After six months in bookstore shelves and online stores, we're coming up with a more comprehensive, intuitive, and inspirational edition of Stepback: The Lost Art of Filipino Leadership.
Invite us to deliver a 90-minute leadership keynote speech to see the impact of Stepback Leadership on your people.
Join our leadership expedition program in Banaue Rice Terraces and get a uniquely crafted leadership program.
After getting familiar with Stepback philosophy, we can design a culture transformation project for your organization.
A leadership training can't be as unique as Stepback Expedition. The action happens right where the Filipino ancestors first displayed their leadership ingenuity.Dante Salamat
We are grateful to these leaders for allowing the public to know how Stepback has changed their lives. 🙂
'It's refreshing to learn the old leadership wisdom of Filipinos. I regret not to know about this earlier.'
'Knowing that we have our own leadership structure is empowering. We're on to build our community.'
'Joining the Stepback Leadership Expedition is the best leadership training I've been in my entire life!'
Our leadership insights are grounded on our original leadership philosophy.
The Philippines is home to natural beauty. And we need not change that. We are naturally beautiful inside and out. Yet, we often feel lacking. Thus, ungrateful. We feel we're not enough. Then, we find ourselves wanting for more.
Our culture dictates the behavior of people.
Stepback is a culture transformation company. We work with leadership teams to rebuild their organizational culture.
We have spoken to multi-national companies and national associations. In addition, we have consulted to corporations on a consistent, regular basis. Check out the partial client list in the Philippines.
Stepback is the 2,000-year-old original leadership art of Filipinos. We hope to bring this lost art back to organizations. We believe that this can solve the modern challenges in leading and managing people even in our time.
The effect of colonization of Spain, US, and Japanese left us with forgotten identity. We no longer know who we are as leaders. We use Western leadership and management concepts in our organization. Yet, we have our own unique leadership structure prior to Spanish invasion in 1521. In fact, this leadership structure built the popular Ifugao Rice Terraces. If we made it in the ancient times, we can make it today. We hope to introduce to your people how great we were back then. To regain this greatness is to assure greatness of your organization.
LLOYD ABRIA LUNA is the first and only Filipino to represent the Philippines in a global speakers summit. He is the founder and CEO of Stepback, a culture transformation company that helps leaders and organizations see the bigger picture in life and at work. He has been an Asian motivational speaker for over 10 years, delivering an average of 120 inspirational speeches annually. He has authored 16 books and is a radio and television talk-show host, songwriter, publisher, and serial entrepreneur.
The youngest board member of the Global Speakers Federation, which has 15 member-countries worldwide including the Philippines, Lloyd is the founder and president of the Philippine Association of Professional Speakers.
As author and originator of Stepback™ Leadership—the lost art of Filipino leadership—Lloyd teaches the practice of putting people at the center of leadership. Using his in-depth study of the building of the 2,000-year-old Ifugao Rice Terraces, which has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lloyd believes that great leaders are shaped and defined by three crucial steps they make for their people: (1) stepping in to inspire, teach, and equip them; (2) stepping back to permit, evaluate, and mentor them; and (3) stepping up to explore, strategize, and innovate with them. He argues that these three steps are founded mainly on trust, collaboration, and humanity.
Lloyd is the president of LLOYDLUNA Communications, the parent company of Stepback, Umbrella Speakers, Scroll Publishing, Skybell Clothing, and Peaches Music. He is the founder of the Registered Speaking Professional Institute of the Philippines, a certifying body that gives RSP designation to qualified professional speakers in the country.
Lloyd has been a resource speaker in over 1,000 conventions, conferences, and seminars, has appeared in over 200 media interviews, and has spoken on leadership to personnel of several major global companies worldwide, to key managers and staff of Philippine government agencies, and to students and faculty of various Philippine universities and colleges.
For his work as motivational speaker, Lloyd has been conferred scores of awards over the years, among them the Collegiate Ambassador for Peace award in South Korea, remarkable alumnus of Polytechnic University of the Philippines, and the 2010 SM Supermarket Brand Ambassador award. At age 31, he was nominated for the 2013 Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines award. In 2018, he was also nominated by Go Negosyo for the ASEAN Business Awards.
We'd like to add value to your people and organization. By getting us as a keynote speaker in your event, you're allowing your people to learn about the 2,000-year-old lost leadership art of the Filipinos. Rediscovering their real leadership identity can inspire them to lead our way.
The western concept of leadership has been with us for hundreds of years. It created a vacuum between our past and future organizational success. It's time to see the bigger picture.
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