Andrew Bryant delivered a video about self-leadership on July 1, 2017. He is located in an office setting, which provides an appropriate atmosphere for delivering the message. His primary objective is to enable the audience to understand the self-leadership perspective. He delivers a message linked to the development of thoughts, feelings, and actions towards a person’s objective. Potential leaders must always direct their thoughts and actions in line with their goals of being better positioned to influence others positively. The primary objective is to inform the listeners that leadership in today’s setting should revolve around a self-based perspective. For example, leaders must be the best version of themselves to enable them to have a quality impact on others.
I believe that the speaker met his goal of informing people about the rationale for self-leadership. The speaker targets anyone in the leadership position and potential future leaders. As a motivational speaker and a self-leadership guru, the speaker delivers the message effectively to the audience. They can relate and associate with the teachings offered because he is one of the notable self-leaders. He is, therefore, able to capture and retain the attention of the audience. His idea is to deliver essential tips that leaders should incorporate in their leadership for organizational success.
The PowerPoint presentation is organized appropriately, and the audience can closely follow the ideas incorporated in the video. The speaker starts by posing a question to the audience and later provides details that support this approach. In the end, the exposes the audience to the relevance of self-leadership in today’s agile setting. This is one of the elements that generated significant interest because the speaker possesses a quality way of capturing our attention. A recommendation that I would make to the speaker before his next presentation is to provide more personal information to the audience. For example, he can state the years of experience he has built with the self-leadership approach.