“I learned that all people want to work hard and will work hard, given the right job and the right conditions, because it feels supremely good to excel.” – Edward Hallowell, MD
The older models of leadership no longer inspire other people, regardless of their age or experience. Culture teaches that we change by using the 3 F’s. Not true; we change using the 3 R’s. In this workshop, participants will learn from evidenced-based psychology what it means to be inspiring and why. They’ll walk away with a better understanding the physiology and neurobiology of personal presence.
This workshop is designed for:
- C-suite executives
- Individuals who want to influence others more effectively
Participants in the workshop will:
- Become clear about current and relevant ways to develop their leadership style and presence.
- Learn how to catch themselves if they’re falling into the negative F way and choose the R way to be inspiring.
- Do some myth-busting on inspiring others.
- Understand the role of self-regulation in improving presence.
- Explore some coach-like skills to improve presence and reduce intimidation.
- Recall past leaders with skills to emulate — and those with behaviors to avoid.
Participants will leave this workshop with:
- A list of competencies and skills that fit their needs and aspirations.
- Experience using behaviors that inspire others, practiced during the session.
- Confidence to show up like a trusted partner by following 7 key tips — and an understanding of how NOT to act like a rookie manager.