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Roundtable: The Leadership Spotlight

Professional Resource Enhancement logoThe performance of any business is directly related to the quality of it’s leadership. If a business wants a higher level of performance from it’s employees, then focusing on the quality of their leadership is the best place to start.

The most inspirational leaders that ever existed were not born as leaders. They honed their leadership skills over time by developing behaviors that, at their core, all outstanding leaders have in common. Whether it is a first time supervisor, a new manager or a CEO, everyone can benefit from PRE’s Leadership Spotlight presentation.

The Leadership Spotlight seminar focuses on the characteristics and behaviors that make someone an inspirational leader. The kind of leader who generates respect and seems to always have motivated followers. The kind of leader who, just by their nature, gets more out of their people. In these economic times, aren’t we all challenged by having to get more productivity out of less employees or more accomplished with less money to spend on the people who we rely on to get the job done? We will be discussing:

  • Any time someone becomes a leader they accept that they are “in the spotlight” at all times. It’s in moments of decision that the “lights are turned out” and your actions will determine your destiny as a leader. We’ll discuss how to best prepare yourself for the Leadership Spotlight.
  • The key difference between “Management” and “Leadership” and how knowing the difference can positively effect the impact you have on your employees
  • We’ll focus on creating a solid foundation for the Leadership Relationship and give you pearls you can remember next week … next month and next year that can positively impact all of the relationships you currently have and or will have in the future.


Beth Brown

For Beth Brown, a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications with minors in Business and Marketing from Ohio University was the springboard to a lifetime of developing strong relationships. Her ventures took her from commercial real estate in Dallas, to hotel sales in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and then on to pharmaceutical sales in Denver with Pfizer.  Every stop along the way, developing and maintaining solid relationships has been one of the keys to Beth’s success … no matter what the industry.

In 1998 she and Richard started PRE with the goal of allowing small to medium size businesses in the resort industry have access to the same professional quality sales and leadership training that their larger competitors had. Over the years they have expanded their reach by adding consulting for coaches/athletes as well as educators/students to their core offering. 

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Richard Brown

After graduating from Oregon State University as the USMC Honor Graduate from the NROTC program in 1974, Richard served as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps. The Corps was responsible for laying the foundation for Rick’s passion for leadership. 

In 1979, he began what turned out to be 30-year career with Pfizer Inc. Four years later, he was the youngest person ever promoted to the position of District Sales Manager within Pfizer.  In 2001, Richard returned to the field to apply his experience to one of the most challenging types of leadership... leading peers.  He has been a driving force behind “The Masters”, an in-house program at Pfizer designed to develop mentors among senior members of their sales force.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 7:30 am – 9:00 am



6160 S. Syracuse Way
Training Room on Level B2
Greenwood Village, CO  80111

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  • Members: $10
  • Non-Members: $25


Deadline: 11/17/2009
Maximum Attendees: 35