SIX SPEAKING/TRAINING PROGRAMS OF JOHN MICHAEL MAGNESS:
7 PILOT SECRETS TO SUCCEED IN THE BUSINESS WORLD
Based on his book PILOT VISION and Other Pilot Secrets to
Succeed in the Business World, author/speaker John Michael Magness takes you on
the ride of your life, to a new level of thought and performance. Learn to
think, act and lead with the skill, daring and confidence of a highly trained
THE HOVER PRINCIPLE
Discover the secret to maintaining balance in life amidst a
changing world. Based on aerodynamic principles and modified to apply to the
principles of successful living, John Michael Magness shows you that attaining
balance is not magic. To fly may be heavenly, but to hover is devine.
BEFORE TAKING FLIGHT, PREFLIGHT YOUR TEAM
Before beginning any flight, the successful pilot thoroughly
checks the condition of the aircraft. The pilot-leader uses a checklist to
assess the status of his or her team, again leaving nothing to chance. Discover
the checklist to make your team successful.
LIFE AND FLIGHT TRAINING--THE KEYS TO SUCCESS
What separates great pilots from average pilots is not just
flying skills, but also the quality of their pre-mission planning. In today's
world, pilot-leaders need to spend less time in the "cockpit" and
increasingly more time out of it looking ahead to anticipate future challenges.
Find out how to anticipate obstacles and trends and deal with them.
INTERNET...BUSINESS TOOL OR TIMEWASTER?
Tired of hearing all the hype about the Internet and not
knowing what is real and what is frenzy driven? As a "pilot-leader"
you need to have the latest technology tools available. John Michael Magness
brings the Internet to you by answering one single question: Is the Internet
worth the investment of your time and money? The answer may surprise you!
COMMUNICATING YOUR VISION
Never fly with a pilot who has laryngitis! Similarly, if you
are going to lead your team as a pilot-leader, you need to be able to
communicate to them effectively. How you communicate with them is often as
important as the content of your message. Are you coming in "loud and
clear" or "weak and unreadable"? Find out how to communicate
your vision so it can be heard and understood.