Winning the Business Race for Learning & Development
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Meeting Room Details:
The Ivey Academy - Donald K. Johnson Centre https://www.ivey.uwo.ca/discover/campuses/donald-k-johnson-centre/
The human factor in business is so important. People need to be extremely motivated to keep winning at higher and higher levels. They need a growth mindset, constantly striving to be better today than they were yesterday.
The WIN Thinking Program creates a sense of urgency and avoids the complacency cycle. Being the best is very, very hard. You need a hunger to win, to improve and a willingness to do whatever it takes. The WIN Thinking Program ignites this mindset.
Speaker Biography - Jeff MacInnis
With camera in hand and the heart of a world-class athlete, Jeff MacInnis directs two of the most powerful business programs in the world. WIN Thinking and its juggernaut sister, The Business Race Program, are racing corporate clients to a combined $40 billion in total revenue.
MacInnis is acclaimed as a former member of the Canadian National Ski Team and a world adventurer, who led the first team to ever sail the Northwest Passage. But he shifts attention to his clients: “To see the excitement, focus and results we are helping our clients achieve is truly inspiring. They are lifting their businesses by millions of dollars. I am thrilled at how these concepts and tools are enabling people to race their lives forward, both professionally and personally.”
Jeff has directed more than 2,000 programs in 22 countries, including working with more than half of the Fortune 500. Let yours be next – whether you are a non-profit group like a nurse’s association, a retailer, or a corporation. Many of his current clients create their own WIN Walls back at their office to project their goals, then launch them together.
In an age of softening economy and often negative vibes, WIN Thinking remains defiant as a dynamic, practical innovation, enhancing a team’s ability to create and work together to take them beyond simple survival. Attend one of his presentations and you’ll see employees high-fiving, turning yellow post-it notes into ledgers of beautiful ideas, soaking in transferrable adrenaline, with a youthful passion. . .as Jeff, a professional photographer, captures everybody’s picture. Indeed, he takes on the aura of a movie director. The displayed pictures reveal action and faces of hope, confidence, and the realization that people don’t fail – they quit.