- Walk Awhile in My Shoes
- Organizational Behavior
- Leaders who face continued pressure to influence the performance of these same employees toward improving bottom-line results.
- Organization’s most valuable assets – its people
- Identify the personal benefits to be gained through workplace commitment & involvement
- How to hold people accountable for results
Al Lucia, helps organizations and individuals make the connection between value-driven workplace practices and bottom-line results.
Author of eight popular books, he has helped organizations – of all types and sizes – build employee commitment, match actions to values, improve overall performance, and achieve better results.
As America’s Lifeline to The PEOPLE Side of Business, Al stays in constant touch with emerging trends – enabling his clients to learn from, and adopt, “the best of the best” business strategies.
An experienced practitioner, he offers “real world” solutions to today’s most pressing business challenges.
Al’s reputation as a lively, entertaining, and engaging presenter is well-earned. He is a popular and sought-after – enhancing corporate events and association conferences across the country.
“Al’s extensive business background – both as a practitioner – uniquely qualifies him to provide advice, resources, measurement techniques, and practical processes for enhancing individual and organizational success.”
“Great experiences for all who attended. Your presentations were motivating and re-energizing. I continue to hear how much fun the staff had, and how your messages tied with our core values.”
“It was clear you developed a good rapport with our supervisors. Many commented that it was, by far, the best session they had ever been to. I am thrilled!”
Alexander Lucia : Walking the talk is not about achieving perfection. Rather, it’s about building a critical mass of organizational beliefs and behaviors that translate into day-to-day practices. The true test of good intentions such as respect, integrity, commitment, quality, and individual responsibility is not in the words, but in the behaviors.
Alexander Lucia , WALK THE TALK, focus on practical leadership development strategies and are tailored to your organization’s mission, vision, values, and specific business objectives.