News & Press Releases
In a recent Forbes publication, Jacquelyn Smith references Bell Leadership in her article “10 Reasons Why Humor is a Success at Work.” To learn more about using humor effectively, as well as other advanced communication techniques, join Dr. Bell at the upcoming Advanced Communication seminar in Chapel Hill, NC.
Bill Sanford recently conducted a three-day Achievers I seminar at Ply Gem, a leader in exterior building products, in Cary, NC. Participants learned key leadership principles; received feedback on their leadership strengths and weaknesses; and discovered practical methods for building themselves and their people to better serve their customers and to live more balanced, fulfilling, and contributory lives.
On Wednesday, May 15 North Carolina residents can watch a classic Bookwatch program featuring Jerry Bell author of “The Carolina Way: Leadership Lessons from a Life in Coaching.” The episode will air at 11:30 a.m on UNC-MX, a digital cable system channel (Time Warner #172 or #4.4).
Chapel Hill, NC – April 10, 2013 – While leadership training is often one of the first items to be cut when companies experience budget shortfalls, Bell Leadership Institute, a recognized leader in executive education and development, is witnessing a different trend altogether. In the aftermath of the economic downturn, Bell’s Achievers I seminar, an intensive, face-to-face, three-day program which requires participants to undergo a rigorous 360⁰ feedback process on their personal leadership effectiveness, has experienced a steady climb in enrollment – a 50% increase since 2009. In fact, the company had to expand and retool its website to
Bill Sanford recently conducted a two-day seminar on Bell Leadership’s Job Design process for nearly 40 leaders of Heartland Dental Care in St. Louis, MO. The Job Design process was developed by Dr. Gerald D. Bell as a way to help leaders identify the most important things to work on; to develop specific, measurable, well thought-out goals and plans; and to do so in a way that promotes teamwork, collaboration, cross-functional communication, and accountability. It also provides a solid basis for performance reviews and performance management. The Job Design process is also taught in Bell Leadership’s Selecting Achievers and Leader’s