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Kenan-Flagler Business School

Leadership Effectiveness Workshop

Sep 23—25, 2019
3 days
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
USD 4900
USD 1633 per day

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It’s a common paradox: The people who get promoted to leadership positions often have no previous leadership experience. The fact is, we all have to start somewhere. But moving from individual contributor to leader is a big leap that comes with big risks: Leaders who are unsuccessful during the transition to leadership are unlikely to ever be successful as leaders. Period.

The Leadership Effectiveness Workshop eases that transition by working with leaders within their first five years of leadership experience. This innovative workshop focuses on building the core skills that make for effective leadership.

Participants get an understanding of the transition process, gain awareness of their own leadership style, master tools for enhancing motivation through effective feedback and coaching, and learn mindsets and techniques for leading and influencing groups and teams.

POST-PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Gain awareness of your leadership style
  • Influence groups and teams more effectively
  • Enhance motivation through effective feedback and coaching
  • Recognize the psychological needs that inform how to motivate others
  • Earn 2.3 CEUs

Who should attend

Leaders who could benefit from an introduction to or refresher in essential leadership skills.

Experts

Robert Goldberg is founder and managing partner of Organization Insight, LLC., a community of top-caliber consultants dedicated to helping companies improve their effectiveness and competitiveness through people. As a leadership and organizational development specialist, Goldberg's work is primar...
John Sumanth is the James Farr Fellow and Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Wake Forest University School of Business. His research focuses on issues of leadership, employee voice and upward communication, and status, and to date, his research has appeared in several of the pr...

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