United States Leadership Training Expert

Michele Rebetti
Dix Hills, United States

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Crestcom is a worldwide leadership development company. Our unique process for developing management and leadership skills sharpens managers’ focus on the bottom-line and enhances an organization's ability to compete in their market. Our workshops focus on the often-overlooked people skills that can positively impact morale, productivity, performance and profits.
Developing the skills needed to motivate and engage associates is critical. An effective leadership development program includes keynote speakers, lively facilitators and engaging training exercises. Leadership training creates positive results through engaged employees and loyal customers.
Crestcom training maximizes profitability and performance with TEN critical competencies of leadership taught with interactive seminars featuring acclaimed speakers and trainers.
Our track record of providing a significant return on investment is extensive, and our clients include Manufacturing, Distribution, Construction, Aerospace & Defense, Healthcare, Professional Services, government, not-for-profit organizations, and many others.
I am one of 260 Crestcom partners around the world that delivers the Bullet Proof Manager© Program. My experience in creating management and employee development training programs, as well as experience in Organization Development for the healthcare, manufacturing, and beauty/fragrance industries coupled with an MA in Industrial Organizational psychology makes me an expert facilitator to deliver this unique program.
I am also an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Farmingdale State College.

Featured Webinar

Creating a Human-Centered Workplace

The 2021 Human Connection in the Virtual Workplace report by the HOW Institute for Society found that 44% of workers reported feeling less connected to coworkers since the start of the pandemic. That same survey found that feeling connected to coworkers, managers and the organization as a whole was an important predictor of employee engagement and team performance. As leaders navigate the hybrid workplace, prioritizing human connection is vital to building effective teams and strengthening networks. Join host Jenn DeWall to learn how leaders today can focus on human connection in an increasingly digital world!

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Understanding Innovation: How to Remove Common Obstacles to New Ideas

Most leaders today would agree that innovation is extremely important to the success of an organization. A McKinsey Global Innovation survey found that 84% of executives agree that innovation is important to growth strategy; however, only 6% are satisfied with their team's innovation performance. Organizations that actively prioritize innovation and creativity benefit from increased efficiency, higher revenue, and positive brand recognition. Innovations of everyday processes can add up to big savings in time and money while innovating products and services can win over customers and help companies create a unique offering. Companies that have innovated quickly thrived throughout the pandemic.

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Featured Resources

New Leadership Habits for 2022 and Beyond

2022 is well underway, but it is never too late to introduce new leadership habits that will help any manager have a successful year. As the world continues to endure the challenges of a global pandemic, leaders must embrace change and take new approaches to manage...

Love in Leadership: 5 Ways to Support Your Team

When people think about what is required to operate a successful business, they think of business models, revenue, profit, competition, and marketing, to name a few. These are certainly vital components, but one item that is often missing from the list is love....

Minisode: Prioritizing Mental Health at Work with Jenn DeWall

Prioritizing Mental Health at Work Full Transcript Below: Hi everyone. It’s Jenn DeWall. And on this week’s episode of The Leadership Habit podcast, we are talking about how you can prioritize mental health at work for yourself and others in this coming new year....

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Contact Info

  • 4 Wagon Wheel Lane, Dix Hills, New York 11746, United States
  • (631) 704-7300
  • (631) 704-7300

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Creating a Human-Centered Workplace

The 2021 Human Connection in the Virtual Workplace report by the HOW Institute for Society found that 44% of workers reported feeling less connected to coworkers since the start of the pandemic. That same survey found that feeling connected to coworkers, managers and the organization as a whole was an important predictor of employee engagement and team performance. As leaders navigate the hybrid workplace, prioritizing human connection is vital to building effective teams and strengthening networks. Join host Jenn DeWall to learn how leaders today can focus on human connection in an increasingly digital world!

January 27th, 2022 at 10:00AM ET

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