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Based on the principles of Susan Scott’s book, Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work & in Life, One Conversation at a Time, Deli’s session will give you a robust introduction of foundational ideas and principles that change the way we connect with each other, alter our perceptions of what it means to lead, and become the behavior that propels individuals and teams toward success.
Understand the impact of igniting conversations that:
- Interrogate reality
- Provoke learning
- Tackle tough challenges
- Enrich relationships
With all the talk about employee engagement, what does it really look like and why is an important concept for leaders to understand. The relationship between well being and engagement will also be examined. Participants will asses their own level of engagement relative to their position at SCU. They will also learn ways to improve their employees’ engagement with their supervisors, colleagues and SCU.
Can you, personally, become more effective as a leader when you have less time, resources, and energy? Using Kouzes and Posner’s Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership, we’ll explore this topic to help you learn how to change the pace of your effectiveness as a leader. A spectrum of trends continues to impact how we manage our time, priorities, attention and outcomes as leaders. We talk about productivity and quantify it often. But does productivity always give us more as leaders? In what ways does it make us more and less effective? As leaders, there’s always going to be more to do and not enough time to do it. LJ will help you:
- Clarify aspects of productivity that are helping and hindering you as a leader
- Broaden your notion of productivity to one of effectiveness
- Get clearer on the things you can influence and the things you can’t
- Start thinking outcome, not output as a leader
Pat will explore the power of teams and how leaders and members can help the team function at its' best. He will also offer some observations and suggestions for being successful when your organization suffers from infighting and misalignment.
When people act in alignment with their values and bring their natural talents and strengths to their work, amazing results occur. Participants will learn the latest concepts about strengths based thinking and how to combine your strengths with personal accountability to accomplish more for yourself, those you supervise and the organization. Participants will learn how to overcome the trap of relying on deficit-based assumptions and learn how to achieve higher levels of performance.