With Speaker, Author, Ultrarunner, and Ironman Triathlete, David Rendall

What is Embrace Your Imperfections?

Do you want more happiness, fulfillment, and energy? Do you want to dramatically increase your productivity and enhance employee performance? Do you want to improve your relationships at work and at home?

Our parents, teachers, and managers have told us that, if we want to succeed, we should identify and fix our weaknesses. However, this is the wrong approach because every weakness is also a strength. Find out how to create outrageous personal and professional success by amplifying flaws, instead of denying them. 

In this class you will: 

  • Increase self-awareness
  • Identify and amplify your unique strengths
  • Improve teamwork
  • Enhance employee engagement  
  • Appreciate individual differences

David has a doctor of management degree in organizational leadership, as well as a graduate degree in psychology. He is the author of four books on leadership and standing out.

During the last fifteen years, David Rendall has spoken to audiences on every inhabited continent. His clients include the US Air Force, Australian Government, and Fortune 50 companies such as Microsoft, AT&T and United Health Group.

Prior to becoming a speaker, he was a leadership professor, the manager of non profit enterprises that employed those with disabilities and has worked as a stand-up comedian. 

Before you go

  • This class will be hosted on Zoom and include breakout rooms where you will be interacting with other participants.
  • Your individual link will be emailed to you after you register.
  • Missed a bit? Don’t worry – an unedited recording of the class will be made available for 48 hours so you can rewatch in your own time.
  • Due to limited seating in each class, all ticket purchases are final.

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A spark is something quite small and, by itself, not very powerful. But a spark has the ability to ignite. An idea is like a spark; alone it is just a set of words, but it too can ignite. A great idea can inspire others to dream bigger. Let us all work together to ignite something greater than ourselves.

Let us all be a Spark of Optimism.