WEBINAR SERIES

INSPIRING OTHERS WHILE ADDING VALUE TO OUR COMMUNITIES  

 

THE NEW-NORM LEADER: SOCIALLY ENGAGING IN A PHYSICALLY DISTANCING WORLD

REGISTER NOW!

JUNE 9TH AT 11:00AM (CT)

JUNE 11TH AT 2:00PM (CT)

 

 

Welcome to our Summer Webinar Series! Over the next three months, we will be offering a three-part webinar series on “The New-Norm” season.

 

 

Part 1:

The New-Norm Leader: 5 Skills for Socially Engaging in a Physically Distancing World
June 9th at 11:00 AM // June 11th at 2:00 PM
REGISTRATION OPENS: MAY 19th

 

 

Description

“If no one is following you, you are not leading but simply taking a walk.” -John Maxwell
 
Leadership has always been about people. In fact, leadership doesn’t exist without people. As the world begins to awaken from this social hibernation, we are going to need forward-thinking leaders to help us navigate our society’s rebuilding process and embrace the opportunity to create a new-normal that prioritizes people over processes and engagement over activity. These leaders are going to need time-tested principles coupled with innovative methods to guide us into this new and uncertain next season. 
 
In this webinar, I’m going to share with you the 5 skills that all leaders will need in order to navigate through this “new-norm.” A new season where social engagement is valued and physical distance is required. A season where the real leaders rise to the forefront and the pretenders fade into the background. 
 

Key Takeaways

  • Develop the framework to discover your unique vision that will inspire both yourself and your sphere of influence 
  • Understand how to cultivate healthy personal and professional relationships built upon intentionality not proximity
  • Learn how to create productive habits that produce ongoing leadership growth and development

REGISTER NOW | June 9 at 11:00 AM

REGISTER NOW | June 11 at 2:00 PM

 

Coming July 2020! | The New-Norm Job Candidate: 5 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd

Coming August 2020! | The New-Norm Employee Experience: 5 Essentials for Creating a Healthy and Effective Team Culture |