Leadership Languages: Unlock New Ways To Motivate Your Team
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Leadership Languages: Understanding What Motivates Your Team

In today's competitive workplace, organizations are prioritizing attracting and retaining great team members. But delivering one-size-fits-all leadership styles and recognition programs are leaving employees feeling unseen and unheard. As a result, organizations are experiencing an increase in turnover and employees that only want to do the bare minimum to fulfill their job duties.

If this sounds familiar, it may be time to add leadership language to your professional tool kit! In this webinar, we will help you understand the importance of leadership languages and how to use them to motivate your team members.

Learning Objectives

Review the different types of leadership and motivation languages.

Discover new recognition methods that will motivate team members to give their best.

Consider personalized programs to recognize those on your team.


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Marci French

Marci French is a lifelong learner born into Generation X as a biracial unifier and JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) facilitator. Utilizing her unique story, Marci facilitates tough conversations and creates brave spaces for participants to explore identities, practice empathy, and consider new ideas.

She is a member of the board and senior faculty of the National Apartment Association Education Institute, where she applies her more than 25 years of multifamily experience to lead, coach, and mentor those in the industry.

Marci earned her Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) and Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS) designations from the National Apartment Association (NAA). She holds a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace certificate from the University of South Florida and is a NAA Leadership Lyceum graduate. Marci serves as a member of the NAAEI Curriculum Development/Program Administration Committee and previously served as Chair for NAA's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee.

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