Game Changing Leadership
Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, 10:15–11:30 a.m.
Today leaders are continually challenged to do more with less, achieve aggressive targets, and be innovative. The expectation is that they deliver and achieve goals regardless of what is going on in the fast, everchanging world that we live in.
Leaders show that they are savvy and successful with the action they take and the behaviors they choose when working with their teams, key stakeholders, and employees. Gone are the days were communicating the vision, having clear goals, and saying a simple thank you is enough to get the job done. Leadership in 2016 and beyond is going to require uniquely critical skills to take organizations into the future in leaps and bounds.
By the end of this workshop, participants will:
Learn the #1 skill that will set you apart from others and position you for continued success.
Learn practical approaches to engaging others using the game changing playbook behaviors
Be able to choose behaviors that position you to be ready for the continually changing corporate environment.
The goal of this workshop is to help prepare engineers so that they can be positioned for a successful career within their organization.
About the Presenter
CEO and Founder of the Passionate Leader Institute, Jennifer Smith is one of the nation’s experts on igniting passion within leaders to help them reach their peak performance and potential. She attracts attention from the world’s leading companies because of her ability to share thought-provoking, practical approaches. Jennifer has been the coach for hundreds and spoken in front of thousands of leaders across four continents having an impact in over ten industries.
A former senior leader working for companies such as General Electric, Munich Re America, and Panasonic she led teams delivering leadership development, succession planning, performance management, compensation and high potential programs while managing million dollar budgets. Her desire to be of service motivates her to offer pro bono facilitation as well as coaching to people who have been out of work and are struggling to find their next job.