Steve Farber has shaken up and re-defined what it means
to be a leader of substance, significance and success.
The construction industry plays a key role in the global economy. Ultimately, to succeed in today’s rapidly evolving construction landscape, an organization requires two forms of capital: hard skills and soft skills.
Hard skills involve “doing the job,” and begin with education and training. They serve as the financial capital aspects of the business of construction. On the other hand, soft skills are all about human capital. They involve the recognition of emotional intelligence, understanding the generational differences in a workforce, and communication that drives long-lasting results for a construction organization.
For construction organizations, teaching managers and employees both soft and hard skills may seem impossible at times. Now, construction industry leadership speaker, Steve Farber, is available to help your organization do just that.
Farber is a globally acclaimed construction industry leadership speaker who preaches a mission of Extreme Leadership to drive success across all levels of an organization. He also is the author of three bestselling leadership books:
Farber offers many presentations that teach construction organizations how to take their everyday operations to the next level. Therefore, all members of your organization can enjoy a superb leadership presentation from Farber, one that managers and employees won’t soon forget.
“Talking about Love, Energy, Audacity, and Proof (LEAP) draws an undeniable connection between soft skills and hard skills. It makes a strong business case for the relationship between service and the bottom line. It does so with leadership that models behaviors that adhere to the mantra – do what you love in the service of people who love what you do. LEAP is the framework to evolve, even revolutionize human capital development.”
Steve Farber will spend some time learning about your construction organization, its team, and its goals. By doing so, he’ll develop a custom leadership presentation that provides instant and long-lasting value for audience members. The presentation also ensures entry-level employees and C-suite executives alike can receive actionable leadership insights that they can use to transform your organization’s culture.
Farber’s presentations focus on a number of key leadership topics, including:
Extreme Leadership has been shown to be a difference-maker for construction organizations of all sizes. With Farber’s Extreme Leadership presentation, you can teach your managers and employees how to become Extreme Leaders who can make the world a better place.
Oftentimes, it is easy to feel helpless to improve your organization, particularly if you fill a minor role at a major construction organization. But did you know that you can drive meaningful enhancements in your organization, regardless of your title or position? That’s right, and Steve Farber’s Greater Than Yourself presentation will teach audience members how to do so.
Farber’s Greater Than Yourself presentation focuses on a three-step process that you can use to establish a new standard of leadership in your construction organization:
Farber’s Radical Accountability presentation often serves as a great option for frontline employees and mixed-level groups. The presentation highlights how anyone can become a difference-maker in their organization by taking accountability, doing something significant, and enlisting others to help.
When was the last time a construction project failed to go exactly as planned? Unfortunately, this may happen more frequently that you’d like, which means you may deploy backup plans to account for possible hiccups along the way.
But have you ever considered what it would be like to operate without a safety net? It may scare you to work without the security of a backup plan. In Farber’s Working Without a Net presentation, however, you can find out what it means to embrace your Fear and work without a net.
This presentation is distinct because Farber himself will deliver the presentation without a net of his own. In lieu of a traditional presentation style, here’s how Farber’s Working Without a Net presentation works:
Finding the right motivational speaker for your construction organization can be difficult. Lucky for you, there’s Steve Farber, an experienced construction industry speaker who has delivered hundreds of presentations to organizations big and small.
Listed as one of Inc’s global Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts, Steve Farber is a Leadership Pioneer, Strategist, Keynote Speaker and Bestselling Author on Extreme Leadership. His expertise is in creating organizational cultures where leadership is not just an opportunity and obligation for those in authority, but for everyone at all levels.
Former Vice President of the Tom Peters Company, Steve is the President of Extreme Leadership, Inc, and the founder of The Extreme Leadership Institute, organizations devoted to the cultivation and development of Extreme Leaders around the world.
His accessible, deeply inspirational, and eminently practical Radical LEAP framework is widely used across the business, non-profit and education spectrum. Farber has been credited with redefining leadership in deeply personal yet practical terms and re-energizing thousands of people to make a significant difference in their businesses, lives, and the world around them.
His third book, Greater Than Yourself, was a Wall Street Journal® and USA Today® bestseller. His second book, The Radical Edge, was hailed as “a playbook for harnessing the power of the human spirit.” And his first book, The Radical Leap, is already considered a classic in the leadership field. It received Fast Company magazine’s Readers’ Choice Award and was recently named one of the 100 Best Business Books of All Time.
Organizations hire Steve to:
Steve has worked with Johns Hopkins, Cisco, Intel, TriNet, Hyatt and hundreds of other organizations large and small. He has spoken to or worked with virtually every industry there is–from the tech sector to financial services, manufacturing, health care, hospitality, entertainment, public education, retail, and government.