- The Art of Execution
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- Sustaining Urgency, Focus, and Momentum
Management | Leadership | Strategic Planning
Laurence Haughton is a best selling author, a researcher, an inspiring speaker, and a management consultant specializing in strategic execution who can improve the leadership at every level of an organization.
Mr. Haughton authored It's Not What You Say ... It's What You Do--How Following Through at Every Level Can Make or Break Your Company. That book quickly became a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and New York Times bestseller and was translated in 26 countries around the world. He co- authored It's Not the Big that Eat the Small ... It's the FAST that Eat the Slow with Jason Jennings. He led the research for Hit the Ground Running--A Manual for New Leaders, the newest book by Jason Jennings.
Laurence Haughton's keynote speeches address the practical questions that keep executives and managers awake at night--how to hit the ground running, how to overcome any resistance to change, and how to sustain urgency, focus, and momentum despite trying times and tough conditions.
But what makes Laurence Haughton unique is that he tells great stories that make it easy for everyone to get the point.
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- It's Not What You Say...It's What You Do--How Following Through at Every Level Can Make or Break Your Company
It's Not the Big that Eat the Small...It's the FAST that Eat the Slow--How to Use Speed as a Competitive Tool in Business
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