SIGN UP NOW!
It's FREE!

Create a Profile and Start Networking with HR Professionals
Register Now - It's Free Registration info
 
Member Content
Blogs | Questions | Files | Events | HR Groups | Members


  • Upcoming Events
  • Past Events
  • Public Events

More Virtual Conferences

Upcoming Conference
24 April - 25 April 2014

Rewards and Recognition

Upcoming Conference
29 April - 30 April 2014

Quality of Hire

Upcoming Conference
5 May - 6 May 2014

Performance Management

My Events
View and edit your current events.
Add Event

Click the "add event" button to create a listing for your event

Advertise Here
Event Calendar / Wicked Leadership: Effectively Lead Yourself and Show Others How to do the Same
Details & Time Frame
Wicked Leadership: Effectively Lead Yourself and Show Others How to do the Same
Have you ever walked out of a meeting, a new business pitch or a presentation where everything went just perfect? Where you said; “That was a wicked meeting” or “We did a wicked job”?

Definition of Wicked: very impressive; very skillful; excellent; wonderful.

The definition above is exactly what I am referring to when I use the adjective wicked. I am speaking about the importance of being a wicked leader in both those ideal and stressful situations.

Effective leaders know how to manage themselves in just about all situations and it doesn’t happen by chance.
Question: Can you manage yourself and perform in a wicked manner in challenging circumstances?
Your ability to effectively or ineffectively manage in these types of situations influences your ability to successfully lead.

Taking the time to manage your skills, emotions and reactions and perform in a “wicked” manner in any climate, are essential components of effective leadership.

We are all leaders in our own right and whether we are leading a team of 2, 25 or 200, the same principle applies – you have to become the Master Of You, before you help others master themselves. Strong leaders are what drive an organizations success, by knowing exactly how to manage, motivate, induce peak performance in themselves and show others how to do the same.

In a recent Harvard Business Review article by Peter Bregman, he shared that; “One of the defining characteristics of strong leaders is their ability to endure uncertainty and ambiguity,” and that leaders “are willing to move through shame and embarrassment and anxiety and fear.”
He then concluded that these “are the feelings of leadership as much as courage and persistence and faith.”
To be a truly remarkable leader, you must be grounded in who you are, clear in the value you bring to those around you and able to communicate your greatest assets with power and presence. Just as important, you must be able to show those you lead, how to do the same.

Author of the newly released book: True Leadership Starts with Self-Leadership and International Self-leadership and Communication coach and speaker Karen Donaldson will be delivering the webinar. She will engage you in a solid interactive hour of tools and strategies that you can use immediately to see results.
In this webinar you will learn

What you will walk away with:

~The tools to successfully manage “You”, your emotions and reactions, amid turbulence and in the face of change and uncertainty
~The role that “Selfish” Leadership plays and why you need to be a selfish yet ‘selfless’ leader to increase your performance as an effective leader
~ The number one best practice of successful leaders
01/28/2013 11:00 am o'clock
01/28/2013 12:00 pm o'clock
Karen Donaldson
City
-
-
-

Webcast information

Who should participate:

  • HR Leaders
  • Directors
  • Business Leaders
  • Professionals who lead a team of 2 or more individuals
  • What you will learn:

    What you will walk away with:
  • The tools to successfully manage “You”, your emotions and reactions, amid turbulence and in the face of change and uncertainty
  • An understanding of the role that “Selfish” Leadership plays and why you need to be a selfish yet ‘selfless’ leader to increase your performance as an effective leader
  • The number one best practice of successful leaders
  • Recommended Resources:

    True Leadership Starts With Self-Leadership: 30 Lessons to Lead Yourself and Others. Available at http://www.karendonaldsoninc.com Click here
    View full details
    Sponsors
    Speakers You must be logged in to view speakers
    Approved by HR.com This event has been approved by HR.com.
    Attachments

    Actions
    Invitations

    Type last name, first name or company.


    Type last name, first name, company or email address

    Enter a personal message that will be sent to the recipients above


    Link Use the following code to link to this event in your emails or website:
    Sitemap   |   Advertise With Us