Invite Rubi Ho to Speak
Rubi Ho is a compelling motivational speaker. From his childhood survival of the fall of Saigon to his determination to succeed in his newly adopted, and not always welcoming, culture, Rubi mixes his own experiences with extensive knowledge of leadership behavior and achieving one’s highest potential. A potential list of topics follows.
Striving to Become Your Highest Self™
Achieving one’s maximum potential simply means taking a candid 360- degree look at ourselves and identifying where we can be better.
The Importance of Productive & Positive Relationships
Lack of good working relationships creates bottlenecks. Expertise doesn’t matter if people are avoiding working with you.
Becoming Your Own CEO
Titles do not make a leader. How one behaves, empowers and engages determines a leader’s effectiveness and legacy.
Becoming “Behaviorally” Accountable
Great leaders separate themselves by a single criterion – their positive behaviors and discipline to become behaviorally accountable for their actions and words.
Communication Competence: Do you have it?
There are only 4 primary leadership styles. Optimum communication begins with understanding one another’s style & motivations.
Closing the Deal on Outcomes and Deliverables
No more excuses. At the end of the day, it’s about your performance and ability to close the deal.
The Importance of Organizational Health
What is organizational health? Why is it so important? If you don’t know, you should. The lifeblood of your company depends on it.
Confronting Your Leadership Elephants
Great leadership does not happen by accident. It is purposeful. It takes discipline. It’s hard and it hurts.
Strategic & Organizational Leadership
It’s not where you start, but how you approach the journey. Learn how passion, motivation and talent can drive success.
The Three Critical Areas of Performance
Everyone knows one area of performance. Do you know the other two? They are what separate the great from the average.
Why is Accountability So Hard?
People know what they need to do. There is no shortage of knowledge. However, executing and “owning” are another story.