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MEANINGS NOT IN WORDS BUT PEOPLE. What is your leadership style. ARE YOU AS A LEADER A GOOD LISTENER? Look at speaker Ask questions Don’t interrupt Don’t change subject Emotion KEEP CURRENT OF UNDERCURRENT Responsive listening: when people feel that their leads no longer listens or responds, they will go somewhere else GREAT LEADERS ARE GREAT LISTENERS 4 H QUESTIONS TO BECOME A BETTER LISTENER HEART: WHAT IS THEIR HEART HOPE: WHAT IS THEIR HOPE HURT HOW CAN I HELP THEM
Have you ever co-led a program or project with another leader, and walked away thinking, never again? Do you dread having to collaborate, with the sub-text, I just wish I could have done this on my own?
The Parachute Project, designed by Joss Rowlands and John Breeze, was born from a co-leading experience during the prestigious Coaches Training Institute’s Leadership program.
In keeping with their own greater purpose of bringing co-leadership into the world, Joss and John work with leadership partners to help them embrace the experience of creating meaningful relationship, collaboration and intimacy. This opens them up to the joy of co-leadership, which expands their own influence as leaders in their own worlds.
John Breeze is a recovering engineer who’s now in his fourth (or so) career and believes he may have finally got it right! John trained with the Coaches Training Institute’s coaching program, then embraced the Leadership program. He’s been involved in various ways with the coaching and leadership community in the last five years and was recently recruited into the Co-Active Leadership Co-Ambassador team. John works with business owners and creative self-directed professionals, helping them harness their unique strengths and talents to build a thriving business and take responsibility for their lives.
Joss Rowlands is a CTI coaching grad, CPCC, and Co-Active Leadership grad. Her focus is self-mastery in the areas of intensity, complexity and drive. She brings the results (and mis-steps) of this to mentoring coaches and leaders in transition. Joss embraces the concept of Leaders holding responsibility for their worlds, while noting that these self-same words promote diversity and individuality and a greater need for the inter-dependence of spirit.
Join us for a conversation that will expand your own leadership through co-leadership.
The 21st Century workplace requires a new paradigm, a Systems Oriented Leadership model. Marita and Faith will help us imagine a new paradigm, and be inspired to engage in a new way.
Marita Fridjhon, MSW, ORSC Certified, PCC, CPCC, is the co-owner and CEO of the Center for Right Relationship Global. She designs curriculum and operates training programs in Relationship Systems Work for coaches, executives and teams. She has an international mentor coaching practice of individuals, partnerships and teams. Her primary focus in coaching is on systemic change, leveraging diversity, creative communication, deep democracy in conflict management and the development of Learning Organizations.
Juneteenth is a good time for leaders to declare their Leadership Freedom. Some leaders struggle with many factors that cause leadership power to be subjugated by their own personal tyrannies.
Juneteenth, recognized on June 19, commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas in 1865.
And so as it pertains to leadership, what are the things that cause us to not recognize our leadership freedom? Let’s talk about three things: fear, oppression, and ignorance.
Women in Leadership - A Competitive Advantage.
Leadership matters. It's that simple. Now, more than ever we need effective leadership to address the complex problems of our times. Traditional leadership roles and organizational structures will not support the level of complexity we are faced with today. We must change our perspectives and approaches in order for our organizations and communities to thrive.
We believe the time is right for more women to step into leadership roles. Chris Neilands and Gina Paigen will present research findings that support the business case to devote more resources to develop women leaders.
Plan to join Chris Neilands and Gina Paigen for this dialogue and learn more about the factors that shape the future of leadership. For more information, visit www.thevoiceofleadership.com
Join the Voice of Leadership Thursday, August 16th from 8 - 9 PM EST for a conversation with Paul McGinniss, Coach and North American Master Trainer of the NeuroLeadership Group and Beth Jones, Coach and Lead Trainer of the NeuroLeadership Group.
This is a conversation that you will want to hear: Paul and Beth bring the neuroscience of the brain and leadership together: how does a leader's message get heard and why do some people hear your message and others don’t. What keeps us from truly living our brilliance?
Airing live, you'll have the opportunity to ask Paul, Beth, Tammy and Linda questions and share your thoughts. Call-in number is (310) 982-4166.
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