The Coaching Leader: How To Use Coaching Principles to Empower Your Team – January 25th, 2019, 11:30am to 1pm
Presenter: Dr. Ron Duggins
If you’ve ever had the benefit of a great coach (sports or otherwise), then you know how meaningful that relationship can be. Leaders know, though, that it can sometimes be challenging to coach the people on your own team. This session will emphasize how to integrate core coaching principles to empower and energize those you work with, so that together, you can produce the bottom-line results you want and need.
Leading Others Through Change– February 22nd, 2019, 11:30am to 1pm
Presenter: Dr. Rebecca Eastham
Change is an unavoidable reality of life. In our ever-evolving world, a leader must take responsibility for anticipating change, understanding its implication and guiding people through it. To do so requires a blend of bravery, flexibility, and determination. This session will unpack the common patterns and responses associated with change and will equip you with the skills to help yourself and others navigate the “white water” of change in today’s business environment.
The Power of Relational Leadership– March, 29th 2019, 11:30am to 1pm
Presenter: Natalie Ambrose
We all know leaders who naturally cultivate close and connecting personal and professional relationships. The fruits of their hard work include trust, mutual appreciation and strong partnerships that weather the seasons of change – even when times are tough. How can you become a person who makes deep investments in your relationships with others without getting too close in the process? This session will help you evaluate how naturally relational you are, and help you consider steps to up your game in this aspect of leadership.
How the Enneagram Can Help You as a Leader– April 26th, 2019, 11:30am to 1pm
Presenter: Anna Irwin
The Enneagram assessment – have you heard of it? This ago-old tool is definitely making a comeback! Not only does it help people understand their strengths, but it also provides a deep understanding of why we do the things we do. The tool details nine personality types and also includes common pitfalls and how to navigate around them. By understanding your type, you can get let go of habitual patterns and understand your reactions, preferences and how you show up for your team. Make plans to attend this session and learn how this tool can help you in your leadership journey.
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