Liz Wiseman’s Multipliers®: How the Best Leaders Ignite Everyone’s Intelligence

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. ET / 3:00 p.m. GMT

Some leaders are Diminishers. They stifle the talent and energy of the people around them. Because they rely on their own capabilities, Diminishers shut others down. On the other side of the spectrum are Multipliers. They aren’t just geniuses; they are genius makers. They bring out the best in others. People who work with Multipliers give more discretionary effort, more mental and physical energy, and more of the bold ideas critical for long-term success. Multipliers don’t get more with less; they get more by using more.

There's far more intelligence and energy inside our organizations than we realize. 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.

Attend this solution overview webcast to learn how our program, Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Ignite Everyone's Intelligence, helps create a workplace where everyone feels valued and volunteers their best efforts.


  • Please fill out the form to register for this complimentary one-hour webcast. If you have any questions about this webcast, contact us at [email protected].




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Every day, your leaders and your workforce are faced with countless bits of information while making decisions that range from the pragmatic to the strategic. As they confront more and more information—requiring them to act quickly while considering varying perspectives—they are primed to rely on biased thinking.

Why? Because unconscious biases are shortcuts that help our brains compensate for overload. This affects how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations and circumstances, often limiting potential, inhibiting performance, and leading to poor decision-making.

You may be new to the topic of unconscious bias, or perhaps you already have a training initiative underway inside your organization. Regardless of your knowledge level, these complimentary resources will help as you create a workplace of inclusion and engagement.