Oregon Leadership Training

Servicing Portland, Salem, Eugene, Medford, and Bend

Cale Pearson
Oregon, United States

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Interactive learning experiences that produce real business results!
For more than 30 years, Crestcom International franchisees have trained business people across the globe in the areas of leadership, management and sales. Today, Crestcom has grown to become one of the most successful and widely used training programs among Fortune magazine’s Top 100 Companies.
Businesses turn to Crestcom to help transform their managers into leaders. 75% of Fortune Magazine’s “Most Admired Companies” have participated in the Bullet Proof® Manager training and 98% of our clients have said Crestcom training equaled or exceeded their expectations.
Each month, thousands of business professionals from companies of all sizes across six continents participate in the Crestcom’s Bullet Proof® Manager training where leaders develop their skills, exchange ideas, and share what’s working now. Participants can join the program at any time and the 12 month training program covers 24 modules of leadership, management and sales development.
This proprietary interactive learning program is improving the way businesses motivate, communicate and help managers succeed while seeing the effects on the company’s bottom line.

Featured Leadership Webinar

Managing Hybrid Teams: Overcoming the Challenges of the New Workplace

2020 and COVID-19 brought rapid disruption to workplaces around the world. The sudden shift to remote work tested most organizations’ ability to adapt and adjust to the next normal. Now leaders are facing the reality that a flexible workplace is here to stay. As such, leaders will need to re-think their approach to managing successful teams and getting great results. A physical location can no longer serve as the anchor to an organization’s culture and identity. Instead, managers will need to reflect on their approach to leading teams and find effective ways to create a cohesive workplace culture that is not dependent on co-location.

Featured Leadership Whitepaper

Imposter Syndrome is prevalent in business workplaces.

Imposter Syndrome is a Workplace Culture Problem

The term "imposter syndrome" was first coined in 1978 by psychologists Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes in a study of professional women in a clinical setting. It refers to a persistent feeling of inadequacy despite evidence of competence and success. People suffering from imposter syndrome experience self-doubt and fear that others will discover they are not as smart or talented as they seem. They often credit any success they achieve to good luck and cannot internalize their accomplishments.

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Featured Leadership Resources

Ending Hidden Bias in the Employee Journey

Creating a diverse and inclusive culture at work is a top priority for most organizations. However, even with the best intentions, any organization can have hidden biases that can come into play throughout the employee journey. Experts have found that unconscious bias...

Improve Your Team’s Accountability by Asking the Right Questions

One of the top responsibilities of management is to hold their teams accountable. However, most leaders struggle with actually accomplishing this task. The topic of accountability is often associated with negative situations and unpleasant conversations. When leaders...

Self-Care for Leadership Resilience with Jill Cruz, MS, CNS

Self-Care for Leadership Resilience with Jill Cruz, MS, CNS Jenn DeWall: Hi everyone. It’s Jenn DeWall. And on this week’s episode of The Leadership Habit podcast, I sat down with Jill Cruz. Jill Cruz, MS, CNS, specializes in weight loss, and she helps professional...

"“This training energized me to be a better manager and leader especially in the areas of listening to the needs of our employees, and asking better questions to get the root of the issues.”" Read More

-Cale Pearson , President
Elite Management Training

"“We are 50% more profitable as a company than prior to enrolling myself and our senior management team in the Bullet Proof Manager program, and certainly some credit for this is due to Crestcom and this program. We have documented over $500K in cost savings, productivity improvements, and revenue gains..." Read More

--Howard Chang , President & CEO
Top Drawer Creative

"“The first session alone can provide tools & techniques that can be applied immediately back into the business. For example, in our sample workshop we identified a potential of over $350,000 in annualized bottom line improvements from either cost or revenue gains.”" Read More

--Roger Till , Managing Director
Integra Packaging Pty Ltd

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"“This training energized me to be a better manager and leader especially in the areas of listening to the needs of our employees, and asking better questions to get the root of the issues.”"

-Cale Pearson , President
Elite Management Training

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"“We are 50% more profitable as a company than prior to enrolling myself and our senior management team in the Bullet Proof Manager program, and certainly some credit for this is due to Crestcom and this program. We have documented over $500K in cost savings, productivity improvements, and revenue gains since starting the program, and we have not completed it.”"

--Howard Chang , President & CEO
Top Drawer Creative

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"“The first session alone can provide tools & techniques that can be applied immediately back into the business. For example, in our sample workshop we identified a potential of over $350,000 in annualized bottom line improvements from either cost or revenue gains.”"

--Roger Till , Managing Director
Integra Packaging Pty Ltd

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Contact Info

  • 439 NW 29th Street, Redmond, Oregon 97756, United States
  • 5414807783
  • 5414807783

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Managing Hybrid Teams: Overcoming the Challenges of the New Workplace

2020 and COVID-19 brought rapid disruption to workplaces around the world. The sudden shift to remote work tested most organizations’ ability to adapt and adjust to the next normal. Now leaders are facing the reality that a flexible workplace is here to stay. As such, leaders will need to re-think their approach to managing successful teams and getting great results. A physical location can no longer serve as the anchor to an organization’s culture and identity. Instead, managers will need to reflect on their approach to leading teams and find effective ways to create a cohesive workplace culture that is not dependent on co-location.

July 29th, 2021 at 10:00AM ET

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