Leadership Resources, Tools, & Training

Want to enhance your leadership skills? Looking to create a culture that employees find engaging, inclusive, and inspiring?

Enroll in programs and learning experiences to develop the necessary leadership skills and habits to manage a world-class business, brand, and culture. Our series of tools for your leadership team is available to stimulate their thoughts, teach them habits to more than just a manager, and provide coaching to take them to the next level.

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“We had the pleasure of having SGEi facilitate leadership workshops for Ian Schrager’s PUBLIC Hotels. Their team was dynamic, inspirational, motivating, interactive, and their message to the leadership team set us up for tremendous success.”

Tim Kirkpatrick, director of people and culture, PUBLIC Hotels

Leadership Performance Program

This 12-month training, networking, coaching, and inspiration program is designed to provide your managers with the skills and habits to attract, retain, and engage the right people for your business and ensure a positive company culture.

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Leadership Development

SGEi will design and deliver customized learning experiences on critical leadership skills and habits to elevate your managers’ performance and leadership abilities. We teach them habits to be more than just a manager.

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Executive Retreats

Align your executive with our two-day executive retreat that will define strategy, build teamwork, and elevate individual leadership skills.

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Leadership Coaching

Leadership development is not easy and is specific to the needs of each manager or person. While we are able to provide training on a wide selection of topics and ideas, sometimes a more customized approach is required.

The SGEi Master Coaches have been working with executives, entrepreneurs, and managers for years to develop their leadership and management skills. We define their individual purpose, vision, and values to provide a clear picture of the type of manager and businessperson they aspire to be. In addition, we work to uncover and define a manager’s leadership brand so that they easily explain, focus on, and develop their strengths and talents.

Initially, a person will engage in five sessions every 2-3 weeks. Before any session begins, your leadership coach will survey six people close to you personally and professionally to learn about your strengths, weaknesses, and leadership style. You will complete a self-assessment to allow us a comparison of responses. Utilizing the feedback received, your leadership coach will work with you to develop clarity around your leadership brand, gaps in how you currently lead and manage, and create a plan for you to follow and grow with.

After those five sessions, coaching is available as needed in single sessions or via another five-session package.

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Keynotes

Shane Green is a dynamic speaker that will energize and inspire your managers to be better leaders and more considerate of their leadership responsibilities.

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“[Shane’s] willingness and ability to tailor seminars to your needs, his inspiring presence, and his willingness to challenge an audience will further the success of your event or organization.”

John Kafka, CEO, DocuSpring Inc.

An Ode to the Leader in All of Us by Shane Green

This leadership poem is an excellent reminder of what leaders should do to attract, engage, and retain their best people.

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“Shane Green brings his insights to life in ways that make them accessible and useable. I also appreciate his use of poetry to get the message across in new and different ways. Light, lively, and enlightening.”

John Baldoni, internationally acclaimed leadership educator and author

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“Ideally, we would stop promoting people into management positions purely on their ability to get things done with no regard for how they do with people. Alternatively, companies need to invest more in high-performing staff or new managers and give them a better foundation of those leadership skills that will help them be successful with their people responsibilities.”

–Shane Green