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Communicate For Life

My name is Dr. Dalton Kehoe

Routinely voted one of the top teachers at York, and chosen by the province’s educational television network as one of the best lecturers in the province, I am a dynamic business speaker. I am also a top-rated instructor in the Executive Education Center at the Schulich School of Business at York University, where I train executives from leading companies.

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Popular Courses

Any SEEC course is only availible to students registered for Mindful Management at Schulich School of Business. Learn more under ``Speeches & Seminars``

16000
Words spoken a day
8
Essential emotions - on which all others are based
62
Percent of words describing the entire range of human emotions are negative
100
Milliseconds for your Elephant mind to size up others emotions

Learning Objectives

Goals that we expect you to achieve.

ONE

Be a 'mindful manager' who can engage both the Rational and Emotional minds of your team.

TWO

Build lasting leadership connections and trust with your staff, management and clients.

THREE

See immediate results in your team's attitude, productivity and their willingness to follow your lead.

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BBC – The charm offensive for managers

At the most basic level, managers need to make sure employees know they care about them as individuals, said Dalton Kehoe. Read More

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Forbes – Top 5 Books

Forbes voted Dalton’s recent book, Mindful Management, as one of the top 5 books to add to your Coaching Library.

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Canadian HR Reporter – The elephant in the room

Support, certainty and consideration from a direct supervisor will flood a worker’s mind with the energy to listen and do her work, says one expert. Read More

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Financial Post

Financial Post quoted Dalton’s expert advice to entrepreneurs and their opportunity to keep employees engaged and happy for successful growth.

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HR.BLR.com: Control vs. connection: How to build a connective culture at work

Only 30% of US workers are fully engaged in their work. As Gallup’s research indicates, the level of employee engagement has barely increased since the turn of the 21st century. Why? The answer lies in the structure of the human mind and the structure of the workplace. Read More

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A Forbes Top 5 Book for Your Coaching Library

Forbes voted Dalton’s recent book, Mindful Management, as one of the top 5 books to add to your Coaching Library.