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Leadership

 

We’ll explore the qualities of good leaders and identify the common traits of poor ones. Some leaders manage every aspect of a project. Others delegate to their team. We’ll dig into the styles that fit your personality and your team’s capabilities.  Learn motivational skills so you can create a culture where people want to be part of your team.


Five Keys to Excellent Leadership

Presented by Christy Pruitt-Haynes

Everyone wants to be excellent. But if excellence is the universal goal, why do so few achieve it? There are as many ways to be a great leader as there are leaders — but there are some common traits that all great leaders possess. Refine your leadership skills and be prepared not only to succeed as an individual, but more importantly, to bring your entire team with you.

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IMPERFECT LEADERSHIP

PRESENTED BY CHA'LEA STAFFORD

Every leader has a story, a strategy and an operating system that defines their experiences and creates an impact beyond the title. Imperfection is one strategy that has helped others break the boundaries of adversity and launch into entrepreneurship. Go beyond the corporate realm to explore the authentic journey of being a leader.

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Emotional Intelligence

Presented by Delroy Waugh

A good leader uses both emotion and data to guide their decision-making process. The first step is to understand your emotional intelligence. Learn how to differentiate between the four domains of emotional intelligence and reflect on your own behavior. Improving your emotional intelligence will help you communicate effectively, empathize with others and overcome challenges.

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Failure

PRESENTED BY DAN FAILL

Being a leader is hard. What do we do when we are managing the high expectations and challenges we face daily? Dan Faill believes the best way to fix problems in our roles is to shift how we think about leadership in general. Dan will help you understand how fear of failure is holding you back from your full leadership potential.

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VIRTUAL LEADERSHIP

PRESENTED BY TESS BRIGHAM

The key to being a great leader is having a high emotional intelligence. Also known as EQ, it’s the ability to recognize, understand and manage our own emotions — as well as recognize, understand and ultimately influence the emotions of others. Leaders who develop strong EQ have greater self-awareness, empathy and communication skills.

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Six competencies for an inclusive leader

Presented by Megan Wyett Lennon

It can be easy to say you’re an inclusive leader and still miss the mark in your actions. The first step is to create a plan to develop commitment, courage, cognizance, curiosity, cultural intelligence and collaboration for inclusivity. Learn, explore and reflect on tangible action items that will help you understand how to show up and speak up for inclusion.

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Creative leadership

Presented by Anita Silva

Good leaders need to be creative. Creativity isn’t just an innate trait — it can be learned. Discover the creative processes and environments that help your brain process information to solve the biggest leadership problems you face. Then use that information to promote a culture that fosters creative thinking and collaboration.

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