their teams, making each team member feel like they are part of something meaningful and bigger than themselves.

While leading in this new era of collaboration and teams is challenging, it is not only possible, it is required. So how do some leaders get the organization to embrace forward change together while other leaders can’t seem to make the shift?

Join author and keynote speaker Mark Kenny as he reveals why some leaders build great organizations, departments, and teams while others consistently struggle. Learn how you can become an unassailable leader that brings your entire organization together.

In this presentation, you will:

  • Examine the 3 key skills to becoming an unassailable leader
  • Identify the mindset shift that every leader must embrace before they can become unassailable
  • Analyze what is motivating you as a leader and how that impacts your ability to become unassailable
  • Construct the next steps for you to become an unassailable leader
The interactive format kept everyone engaged and opened up the opportunity for a new dialog at the hospital about how we need to lead our teams differently.
Scott Buchanan | Williamson Medical Center