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The Voice of Leadership launches its 2015 series, aptly named The Dark Underbelly of Leadership, with special guest Joss Rolands.
This series, beginning on Thursday, January 22 at 8 PM Eastern time, will explore:
Set in a salon style conversation, Linda Lombardo and Tom Goglia host this first in a series of program about the Dark Underbelly of Leadership.
A more resonant definition of leadership
Who do we define as leaders?
What is its dark underbelly and why is it important not only to understand it, to learn to create from it?
Who are the leaders for our times, and what does that say about our leaders? What does that say about our times?
Ruth Sinkeler CPCC, ACC, Human Developer, Expert in Sexy Leadership & UBUNTU Leadership, Happy MKB, Executive/ Business Coach,Speaker, and Author shares her insight on making Leadership sexy again.
What does leadership have to do with sex?
What makes you sexy and attractive as a leader? This is the BIG question waiting to be answered.
Leadership has everything to do with being your most authentic self and living according to your values first. When you live your life from your core values and you act from them.
Leading from authenticity creates trust. And trust is one of the biggest things anyone who calls him or herself a leader needs. To create trust with people you want to follow you is one of the biggest challenges of any leader. There is nothing to lead if no one trusts you.
Is being a leader exclusively for an elite group? No it is not. There are many examples of people from all parts of society, genders and races, who stepped into their authenticity, lived according to their core values, created trust and have followers.
Another thing leaders have in common is that they truly live by their passion. Whether it is a passion for garbage cleaning or for politics. It does not matter. Anyone who has a great passion and inspires others to do the same or achieve their dreams has leader qualities
A true leader is aware of his or her impact on people and takes responsibility for his or her actions. It might happen that even if acted from authenticity, core values and passion the impact on others is not that positive. Taking responsibility is of big importance in that case. Leaders don’t just create an impact and walk away. They stay and find ways to turn things around, the positive way. After all, it was all about creating trust, right?
What does this have to do with sex? Maybe not much, but this sexy way of Leadership sure sounds hot.
Leadership expert Gordon Tredgold of GordonTredgold.com presents "People leave bosses, not companies ".
If People leave bosses not companies, and you’re a boss, then just maybe it’s you that they are talking about.
Sponsored by Lone Star College - University Park
Welcome to Visionary Leadership for Higher Education, a program designed to change the face of higher education as we know it. We hear so much about the failures of education and the future of education that the average person must begin to wonder if it is all worth it! Even those of us in the field are continually searching for answers and solutions. In spite of all of the problems in education we still hear the statistics that most anyone with a two- or four- year degree will be capable of being employed and their earning power will far surpass that of high school graduates.
In our reasoning, this is where Visionary Leadership comes in, and the purpose of this program is to provide a repository for that thought process in higher education today and a springboard for leaders toward the future. Our objective is to change, not only the opinions about higher education, but the face of higher education as well through Visionary Leadership.
Your hosts are William Ihlenfeldt, Author of Visionary Leadership and retired community college president, and Michael Mathews, Chief Strategist for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. We have both been involved in many aspects of higher education for decades and are both committed to the future of higher education. Our paths have crossed in the professional world at the community college level as well as in the literary world through various publications and titles.
Each month we will be discussing Visionary Leadership in Higher Education with individuals from around the country who have made a difference. During that hour each month you will have the opportunity to question and challenge those experts as we question and dialogue with them on the air
Join our roundtable discussion that addresses issues professional women face around the world. This esteemed group of women will come together to talk about Influence: How do I shift from “doing” or “managing” to truly leading?
Marjolein Nagel will moderate the panel featuring:
Carien van der Laan, Founder, Van der Laan & Company
Eleanor Allen, Global Director of Water Solutions, Arcadis
Violet Sistorvaris, CIO, NiSource, Inc.
Elizabeth Ruske, CEO, Tiara International LLC
View details about all of our panelists here.
Inspiring female leaders share perspective about how to progress in your careers while moving our companies toward inclusive leadership.
THE TOPIC ON THE TABLE >> CONFIDENCE
Is confidence a big deal or a non-issue? Does “the confidence gap” exist? If it does, how do we grow in this area? How can I be confident and vulnerable at the same time?
Johanneke Langenbach is a transformational business consultant who helps individuals, business teams and companies achieve amazing results.
Retired Colonel Jill Morgenthaler is a woman of many firsts. She was one of the first women to enter ROTC and train as an equal with men.
Linda Torakis is the President of McKechnie Vehicle Components, an automotive company based out of Detroit, MI.
Franciska Moors is a Managing Partner with Tiara International LLC who integrates business and academic experience with leading from intuition.