Wiseman Group seeks nominees for 2016 Multiplier of the Year Award

The Wiseman Group is seeking nominations through December 14 for its 2016 Multiplier of the Year Award to recognize the world's top leaders and "genius makers."

multipliers-book-cover-3dSince May of this year, we've held a series of Multipliers launch parties across the country to introduce and begin implementing the Multipliers Simulation, developed with the Wiseman Group by our thought leader partner BTS and available from Advantage Performance Group. 

The simulation, based on the best-selling book Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter by Liz Wiseman, helps leaders recognize and practice "multiplier moments" as opportunities that either multiply or diminish the talent of those around them. Leaders who are Multipliers create a culture in which people contribute their best thinking to the organization.

Do you know a leader who deserves recognition?

Selection for Multiplier of the Year is based on nominees' demonstrated ability to channel the intelligence, talent and creativity of their staff. A winner will be named in each of 3 categories: business/corporate, education/non-profit, and military/government.

Nominations close at 11:59 p.m. on December 14, 2016. A short list of top nominees will be announced December 20. Online voting will commence, and winners will be announced on January 11, 2017.

 If you missed our half-day launch parties, or if you want to see more, join us December 15 for a full day of this popular, empowering simulation.

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