Main Stage Speaker to Explore How to Move Staff to Greatness, Build Effective Habits and Become a Heroic Leader
“A hero is an extraordinary person who chooses not to be ordinary,” says Kevin Brown, motivational speaker and author.
Brown will share his inspiring presentation titled The Hero Effect™ with the group of passionate security professionals gathered at ESX on Wednesday, June 5 at the Indiana Convention Center. His message is designed to help individuals and organizations achieve greater results by eliminating ordinary thinking and mastering the habit of excellence.
Brown’s session explores how to motivate staff without casting blame, how to remain focused on creating the best possible outcome and how to develop attitudes that lead to success.
“The Hero Effect is about a strategy for showing up every single day and helping people with no strings attached … It’s about taking 100 percent responsibility for your attitude, your actions and your results every single time,” says Brown.
This ESX Main Stage presentation – sponsored by the Electronic Security Association and endorsed by SDM Magazine – is open to everyone in attendance at the expo. The universal appeal and applicability of the lessons in Brown’s session will ensure that every attendee leaves better prepared to reach new heights at work and home by practicing the habits of heroes.
A longtime business expert, Brown retired from a 30-year career in franchise development in 2017 to take his message around the world, equipping leaders and companies to make a difference. His presentations have inspired clients across industries, including the likes of Delta Airlines, State Farm, Northwestern Mutual, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Rockwell Collins.
His session at ESX will reveal the key qualities of heroes that set them apart and inspire the people around them, so attendees can apply these habits to achieve personal and organizational excellence.
ESX registration is open, with discounted early-bird rates active until April 20. Visit ESXweb.com to learn more and register.