Corporations are Raving About Our Leadership Development Process!

Testimonials for Leaders Ought to Know®

I think the most exciting thing for me is it’s an actual structure to my path. I’ve been looking for something like this in my [leadership development process]… Leaders Ought to Know shows me the way to take knowledge and make it a viable, usable item for the day.

Kevin Moser, Director, Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Baptist Health Madisonville

We are going to have several folks exit the company in the next 10 to 15 years, and the ability for us to transition the right folks into the right position and to make sure the company stays on strategy, means making sure that transfer of information and empowerment is within those young folks. The most important aspect of the program is our ability to follow the program and then follow up with exercises.

Brian Mattingly, Sales Manager
Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC

I think you’re right on the mark of making it convenient for leaders because we’re all so busy. Being able to do it on our own time schedule, in our own office is a plus. I think it’s an exciting initiative as we’re going through change, and I think it’ll be very beneficial for us down the road.

Deborah Moore, Director of Surgery
Baptist Health Madisonville

From a sales perspective, the value of being a good leader is that you have several areas you can influence. From a professional standpoint, you have the opportunity to influence your customer… It’s also great to have leaders who can help their peers and new people, and maybe people who are being challenged. To be someone who can lead by example and lead internally.

Matthew Likens, Division Manager
Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC

Trying to get something that was driven to their desktop was important. I think it’s important to use the technology that’s available right now. Leaders Ought to Know is important because of the sustainability and the fact that there’s that ongoing, week-by-week follow-up. I think it will build team spirit in the short term. The long term goal is that they become better leaders.

David Lang, Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer
Baptist Health Madisonville

One of the things I’ve really enjoyed thus far is how quickly the group is coming together. The initial piece that I see is the ability for it to be really flexible for our sales staff. It’s going to give them the ability to work on it at night or during the day. The technology is very user-friendly, but more importantly, you’ve taken the complex topic of leadership and made it very simple and straightforward.

Bill Smith, Marketing
Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC

Partial Client List

A few of Phillip's clients

  • Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.
  • Baptist Health Madisonville
  • Blue Bell
  • Computer Services, Inc.
  • CSI
  • Diversified Staffing
  • Dwyer Instruments
  • Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC
  • KeyBank
  • KFC
  • Lilly
  • Reebok
  • Subway
  • Syngenta
  • TSC Tractor Supply Company
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Westar Energy

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