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Ingrid Bredenberg: Leadership as a Practice, Not a Position

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Ingrid Bredenberg is the go-to expert for leaders who want to build cohesive teams that focus on results. Known for her innovative and proven approaches, she equips emerging and seasoned leaders with the essential leadership skills of creativity, communication and strategic thinking. As the senior faculty for Leadership Innovation Academy she develops leadership programs for NY hospitals and State government. During the last 30 years she has worked with thousands of leaders, hundreds of teams and scores of organizations in healthcare, education, government, and business. Her master’s degree is in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. She is currently researching the use of labyrinths in leadership development and decision-making.

About our discussion she says, "Change is everywhere. Is your team ready for what’s next? In a dynamically changing economic environment, teams must to be responsive, resilient and results-focused. Your job is to lead your team from where it is now to where it needs to be, by creating a clear path of action. We’ll explore the Work of Leaders, a research-based approach to leadership that encourages leaders to understand their own leadership styles while developing competence in the best practices of crafting a Vision, building Alignment, and championing Execution. The take aways: Leadership tips to advance team performance; Strategic framework of Vision, Alignment, and Execution; and Leadership action plan."

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