The Personal Leadership Hour is a chance to explore topics related to self-leadership, personal growth and influence. These monthly virtual sessions offer ideas and best practices around impactful topics for leaders across the globe.
Led by Trish Candler
Leaders who master self-management successfully minimize distractions and time-wasters to produce high-quality work. How do you increase this competency to become a complete leader? It starts with self-awareness – who you are, how you show up as a leader, and why you lead the way you do. Whether you find yourself imitating a great boss, using a style of leadership you've read about, or blending in with the style of leadership at your company, it's important for you to take the first step by really exploring yourself. During this session, we will look at ways to embark on a self-awareness journey of authenticity to be the best version of yourself and leader for your team.
Led by Bill Tom
What if you could help your employees become passionate and radically engaged? Join us for our June Personal Leadership Hour where Bill Tom will highlight an underutilized process to create a winning culture and an enhanced quality of corporate life.
Led by Jalene Case
Great leaders are successful at leading themselves first. By building your self-leadership skills, you improve your goal achievement capacity, ignite your intrinsic motivation, learn how to provide yourself with support, and create your own self-leadership system. In this Personal Leadership Hour, Jalene Case will give us a system to conduct self-leadership work, with a focus for the next 30 days. You will also receive a Self-Leadership Map to cultivate your drive to do what matters most.
Led by Davina Ware
Empathy is a powerful, yet often underutilized tool for leaders. It is a pathway to trust, team building, collaborative relationships, and the assurance that your teams, clients, and partners depend on. Empathy is key to meeting business and strategic goals, all while creating a thriving work culture. In this session, Davina will teach attendees how to incorporate strategic empathy into their leadership styles to foster shared direction, enthusiastic collaboration, and authentic commitment.
Led by Ryan Lisk
If you've ever overreacted when faced with an unexpected issue or negative feedback at work, this session is for you. It can be common to react with emotion when you experience a surprising issue. You might lash out, say something you don't mean, and end up losing sleep over mishandling the situation. In this session, Ryan will introduce a tool that can help you navigate unforeseen issues and avoid losing time, productivity, or reputation. You’ll discover how to improve the way you handle an unanticipated event, a process to help get to the actual root of the issue, and how to handle feedback using questions versus assumptions.
Led by Dr. Francis Eberle
A vast number of employees are leaving jobs and accepting new ones. Dr. Francis Eberle doesn’t believe that what is being called The Great Resignation is temporary. Explore the reasons for this phenomenon and learn how you can strengthen your organization against it—by creating a people strategy. Successful companies make a people strategy a key part of their organizational strategy. In this microcourse, learn the elements of a people strategy and how it can change your company for the better.