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Former President Ronald Reagan believed that, “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets people to do the greatest things.” That’s one of the key philosophies behind leadership training and development company Caliente Leadership, which has recently commenced global operations from its Palm Springs, CA base.

“At Caliente Leadership, our focus is turning good leaders and managers into great leaders, at all levels of an organization,” explains founder and globally recognized leadership facilitator Steven Howard. “We teach that great leadership is an art comprising the right mindset, a personal leadership philosophy, and the use of the right tools techniques and leadership behaviors.

All leadership training and development programs from Caliente Leadership (www.CalienteLeadership.com) are designed and tailored for the specific needs of its global clientele. There are no off-the-shelf, one-size-fits-all programs. The company also provided train-the-trainer incorporating best-practice facilitation techniques and detailed course teaching notes.

Caliente Leadership founder Steven Howard specializes in creating and delivering leadership development curriculum for front line leaders, mid-level leaders and high-potential leaders. Since 1988 he has delivered leadership development programs in the U.S., Asia, Australia, Europe and Africa to numerous organizations, including Citicorp, Covidien, DBS Bank, Deutsche Bank, DuPont Lycra, Esso Productions, ExxonMobil, Hewlett Packard, Micron Technology, Motorola Solutions, SapientNitro, Standard Chartered Bank, and others.

Howard approaches all client assignments with a truly international and multicultural perspective, having lived in the USA for 23 years, in Singapore for 21 years and Australia for 12 years. He currently resides in Palm Springs, California.

Howard is the author of 11 marketing and management books and the editor of three professional and personal development books in the Project You series.

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