Marigold Consulting to Offer Webinar on Leadership Lessons from Reality TV Shows
11/12/2013

Webinar participants will discover how the behind-the-scenes truths of reality television programs translate into seven valuable leadership lessons.

Online PR News – 12-November-2013 – Atlanta, GA – Marigold Consulting is sponsoring an interactive webinar for business professionals focusing on the seven leadership lessons that can be gleaned from reality television shows on Friday, December 6 at 2:00 p.m. EST.

Participants will learn about the interesting truths of the reality television industry. Through exploring examples of current and past reality programs, participants will discover leadership lessons in the following areas: change, conflict, coordination, compartmentalization, competence, communication, and consistency. Participants will receive three practical points as takeaways from each lesson to consider as they successfully lead their teams. The webinar will also include discussions of real world examples of an individual, company, or institution that illustrate each leadership lesson.

Registration for the seminar is open through December 4. Interested persons can take advantage of the discounted early bird registration fee of $50 through November 28. Late registration is available between November 29 and December 4 for a fee of $75. The registration fee includes materials and handouts. Participants will also receive access to the video recording of the session after the webinar concludes.

Interested persons should visit www.marigoldconsulting.com/LeadershipLessonsWebinar for information on registration, payment methods, and the session agenda.

Marigold Consulting offers snooze-proof training to individuals in all settings who want to bloom out of proportion personally and professionally. Marigold partners with session attendees to foster a comfortable and productive learning environment in which extraordinary ideas are birthed, practical solutions to everyday challenges are discovered, and raucous laughter is encouraged.