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Tom Crea (Zoom).jpg
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania
Servant Leadership Creating a Culture for Winning Teams Relate & Communicate: Building Bridges & Connecting with Others

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My Expertise

Retired Army officer. (Leadership) Values based; (Communication) interpersonal skills that focus on developing others and building relationships; and (Teamwork) getting everyone to hitch his or her horse to the wagon and pull in the same direction.

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What I like to talk about

Servant Leadership: Creating a Culture for Winning Teams

People choose to join clubs or organizations for a reason.  They want to spend their time where they can live their values.

Values are like magnets:

  • They are what a company markets to attract like-minded people… recruiting.

When you live your values:

  • You create a unique culture and retain your best people… retention.

People choose to join clubs or organizations for a reason.  They want to spend their time where they can live their values.

Values are like magnets:

  • They are what a company markets to attract like-minded people… recruiting.

When you live your values:

  • You create a unique culture and retain your best people… retention.

“People are our most important resource” cannot be cliché.

Managers who set the example and live the values that brought everyone together are guiding lights. There is a difference between managing and leading, and reasons why servant leaders accomplish more.

 

Relate & Communicate: Building Bridges & Connecting with Others

Excellent interpersonal communication skills are the most powerful skills you can possess.

— What if you knew how others preferred to communicate and you could connect with anyone?

When you recognize that people prefer to communicate differently, you can learn to identify their style and begin connecting like never before.

During this session we explore the four communication styles. You’ll use my tip sheets and learn to read 19 different signals that indicate the styles of others. With this understanding, you’ll answer two basic questions and learn to identify communication styles. The more you practice, the better you’ll get at identifying, relating, and communicating more effectively.

Leaders will: 

  1. Recognize each of four communication styles
  2. Determine your communication style
  3. Compare and contrast communication styles

My Background

Tom is retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with M.S. & M.A degrees who operated at the highest levels in our military. A former Blackhawk helicopter pilot, he was hand selected to run the ROTC officers leadership development program at two colleges, his team transformed college students into Army Leaders. 

Tom is a strong and engaging speaker with vast experience and insight in working with all levels of military, civilian, and contract staff.

Over the years, Tom has directed his skills to the private sector turning diverse, often conflicted staff into focused, mission oriented team members.

His frontline and “in the trenches” experience in the military, information technology, and higher education enable him to keep audiences on the edge of their seats while they master the simple principles of the Blackhawk leadership way.

Tom is the author of “Unleash Your Values: How to Lead and Succeed in Business Today… A Helicopter Pilot’s Spin on Developing the Leader in You

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