Leadership Development on the Fly (A Leadership Webinar from ILA)


Leadership Development on the Fly:

50 Common Sense (But Not Very Common)
Ways to Bring Out the Leader in Everyone

Featuring Scott J. Allen & Mitchell Kusy

Announcing the June installment of ILA’s 2011 Leadership Perspectives webinar series
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM EDT
Registration is free for ILA members and only $24.95 for non-members

Imagine a workplace where people feel engaged in their tasks and purpose, where people want to stay and invest their careers, where everyone leads with confidence and feels ownership. What if you could accomplish all of this simply by changing how you coach others?

Beyond planning, organizing, and controlling, a manager’s job routinely requires teaching and helping employees make sense of their role in the organization, increase their technical proficiency, and behave in an ethical and trustworthy manner. It also requires motivating peak performance and inspiring a commitment to personal growth. In today’s complex and fast-changing business climate, managers at all levels are our best hope at developing leadership on the fly – each and every day.

Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM EDT
Register: http://ila-net.org/webinars/onthefly

As a participant of this webinar, you will leave with:

  • several concrete ideas for developing a personalized system of development in your organization
  • a better understanding of leadership development and how a few simple changes in style can lead to big results
  • a clear vision for a new paradigm in developing leaders in any organization, any industry, anywhere in the world.

Join today for complimentary access to ILA webinars, leadership publications, networking, and so much more!

Visit: www.ila-net.org/join

Webinar registration is:
free for ILA members
and
$24.95 for non-members

 
Scott J. Allen

An assistant professor of management at John Carroll University, Scott teaches courses in leadership and management. In addition to coauthoring Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for College Students (Jossey-Bass) and the corresponding suite of resources, he has published in various journals. He also blogs at www.weeklyleader.net.

 
Mitchell Kusy

A Fulbright Scholar in international organization development and professor in the PhD program in Leadership & Change at Antioch University, Mitchell previously served as head of organization development for HealthPartners and leadership development for American Express. Mitchell has authored five business books and hundreds of articles, including Toxic Workplace! Managing Toxic Personalities and Their Systems of Power, with Elizabeth Holloway.

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