Amanda Gore Leadership Video Series

  • Great Leadership Isn’t A Skill You Pick Up Overnight

    The day you stop learning is the day you stop leading. Whether you’re just starting out in a new leadership position or you’re a seasoned veteran, there’s always something new to learn, a different direction to grow, or a more experienced mentor to follow. Check out this series of short videos from leadership and communication expert Amanda Gore for some insight and inspiration to help guide you along your path to great leadership.

    Amanda Gore is an award-winning professional speaker, author, and workplace performance and communication expert. Her high-energy, entertaining, and informative presentation style has delighted audiences around the world. For more information about Amanda, visit AmandaGore.com.

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  • The Most Important Thing In Life

    How do you feel about yourself? What influences in your daily life affect those feelings? According to workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, those questions are at the center of our universe – which is why the way we feel about ourselves often has the power to influence every part of our lives.

    Check out this short video featuring Amanda Gore as she dives into what she believes to be the most important thing in life – how you feel about yoursel

  • A Leader’s Job

    What is the key to being a great leader? It’s not an easy question to answer. While definitions of leadership may vary, the one thing all leaders have in common is their responsibility to the people they lead.

    According to workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, people are 80% emotional and 20% rational. Check out this short video for some insight into what that means and how it can help guide leadership development.

  • Changing Behaviors

    Behaviors can be changed – as long as the person wants to change. As a leader, encouraging growth and development in your employees is a major part of the job. And that often involves discovering the roots of our behaviors.

    According to workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, fears drive our behaviors, but in order to make a lasting change in behavior you have to dig past the fear and discover the need that is driving it. Check out this short video to hear Amanda explain how to most effectively change behaviors.

  • Helping Your People Be Their Best

    As a leader, your emotions play a major role in the type of work environment you create for your employees. If you constantly feel stressed and overworked, it will be reflected in your leadership. And a stress-filled environment is not conducive to innovation and creativity.

    According to workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, there is a formula you can follow to create a positive and productive workplace. Check out this short video to hear Amanda explain how great leaders need to look inward to help their people be their best.

  • Helping Your People Believe In Themselves

    Great leaders have a gift for making the people they lead believe in their own abilities. And it’s one of the most important keys to building a workforce of dedicated, productive employees who strive for success.

    According to workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, belief in your own abilities is a better predictor of success than skill level. Check out this short video to hear Amanda explain how the most powerful way to make your employees believe in themselves is to show that you believe in them.

  • 12 Secrets To Creating A Joyful Workplace

    Check out this short video to hear workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, share her 12 secrets to creating a joyful workplace. By incorporating these elements into your workplace, you’re creating an environment that inspires everyone to be their best.

  • The Power Of Ta Da

    How do you know when your employees are actually engaged in their work? And, more importantly, what can you, as a leader, do to help them stay engaged?

    According to workplace performance and communication expert, Amanda Gore, if you want employees who are “in love with their jobs,” it’s up to you to put forth the effort to build an environment where they feel valued. Check out this short video to hear Amanda explain “the power of ta-da,” and how it can help any leader build a more engaged workforce.