Wed, Oct 11|
Webinar (7.5 CPD Hours)
Learning Circles – Expanding Your Influence
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.
Time & Location
Oct 11, 11:00 a.m. – Nov 15, 12:15 p.m.
Webinar (7.5 CPD Hours)
About the Event
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.
Wednesdays from 11:00 am – 12:15 pm ET,
from October 11 – November 15, 2023
- A 75-minute weekly Zoom gathering over 6 weeks
- 6 customized modules
- A focus on practical tools and models you can apply immediately
- Peer coaching and learning
- An optional 15-minute group Q&A time with the facilitators immediately after module
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
Module 1: Power, Influence & Accountability
There’s a key difference between power and influence, and good leaders know the difference and how to use both effectively. They also know the impact of effective accountability. Understand how to use your points of power in a healthy and productive way and how to use influence, delegation and healthy accountability to achieve strategic outcomes.
Module 2: Executive Presence
Based on the concept of Executive Presence as a superpower, we’ll explore a model built around the acronym CAPE™: Communications, Actions, Polished Presence & Emotional Intelligence. Learn how to accelerate your impact and increase your self-awareness, skills and approach in all four categories.
Module 3: Navigating Toxic Cultures & Leaders
Toxicity in the workplace affects everyone. It negatively impacts productivity, performance and morale. In a word, it makes people miserable. How can we identify it and how might we manage through toxic situations? We’ll explore how to identify signs of workplace and leadership toxicity and how to effectively navigate it as leaders.
Module 4: The Leader as Coach
The best leaders develop their people by helping them identify and build on their strengths and abilities, and then helping them move through challenges to realize their potential. Using a practical coaching model, we’ll explore the importance of inquiry, listening, and feedback, and how a coaching mindset can help you better influence and lead others.
Module 5: Emotional Intelligence 1
Emotional Intelligence is often touted as one of the most important characteristics of good leaders. Building on our EQ learnings from the Executive Presence module, we’ll go deeper on two key components of Emotional Intelligence – Self-Perception and Self-Expression – using the EQ-i 2.0 model. Gain a greater awareness of your own EQ, explore ideas to develop it, and learn why EQ is so critical for leaders, aspiring leaders and strong team players.
Module 6: Emotional Intelligence 2
In this module, we’ll focus on three additional core components of Emotional Intelligence: Interpersonal Skills, Decision-Making and Stress Management. Build awareness and greater confidence in your EQ and explore ideas to develop your EQ in these categories.
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, building a culture that motivates. 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 Enneagram and teaches in the ExecEd program at the Schulich School of Business. 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.
7.5 CPD Hours