Cracking The Leadership Code – Begins April 27 2015

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When you’re a boss, it’s easy to get worked up about work. The truth is, leadership can be frustrating.

But does it have to be?

We need a space to reflect and learn impactful strategies to improve our leadership. When we use impactful strategies to solve what we’re worked up about, we help solve the frustrations of our employees in turn – and ultimately improve the bottom-line.

That’s why I’m excited to be a guest speaker along with over 20 other leadership experts from around the world in the second season of the upcoming summit: Crack the Leadership Code: Build your Team, Increase your Impact and Make a Difference Hosted by Dr. Michelle Pizer

When Dr. Michelle Pizer talks about leadership, she’s talking about a mindset. It’s not just about getting the job done; it’s about how you get it done – with authority, clarity and intention. Every interaction matters. It’s about humanizing the workplace. As an executive coach and organizational psychologist, Dr. Michelle Pizer knows all about dignity and hope in the workplace. She’s studied it from the employee perspective, and she uses that expansive inside knowledge to give guidance to leaders at all levels in the hierarchy. She knows firsthand that great leaders aren’t born – they’re bred.

Learn PRACTICAL and INSPIRING ways to become a better leader and thrive in your career.

Register now for the April 27th launch! It’s free!

The leaders:

Jim Kouzes. Kevin Kruse. Gordon Tredgold. Carrie Kish. David Grossman. Dorie Clark. Gary Cohen. Michelle McQuaid. Joel Garfinkle. Sue Langley. Eileen McDargh. Dana Theus. Skip Weisman. Wayne Turmel. John Ramstead. Mark Vickers. Lisa Martin. Tony Gattari. Mel Neil. Shawn Stratton. Ed Normand. Sharon Sayler. Kevin Eikenberry.

Here are just some of the important topics and takeaways from the summit:

  • Engaging your team
  • How to lead remotely
  • Critical communication skills
  • How to use mindfulness in leadership
  • How others see you and how to make better impressions
  • Leading and managing up
  • Creating high performance teams
  • Time management
  • Positive leadership and strengths-based leadership
  • Building your resilience as a leader

Being a great leader can feel as elusive as cracking a secret code. But it doesn’t have to be.

 

Lisa

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