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Karen Phelan: Games For Leadership Development

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Consultant, former engineer, co-founder of Operating Principals, and co-creator of Leadership Development Cards, Karen Phelan describes how games can be used effectively to develop leadership skills and build teams. Karen Phelan provides the background to using pretend style games to learn new leadership skills. The skills are based on pretending to be a famous leader of the past or present, from many different fields and accomplishments. Karen offers ideas for using the cards and games for building effective teams, and for working successfully toward the team's goals and objectives. Karen also shares how to use the games to draw out depersonalized feedback about yourself, as well as of other leaders and team members. Learn how to use games as a productive and insightful format to learn and develop leadership and teamwork building skills.

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