Leading isn’t all cotton candy and lollipops! Most of the time, we’re handed a project without the resources needed to get the job done. It can be stressful, it can be taxing and it can keep us from enjoying what (should be) a good day. If you want to lead others, you have to lead yourself first. We are no good to our teams if we’re not running at our optimum and are weighed down by all the stress that gets thrown at us. This fun program shares the 7 habits that resilient leaders consistently do to lead themselves first, get past the crap and create environments where they and their teams flourish.
Your leaders will leave this program with tools they can implement immediately to reduce their stress, connect better with their teams and bounce back when life kicks them in the backside.
About the Speaker Chip Lutz
Chip Lutz is a leader who’s been there, done that, and has the uniform to prove it! A retired Naval Officer, under his command as Commanding Officer of two different Naval facilities, both his teams received national recognition for setting new standards of service while maintaining high morale and high retention among team members. He also knows about meeting critical objectives during stressful conditions – having served as the Director of Security for Naval District Washington, DC during September 11th, 2001 – where he was responsible for the safety and security of 25 thousand people on 9 different Naval installations in the National Capital Region. Currently, Chip is the President of Unconventional Leadership and also the Past President of the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor and the Wisconsin Chapter of the National Speaker’s Association. Chip has also earned the Certified Speaking Professional Designation from the National Speaker’s Association.
He is the husband to the fair maiden Gwen, father of 4, visiting professor, author, friend to his dog Oliver – does dishes, cooks, does laundry…but hates to fold whites.
Lieutenant Commander Chip Lutz, United States Navy – Retired.