LEADERSHIP
“It is defined as the ART
of
INFLUENCING, MOTIVA
TING and
EMPOWERING a
certain GROUP of
people (followers) to
Charismatic
Leaders “A certain quality of an individual
personality, by virtue of which he or
she is set apart from ordin...
Denis Shackel
Professor, Management Communications
Education
•BA, Canterbury
•MA, First Class Hons. - Canterbury
•PhD, Psy...
Selected Publications
 "Five Seconds at a Time… How Leaders Can
Make the Impossible Possible". Published by
Harper-Collin...
Something about….
 Mission
 “Our mission is to “Unlock Talents” of
employees, build stronger and more effective
teams, a...
What this COMPANY does
????
 A Shackel Associates experience is
delivered through a series of high
impact client workshop...
Workshops are tailored to focus on several key
areas for organizations, listed below:
 Delivering high impact presentatio...
• When a tragic mountain-climbing accident left business
professor Denis Shackel stranded on Mount Ruapehu in New
Zealand,...
WHY DENIS SHACKEL ????
 He learnt lessons of leadership through the
harsh circumstances he faced in life.
 His organizat...
“Challenge yourself, Push your
boundaries, Motivate, Influence, and
Persuade, Assess yourself, Refresh your
attitude” Shac...
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  1. 1. LEADERSHIP “It is defined as the ART of INFLUENCING, MOTIVA TING and EMPOWERING a certain GROUP of people (followers) to
  2. 2. Charismatic Leaders “A certain quality of an individual personality, by virtue of which he or she is set apart from ordinary people and treated as endowed with specific powers”  KEY CHARACTERISTICS:  Vision  Personal Risk  Sensitivity to followers’ needs  Unconventional Behavior
  3. 3. Denis Shackel Professor, Management Communications Education •BA, Canterbury •MA, First Class Hons. - Canterbury •PhD, Psychology - O.I.S.E., Toronto ACHIEVEMENTS: 1. honored as the Professor of the Year (2000) when he retired from O.I.S.E. and moved to London. 2. similarly honored when he received the highest U.W.O. Teaching Award following his first year teaching at Richard Ivey School of Business and the same award again in 2010 3. being selected as "Leader In Faculty Teaching" [LIFT] by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities in July 2007.
  4. 4. Selected Publications  "Five Seconds at a Time… How Leaders Can Make the Impossible Possible". Published by Harper-Collins, 2010.  "Five Seconds at a Time", Zippy Print, 2002  "Leadership Lessons Learned Five Seconds At A Time: A Mountain-Top Experience" [proposed] Harvard Business Review  "Nonverbal Communication", University of Toronto Press, 1980  "Integrity as a Determinant of Leader Effectiveness" (proposed, Prentice Hall).
  5. 5. Something about….  Mission  “Our mission is to “Unlock Talents” of employees, build stronger and more effective teams, and enhance leadership capabilities within organizations.”  Vision  “Our vision is an environment where leadership and communications skills are organizational habits. We believe employees can succeed at all levels when given proper training and tools.”  Guiding Principles & Values  “Service excellence; integrity; respect; balance.“
  6. 6. What this COMPANY does ????  A Shackel Associates experience is delivered through a series of high impact client workshops that are designed to push participants through their comfort zones in unlocking talents and reaching potential.  Expect to be challenged. You’ll be surprised how quickly you can improve your skills in the quest for excellence.
  7. 7. Workshops are tailored to focus on several key areas for organizations, listed below:  Delivering high impact presentations  Developing executive leadership skills  Unlocking creativity and innovation in the workplace  Creating and maintaining high performance teams  Improving morale, motivation and productivity  Resolving conflict  Becoming a more effective change agent  Overcoming fear, utilizing stress  Leading with integrity… managing through trust  Unlocking the interconnectedness of
  8. 8. • When a tragic mountain-climbing accident left business professor Denis Shackel stranded on Mount Ruapehu in New Zealand, he turned to the leaderships principles that he’d been teaching for years to survive the longest night of his life. • Alone, with temperatures plunging to -30 degrees Celsius, Shackel first broke the night into five thousand five- second intervals. • He decided to deal with only one interval at a time — a strategy based on his knowledge that effective leaders break big challenges into smaller, more manageable ones. Then, stepping back to see the bigger picture, he relied on vision, intuition, and faith to keep him alive. • Shackel emerged from this harrowing experience having cemented his belief that the principles fundamental to leadership are also key to tackling any challenge. • Since his mountain-top experience, Shackel has been helping students, executives and corporations use the proven “five seconds at a time” approach for success in business and in life.
  9. 9. WHY DENIS SHACKEL ????  He learnt lessons of leadership through the harsh circumstances he faced in life.  His organization is the Largest in the world when we talk about TEACHING LEADERSHIP to the Corporate World.  He himself was a well known professor and could have been successful in that profession but he chose to make a difference instead, while others merely make a living these days.  His organization teaches Leadership without using a single sheet of paper, i.e. all
  10. 10. “Challenge yourself, Push your boundaries, Motivate, Influence, and Persuade, Assess yourself, Refresh your attitude” Shackel Associates THANK YOU

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