Mastering your Personal Leadership Skills
September 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm$25
Certificate Program: Leadership & Supervision, Executive Leadership
Leadership is a skill that is developed at all levels within your career. While most people associate leadership with leading others, the most effective leaders start with a clear understanding of how to lead themselves. Having an understanding of your own leadership competencies and motivators serves as the foundation of successful leadership. Identifying a personal leadership profile provides a starting point from which individuals can address challenging issues with effective self-awareness on a team, company, or industry level.
This session encourages participants to incorporate their values, vision, and leadership styles into their work to build confidence as high performing individuals and change-makers. Group discussions, small group activities, and individual reflections will lead to the formation of a personal leadership profile.
In this workshop, participants will:
- Articulate goals around personal and professional leadership
- Reflect on the role of Vision and Values in leadership
- Articulate 1-2 leadership challenges that might prevent goals from being achieved
- Develop strategies to address those challenges
This workshop is best suited for:
- Identify a clearer career direction
- Motivate themselves and others behind a single vision
- Articulate their leadership style with greater confidence
- Address challenges that prevent them from being effective leaders
Gilles Mesrobian is on the faculty of Bard College’s MBA in Sustainability and is also a Senior Associate at the Support Center for Nonprofit Management/Partners in Philanthropy. At Bard, Gilles teaches Personal Leadership Development working with MBA students to develop leadership competencies utilizing a personal mastery approach. His professional credentials include over 26 years senior management experience in the non-profit arena, with nearly 20 years as an Executive Director. His consulting experience covers a broad range of organizational work in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector, including executive leadership transition, organizational assessment, executive search, strategic planning, and leadership development. In addition to his consulting work, Gilles facilitates several leadership training programs including the New York Foundation for the Arts’ year-long leadership program, funded through the American Express Leadership Institute.
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