CHURCHILL for LEADERS

Applying His Leadership Strategies for Success

Larry Kryske
Commander, U.S. Navy (Ret.)

Leadership Expert
Churchill Authority

CHURCHILL for LEADERS

Applying His Leadership Strategies for Success

Larry Kryske
Commander, U.S. Navy (Ret.)

Leadership Expert
Churchill Authority

“The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.”  Winston S. Churchill

It’s time to move CHURCHILL
from history books
to the boardroom and classroom!

A jaunty V for victory, defiant speeches, and an ever-present cigar—these are the trademarks by which most people recognize Winston Churchill. Still others see a towering leader and a life full of extraordinary achievements. Both views are valid. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was a twentieth-century Renaissance man—a statesman and warrior, an administrator and historian, an orator and journalist, a landscape oil painter and novelist, and even a bricklayer.

Few realize that Churchill’s road to greatness was neither straight nor smooth. He had to wage a constant battle with defeats, doubts, and despair. By employing three critical factors, he turned adversity into advantage. With them he achieved impressive accomplishments. And by using them, he forged a productive and successful life.

Because of his valiant leadership, Churchill became one of the twentieth century’s greatest leaders, brilliant strategists, and respected statesmen. During his nation’s darkest hour, he never gave in!

Commander Kryske takes the mystery out of Churchill’s proven leadership methods. His newest book, CHURCHILL Without Blood, Sweat, or Tears, provides a roadmap of Churchill’s best leadership practices. His presentation, Churchill for Leaders, will give your leaders the tools to become even more successful.

More FOCUS

More COURAGE

More SUCCESS

Winston Churchill painted his life on a grand canvas. The colors on his gifted palette included: exuberance and resolution, optimism and boldness, congeniality and tenacity, and decisiveness and flexibility, as well as resilience and magnanimity.

The main objective is to present “applied Churchill.” Practical, timely insights about Churchill’s leadership strategies will enable people to use them without delay! These best practices for leadership helped Churchill lead his nation to victory and can likewise guide you to success.

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Peter Lapp, Vice President & General Manager, Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, said, “My managers, supervisors, leadmen, and production workers have all been very enthusiastic about your leadership, teamwork, and productivity programs that were dynamic, timely, content-filled, and entertaining. You helped my people to see things from a new perspective that makes them even more valuable to Rolls-Royce.”

John-Edward Alley, Partner, Ford & Harrison, LLP, said, “I most highly recommend Larry to clients and others who are looking for a powerful motivational speaker. He speaks about creating your finest hour, derived from his extensive study of the life and leadership of Winston Churchill. Larry has distilled Churchill’s greatness into a strategy for success that applies to people today. I have thoroughly enjoyed his presentations each time that I heard them even though I know what is coming. Larry is inspiring, challenging, and engaging.”

Ben Boerner, CAE, Executive Director, Texas Grain & Feed Association, said, “Larry, you gave a thought-provoking presentation at our convention on the leadership of Winston Churchill; I still remember the three points that offer a lesson so valuable today for us in this business! I recommend your work highly.”

Warren Hebert, RN, CHCE, CAE, Executive Director, HomeCare Association of Louisiana, said, “We had an extraordinary speaker at our annual meeting. Larry Kryske has studied Winston Churchill for decades. I was looking for something different in a keynote with 9/11 still fresh on everyone’s mind. Larry’s CREATING YOUR FINEST HOUR involves an hour-long presentation about applying Winston Churchill’s leadership style and formula for success. Larry shows how Churchill’s leadership approach can be applied in our organizations today. Larry got rave reviews from the attendees.”

Winston Churchill recognized the importance of taking action. During the Second World War, he placed small red labels with the words “Action This Day” on the instructions and decision papers he sent to his staff. This helped create a sense of urgency that what the staff was doing was vitally important to the war effort. We, too, must have a sense of urgency. Each day we must take some specific, measurable, time-dependent, compelling actions to achieve our goals.

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