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Carey Business School

Leadership in Action

Executive Education: Leadership in Action
Nov 5—6, 2019
2 days
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
USD 3200
USD 1600 per day

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Enhance your leadership skills with this experiential session on leadership and change. Experience a truly collaborative session where leadership is learned as it happens, in the first person rather than as a theoretical concept. Bring your sense of adventure, some stomach for disequilibrium and your ability to stay open to what’s happening “in the moment.” Leadership in Action is designed to help you:

  • Raise hard-to-talk-about issues in a way that will get others to agree to address them.
  • Act courageously in risky situations.
  • Connect with people in a way that inspires their commitment.
  • Stay grounded in the face of success, failure, or uncertainty.
  • Respond productively to opposition without losing your focus
  • Communicate skillfully in the presence of strong emotions.

Who should attend

This seminar serves individuals at all career stages, as well as rising managers who want to improve their ability to make real change happen in their organizations.

While the course helps people in a wide variety of organizations, functional areas and leadership experiences, its’ particularly helpful to:

  • Individuals who feel thwarted in the attempt to lead their organization through change;
  • Teams wrestling with implementing or accelerating change initiatives;
  • People who seek to enhance their own capacities for exercising leadership.


Adriano Pianesi has 20 years of leadership development, team coaching, and change experience built on capacity development, possibility thinking, and sound strategy. A member of the Society for Organizational Learning, Adriano holds an MBA in Communication/Group Dynamics from the University of Mi...


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