Interactive Seminars

Offered by Scott Holman

Unleash the Leader Within: Become the Master of Your Show

The Process of Mastery

Scott’s signature teaching protocol

As a business leader and personal development expert with 20+ years of experience in Fortune 500 sales, Scott Holman understands what it takes to master a challenge.

Through his experiences (and failures!), Scott has identified the requirements for building a successful life–both in business and at home. His mission is to help driven business leaders and aspiring professionals to become the leaders they are meant to be.

He does this through his signature teaching protocol, The Process of Mastery.

The Process is composed of 3 elements:

Learning

Consuming information in an intentional way.

Understanding

Processing what we’ve learned by putting it into action.

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Teaching

Sharing our knowledge with others.

Topics

Scott doesn’t believe in “just” speaking to people to educate them. He believes that using his Process of Mastery fills a major gap in the learning process of many people–taking learned knowledge from theoretical to practical through actionable steps.

Over the years, Scott has narrowed his focus of expertise to 13 major topics, inspired by Ben Franklin’s famous 13 Virtues.

Scott believes that these 13 leadership domains are the foundation of cultivating leadership abilities and building a successful life.

1. Personal Growth and Mastery

Learning Objective: To understand the principle of personal improvement and how it is necessary for continued growth and opens doors for advancement in life. The audience will learn the Process of Mastery that can be applied to any learning objective.

Additional Outcomes:

• Overcome fear of potential failure and embrace it as a catalyst to learning.
• Experience an increase in perception of worth, from both self and others.
• Learn to break the barrier of discomfort, attaining new levels of learning and experience.

2. Clarity, Mindset, & Habit Change

Learning Objective: To clear the haze from one’s life and to be able to see one’s purpose and leadership capability. Students become fully aware of their natural strengths and behaviors, as well as their strength gaps, to effectively define improvement goals.

Additional Outcomes:

• Learn to collaborate with others for greater gain.
• Clearly define goals and missions with better understanding of how to achieve those targets.
• Understand the power of belief and how programming the mind with proper thoughts leads to

3. Productivity & Focus

Learning Objective: Students will learn skills to move from goal setting to goal achievement. They will understand the framework of setting a realistic plan and recognize the impact of the systems and processes of every successful endeavor.

Additional Outcomes:

• Learn to set objectives that are likely to be attained, gaining confidence through success.
• Understand the principle of compounding gains in its relationship to personal development.
• Learn tactics to stay focused on the objective, minimizing distractions and staying the course to success in life and career.

4. Relational Networking & Influence

Learning Objective: Audience will learn the reality that we are all designed for relationships with others. It is through relationships that we find meaning, fulfilment and ultimately success. Audience will leave with the understanding of the types of relationships they should focus on, and how to effectively network and connect with others for personal and business gain.

Additional Outcomes:

• How to set effective boundaries in work and home life.
• How to minimize the influence of those who harbor negative attitudes and who do not deserve a place in our lives while selecting mentors that move us to higher planes.
• Understand the power of influence that we hold over others, and the power they hold over us.

5. The Success Factor

Learning Objective: Audience will learn the success formula, E+R = O (Environment + Response = Outcome Desired. Audience will also learn how to differentiate between the people and events we do control vs. those we do not control. Focusing on the latter only leads to anxiety, frustration, and anger. Audience will learn how to identify and embrace the mindset of extreme ownership (personal responsibility).

Additional Outcomes:

• Learn to look at elements in one’s control by asking productive questions that lead self and others to action.
• Understand that slowing down to think allows one the appropriate mental space to solve problems at their root cause.
• Reduce stress, feel in control, and be noticed by senior leaders through embracing responsibility.

6. Qualities of a Leader

“Everything rises and falls on leadership.” – John Maxwell

Learning Objective: Audience will be asked to consider the question, “What makes a great leader?”. They will be guided through an exploration of great leadership minds throughout history. They will explore the qualities and principles of great leadership, and will be challenged to assess their own characters and principles they are demonstrating toward others.

Additional Outcomes:

  • Understand how reaching mastery in a subject area allows the individual the chance to positively impact others around them.
  • Be equipped with the theoretical qualities and actionable practices of successful leadership.
  • Gain knowledge of the relational soft-skills required for influential leadership.
7. Relational Leadership

Learning Objective: Audience will understand that success or failure of a plan, team, or organization depends on effective leadership. Looking deeper, the audience will learn the truth that effective leadership depends on relationships. The role of the leader is to bring together diverse individual performers who each play a specific role that creates an experience customers want to take part in, return to, and tell others about. To achieve this, the leader must master how they connect and influence others.

