*Multipliers®: How the Best Leaders Ignite Everyone's Potential

What’s holding your team back from better results?

Under pressure to deliver results in good times and bad, leaders face a variety of challenges:
  • We can’t hire, but we need to grow.
  • We need everyone’s best, but people are burned out.
  • We’re okay today, but we’re not ready to compete tomorrow.
  • We have the best talent, but they’re not engaged.

In these circumstances, leaders can’t afford to waste talent. They need people to innovate, to solve problems, to deliver results—and to be excited and engaged as they do so. Leaders are key to unlocking these capabilities. FranklinCovey has partnered with Liz Wiseman to develop a new solution that enables leaders to become Multipliers who:

  • Access and use the untapped capabilities on their teams.

  • Rekindle energy and enthusiasm as teams achieve stronger results.

  • Innovate by encouraging new and bold thinking.

Breakthrough to new levels of performance by amplifying people’s intelligence. Multipliers deliver stronger results as people grow and teams excel. 


 Thursday, February 9, 2023
Time:  9:00am - 4:00 pm
Location:  HR Training Room,
Expressway Tower #208
Facilitator: Mary Stall, SMU HR

*This workshop fulfills one Manager Orientation elective credit.

Enroll Now:  my.SMU>Employee Self Service>Learning and Development>Request Training Enrollment.  Use course code "HRM"

Questions?  Email us at DevelopU@smu.edu


Updated Parking Information:

Please note that construction has begun on the new aquatics center to the east of Expressway Tower and which was previously a AUP parking lot  This space is no longer available for parking. 

Visitors to Expressway Tower must now park in the AUP lots W1, W2, W3 to the north of Expressway Tower as designated on this map https://www.smu.edu/-/media/Site/BusinessFinance/Campus-Services/ParkingAndCardServices/Campus-Parking-Map-22-23.pdf

Those wishing to take the shuttle bus will be dropped off at Expressway Tower.

Note:  Those who park in the visitor parking spaces at Expressway Tower will likely be ticketed.