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Honeywell Center to host leadership seminar

LEADER:The program will feature Jones Loflin presenting “How to Lead When There’s Too Much To Do.”

Staff Report

The Honeywell Foundation and Grow Wabash County will host a leadership development program on Tuesday, Oct. 15 in Legacy Hall at the Honeywell Center, according to a Friday press release.

The program will feature Jones Loflin presenting “How to Lead When There’s Too Much To Do.” Check-in and breakfast begins at 8 a.m., with the presentation from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Registration is $75 per person or $55 per person for groups of 10 or more.

Loflin has made it his life’s work to deliver powerful ideas and practical solutions to individuals and organizations struggling with too much to do. His books are described as “illuminating” and his presentations as “unforgettable.” In his 25 years as an author and speaker, he has helped countless people regain confidence in their ability to achieve greater success in work and life.

Loflin’s innovative solutions on leadership, change, and time management has attracted the attention of organizations around the world. His client list includes Federal Express, Choice Hotels, Toyota, Raymond James Financial, and State Farm as well as the United States military. His international clients include Saudi Aramco, Gillette and Aramark Canada.

Looking for ways to expand the reach of his message, Loflin chose to become an author. Always Growing offers fresh strategies to lead, whether you have been leading for two days or two decades. “Juggling Elephants” is a witty and profound parable about one man’s search for a better way to get everything done. The book is available in the US and over 14 countries. He is also the author of Getting The Blue Ribbon, a unique story offering simple strategies to get better results. Getting to It is considered a field guide to accomplishing what is most important.

Before becoming an internationally recognized speaker, Loflin was an educator. His past work includes serving as the “Trainer of Trainers” for the best-selling book, “Who Moved My Cheese?” He is also a co-active coach, focusing on the areas of leadership, change, and time management with his clients. He is a member of the National Speaker’s Association as well as the Association for Talent Development.

Registration is available by calling the Honeywell Box Office at 260-563-1102, or online at www.honeywellcenter.org/jones-loflin. The registration fee includes breakfast, a presentation by Loflin, and a copy of his latest book, “Always Growing.”