[Author Krister Ungerböck, speaking on large stage]
I had spent my entire life mastering the tools of business leadership, and it worked.
We built this company that grew 3000%. We won 5 top workplace awards, and we created over $100 million dollars in shareholder value.
And despite all of that financial success, I looked in the mirror and saw the leader that I had become.
I was a leader with no followers.
What had I missed?
INTRODUCING THE GROUNDBREAKING LEADERSHIP BOOK
[Testimonial from podcast host, Phil Gerbyshak]
Phil: "I've read 1000 books. I've interviewed 300 people. This book is not like anything else that I've read."
Phil: "NOBODY IS TALKING ABOUT THIS"
As featured in:
Inc, Forbes, Fast Company, Chief Executive, Entrepreneur, NPR, HR.com
Krister: I set out to discover the secret to inspiring followership. I looked beyond the traditional leadership sources and sought out unconventional communication experts.
And it was on this journey that I discovered the Talk SHIFTs.
SIMPLE NEURO-LINGUISTIC TOOLS
BASED UPON 150,000 DATA POINTS
TOOLS THAT CREATE
IN BUSINESS... AND IN LIFE
[Testimonial/interview with 10 time New York Times bestselling author Neil Strauss]
Neil: "You know what, are you willing to bet it all on? That's the way Krister has been with this book."
Neil: "It is a great book filled with AMAZING USEFUL TOOLS."
[Krister delivering virtual keynote to Healthcare CIO Forum]
Krister: And with the Talk SHIFTs, I sought out to connect to seemingly disconnected worlds,
the world of leadership in business and the world of leadership in relationship.
Talk SHIFTs are practical tools, powerful questions and provocative exercises that can break the cycle
[Krister in interview]
And that's why we call them Talk SHIFTs...because anybody can pick up the book.
You could be a leader. You could be a husband, you could be a wife. You could be a father, a mother, a brother, a sister, and you can use these words.
Simple shifts, to shift the tone... whether it's at work or at home.
[Interview with the Dean of Indiana University School of Business]
Krister: And what I realized through this whole journey is that while my heart was in the right place, my words were not.
And when I started to shift my words, it started to shift my behavior.
[Interview with Krister]
While these 2 questions of what makes a great leader in the context of a business ...
and what makes a great leader in the context of a family are very different... what connects those two questions is...
the answer is the same.
[dramatic music, text appears on screen]
DOES YOUR CAREER...
DOES YOUR COMMUNICATION...
... NEED A SHIFT?