Additional Outcomes:

• Learn methods that help the individual connect with their teams, creating a sense of community and dedication to a greater cause.
• Understand that all people have value, and the leader’s primary job is to highlight this value.
• Be equipped to empower others so they take ownership of their role as if it were their own company.

8. Effective Communication

Learning Objective: Audience will learn the effect of our childhood environment on our communication skills as adults. Not all positive communication skills are naturally learned. Some must be intentionally cultivated. Audience will learn how to connect with anyone, create likeability, ask thought provoking questions, listen, understand, overcome conflict, and collaborate.

Additional Outcomes:

  • Learn how to listen effectively in order to overcome conflict and problem solve effectively with others.
  • Discover that connecting with others is foundational for communication success.
  • Understand that the breakdown of any relationship can be traced to communication issues.
9. Coaching & Empowerment

Learning Objective: Audience will learn the importance of coaching and that the sign of great leadership is always having a team member ready and able to fill the gap when one opens up. Even the greatest performers use coaches to hone their skills and maximize their potential. Audience will understand how to use coaching tools to build a scalable team for the future.

Additional Outcomes:

  • Understand that a great coach identifies and maximizes the individual strengths of each player, putting them in the best role of “the game” to succeed.
  • Experience with the art of getting the most out of each player, by teaching, facilitating practice, and refining skills continually.
  • Learn to trust and equip employees to play their position without doing it for them.
10. Sales & Persuasion

Learning Objectives: Audience will learn the essentials of selling. We are selling all day, every day, even if we’re not facing a customer. Audience will understand that the art of persuasion, like communication, is a learned skill set. At the end of the session, the audience will have the tools, tactics, and resources to effectively persuade others, resulting in better outcomes of personal and professional goals.

Additional Outcomes:

• Understand that leaders must be able to persuade customers and gain support from their team and leaders to be successful.
• Grasp that without the ability to sell, the leader’s success potential will be very limited.
• Master the ability to train and maintain a culture of sales influence that increases revenues and team engagement

11. Public Speaking

Learning Objectives: Data shows that most people fear public speaking more than death. But at some point, great leaders must be able to stand in front of a group and present a compelling message. The audience will learn how to shift their public speaking mindset from one of fear to excitement (sneak peek – the mind doesn’t know the difference!). Scott will discuss the role of planning and preparation in reducing performance anxiety and will teach the audience how to produce a speaking outline that is engaging and compelling.

Additional Outcomes:

• Learn to connect with the audience through story, stage presence, body language, tone and positive attitude.
• Prepared with the skills to create an engaging presentation that audiences will want to hear.
• Equipped with confidence to share a presentation with audiences of various sizes.

12. Team Collaboration

Learning Objectives: We raise children up seeking to be the BEST (#1) at their chosen pursuit. This behavior follows individuals into professional spaces. But the competitive nature of the workplace often creates a culture of individual efforts, rather than a culture of teamwork. In this session, the audience will learn how to build and retain effective teams. Audience will learn to plan and execute better meetings that result in a positive team culture with low turnover.

Additional Outcomes:

• Audience will be challenged to give up the idea of being the BEST individual performer in favor of working with others for greater impact.
•. Understand how to embrace diversity and value team members for greater collaboration and culture among the organization.
• Learn HOW to lead individuals on a collaborative and unified mission for the greater good.

13. Leading Crisis & Change

Learning Objectives: Audience will learn that change is inevitable, yet often resisted. We can reshape our perspective to view change not as a crisis, but as opportunity. Leaders must be ready to pivot quickly in the face of change in order to face the changing demands of a business. The audience will learn to recognize the impending nature of change and will be equipped with tools to handle it quickly.

Additional Outcomes:

• Learn that organizational growth and transition will always keep leaders uncomfortable and discomfort is a sign of growth.
• Understand how to reframe challenges so leaders are prepared to identify and run to new opportunities..
• Grasp the importance of filling a leadership pipeline that can develop leaders quickly in order to scale as new opportunities reveal themselves.

Your Instructor

About Scott Holmon

Scott Holman (MBA, Certified DISC Behavioral Consultant) is one of the world’s top up-and-coming leadership exerpets. Scott is the author of Stop Clowning Around, a comprehensive soft skills handbook for aspiring leaders. He is also a highly sought after John Maxwell Team-Certified Public Speaker and Coach. Through years of self-directed learning (along with plenty of mistakes!)

Scott has identified the requirements for building a successful life–both in business and at home. His mission is to help driven business leaders and aspiring professionals to become the leaders they are meant to be.

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