In this moment of profound uncertainty, people need, more than ever, prepared leaders to guide and reassure them.
Empathic and communicative Leadership, capable to drive organizations along a path of transformation in uncertainty can make the difference, in this though moment when all our belief, hopes and projects for the future seem to be “on hold”.
During this webinar we will share our experience on the theme of Leadership in times of uncertainty and change. We will bring examples of what’s going on in Europe at the time of Coronavirus reporting the dynamics we are observing here during this complex, and unprecedented situation and their impacts on organizations. We will discuss together what leaders can do by leveraging skills such as active listening, empathy and effective communication to drive their people through this situation.
We will look at how leveraging direct, personal and empathic communication, leaders can spread a sense of shared purpose in which all the people who are part of the organization can be recognized.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
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Andrea Laus, SkillGym
Matteo Malatesta, SkillGym
When dealing with change and uncertainty, it is even more important to hone our communication skills and strengthen the bonds of trust that are essential to healthy teams and individuals.
After this session, you will be able to:
Jeff Williamson, Ed.D.
Dr. Williamson currently serves at Olivet Nazarene University, as the Executive Director of Corporate Engagement. Before this assignment he was the Dean, School of Graduate & Continuing Studies at Olivet from 2010-2012.
Prior to his service at ONU, he was a Professor of Organizational Leadership and Associate Dean at the George Jetter School of Business at Mount Vernon Nazarene University (OH).
A graduate of Olivet Nazarene University, he continued his education at Ball State University earning an M.A. in Speech Communication. In 2002, he earned the Doctor of Education degree (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership from Argosy University. In 2007, he completed a certification program in Fundraising Management at the Lily Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, and in 2008-09, was a post-doctoral student at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business.
Dr. Williamson has taught graduate courses such as: Coaching, Mentoring & Conflict Resolution, Leadership Paradigms, Intrapersonal Leadership, Management Communication, Organizational Behavior, Managing Change, and Strategic Management.
In 2017, Dr. Williamson founded CMG Group that provides executive coaching, training, and people development. In addition, he is a Gallup-trained Strengths Coach, and leadership consultant to higher education, business, and industry. He is the Chicago area Strengths Evangelist with Soar.com, a global strengths coaching platform and his profile is: www.soar.com/jeff
You may also follow him at www.coachmentorguide.com on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjeffwilliamson/ and on Facebook at: CMG Group- Coach Mentor Guide
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The strengths approach is based upon the belief that each of us have a unique set of gifts, talents, and strengths. These strengths are defined as “patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior” (Clifton, 1998) that impact how we operate, function in teams, and solve problems together. Rather than a focus on fixing weaknesses, the strengths approach invests in learning and applying strength as tools to overcome our weaknesses.
At Tangram we believe that calling L&D a “support function” is a total misnomer. You don’t just “support” the business — you are a vital part of the business and a key contributor to the overall strategy! Being pigeonholed as a support function can keep learning teams from recognizing their full potential, so in this session we’ll invite you to think about L&D differently. We’ll challenge some ingrained behaviors and share new places to focus your energy so you can magnify your efforts and increase your impact.
In this session, you will:
Julie Dozier, Tangram Learning
Julie Dozier started Tangram Learning to provide learning experiences for learning leaders and build a creative space for rejuvenation and inspiration. In her past life she was the Head of Learner Experience & Innovation at Kraft Heinz. She also managed a global curriculum at McDonald’s and designed learning solutions at AllenComm, where she worked with companies like Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and LEGO.
Tangram Learning can help you transform learning at your organization. Their virtual workshops are 60 minutes, very interactive, and designed to solve the real problems you’re facing. Tangram also offers team bootcamps and consulting at every stage of your journey, from strategy development to implementation support.
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