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Ethical Leadership-A Vital Part Of An Organization
Date: Mar 22, 2019 Beginning at 3:15 AM
Session Duration
1 Hour

Learning Objective
1. 5 Point Plan to calibrate our “Blind Spots."
2. Provides steps that you can take to mitigate your perception problems.
3. Manage to accelerate your career growth.

Session Description
10 out of 100 leaders will fail due to ethical mishaps or leadership blind spots. In today's business world Ethical Leadership is a vital part of an organization. Whether it’s from Wall Street to Main Street, from the Church House to the White House. The decisions they make, as well as the ways by which they make those decisions, determine whether or not they are ethical leaders.

Leadership blind spots are unproductive behaviors that are invisible to us but glaring to everyone else. Our behavioral blind spots create dire and unintended consequences: They corrupt decision-making, reduce our scope of awareness, create enemies, destroy careers, and sabotage business results. In good times, blind spots are annoying and frustrating; in tough times, they can be lethal.

If you want to learn how to build trust, credibility, and respect for both you and the organization by being an ethical leader. Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant Montes will share this powerful presentation on Leadership that he learned serving in the United States Marine Corps for over 29 years.

Session Speaker

Abiud Montes

Speaker, trainer
Speakers Club

More About Abiud Montes

Abiud Montes enlisted in the United States Marine Corps on September 11, 1989. In 1990 he was deployed to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait for Combat Operations in Operation Desert Storm where he served as a Tow Gunner with 8th Tank Battalion (Anti-Tank) TOW Company.  

In 1994 was hired as a Firefighter for the City of Hollywood. Because of his experience as a Marine and knowledge of military Honor Guard protocol, he was later selected as an Honor Guard member to represent the City of Hollywood Fire Department in New York for the 9/11 Memorial Ceremony to Honor the fallen firefighters of the New York City Fire Department. Abiud has been working for the City of Hollywood for 24 years.  

In 2003 then, Montes was activated for combat in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served as a Vehicle Commander for 1st Marine Division, Regimental Combat Team (RCT 5), 2nd Tank Battalion, Scout Platoon. He was part of the main combat element to Baghdad. Montes has been in the Marines for 29 years and has served as Operation Chief for the Force Readiness Assistance and Assessment Program. In 2010 Montes was the Operations Chief and Company Gunny for African Lion in Agadir, Morocco, a Joint Task Force Operation with the Moroccan Military. From January 2012- February 2014 Master Sergeant Montes was the Military Advisor/Anti-terrorism Officer (ATO) to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) Twenty-Two. From 2014-2015 the Military Advisor to NMCB 14. From 2015 -2016 the Operations Chief for I Marine Expeditionary Force (One MEF). Now, Master Gunnery Sergeant Montes is currently a Recruiting Support Officer (RSO) for Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) 6thDistrict in Fort Lauderdale, FL. 

Montes is a motivational speaker and has been speaking for over 28 years. He is a sought out speaker and has been the Master of Ceremonies for many events throughout the U.S. The guest of Honor for several Marine Corps Birthday Balls. Also, a keynote speaker and current topics are Leadership, Antiterrorism, and “How to Handle a Bully”. Montes is also very active in his community and church. He is currently the President for the Navy League, Fort Lauderdale Council and the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge Broward County Chapter Past President for the last 3 years. Montes has a Master’s of Professional Studies in Executive Management from St. Thomas University.