Thu, Feb 24|
Weekly Online Event (9 CPD Hours)
Dynamic Leadership Performance
Accelerate your impact, deepen your soft skills and lock in the tools you need to lead well in challenging times.
Time & Location
Feb 24, 2022, 12:00 p.m. – Mar 31, 2022, 1:30 p.m.
Weekly Online Event (9 CPD Hours)
About the Event
With an investment of just 90 minutes per week over 6 weeks, you’ll discover and apply core concepts that will expand your skills, improve your performance, and add critical tools to your leadership toolkit.
If you’re an experienced or emerging leader who wants to grow in your leadership skills and accelerate your impact, join a group of leaders for 6 weeks of learning and networking led by two seasoned executives. Learning Circles will give you an opportunity to learn and engage with other leaders, facilitated by Doreen Harvey and Marla Konrad, both coaches, facilitators and former C-suite executives.
This series will not be recorded. To maximize the benefits of the program, you need to commit to all six weeks.
Who should join:
- Leaders who want to boost their core leadership skills
- Aspiring high-potential contributors who want to accelerate their career growth into leadership roles
- A 90-minute weekly Zoom gathering over 6 weeks led by two seasoned trainers, who are both coaches and former C-suite executives
- 6 high-impact modules focussed on the characteristics you’ll need to up your performance in key areas of leadership
- A focus on practical tools and models you can apply immediately
- Peer coaching and learning
- Open Q&A time to dig deeper into the topics with the trainers in the final 15 minutes of the module
- 9 CPD hours
About the Dynamic Leadership Performance modules
Module 1: Introduction to Self-Leadership
Self-leadership and self-awareness are critical elements for leaders. Understanding who you are and the characteristics of a strong self-leader will equip you to lead with self-awareness, authenticity and boldness.
Module 2: Building Trust
Trust is the bedrock of strong relationships and a valuable currency for all leaders. Learn how to forge habits that will help you build trust with your leaders, peers, and staff, and identify behaviours you can start putting into practice today.
Module 3: Managing Conflict
Conflict is inevitable, so how can we best manage the conflicts we find ourselves in and work toward best outcomes? Learn a simple and effective conflict management tool and take a brief self-assessment to help you understand your default conflict management style, and how you may need to flex to manage different forms of conflict.
Module 4: Adaptive Leadership
In our fast-paced and rapidly changing times, it’s more essential than ever to approach life and work with adaptability. Deepen your understanding of key global trends, and learn the essential characteristics of adaptive leaders and how you can begin to embrace change and lead even more adaptively.
The ability to have honest yet difficult conversations is critical if you want to lead with integrity. In this module, you’ll learn how to have bold conversations that will increase awareness and help modify behaviour, especially with challenging employees. Take home a useful template to help you prepare well for bold conversations.
Module 6: Deepening Resilience
Some people bounce back quickly after adversity. For others, building resilience is harder. In this time of unprecedented stress and change, learn why leaders must invest in their own renewal, and learn new tools that will help you build greater resilience.
About the Trainers
Doreen Harvey began her practice as an independent Human Resources Consultant over 20 years ago following her role as VP of HR at Sanyo Canada and senior leadership roles at Nortel Networks. She is passionate about helping leaders engage their people and align their HR strategy to their business strategy. Clients include small to mid-sized enterprises, in various industries, as well as social profit organizations. Doreen holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University and an HBA from The Ivey School of Business. She is certified in EQ-i/EQ360 (Emotional Intelligence) and is a member of the Strategic Capability Network.
Marla Konrad is a leadership coach and consultant, who draws on years of experience as an executive, and combines this with powerful communications and coaching skills to develop leaders at all levels. She is certified to coach and train with EQ-i/EQ360(Emotional Intelligence) and the Integrative Enneagram (IEQ9), and is on the faculty of Schulich’s Executive Education Centre. She trains on Adaptive Leadership, Executive Presence, and Emotional Intelligence. Prior to launching her own practice, Marla was Vice President of Executive Affairs at World Vision Canada. She is an Accredited Business Communicator and has a BA and MA from Western University.
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