You may not be seeing your team members every day. They still need you - now more than ever. Leadership and communication are pivotal in a crisis and in times of change. What do you need to be a great leader even in the midst of overwhelmingly challenging circumstances? 1. Exceptional Leaders Focus on Empathy. Everyone is struggling right now. Everyone needs support, but they may need it in...
Women Who Thrive: Global Leadership In A Competitive World
During this webinar, Elizabeth Jende Chevalier will be joined by Dr. Shanayasha Sauls and Alex Rizzuto to discuss:
- Creating clarity about your personal development strategy
- Building a coalition of supporters and mentors
- Developing the courage to speak up for what you want
This webinar provides useful, actionable guidance for corporate leaders, team managers and HR professionals. The conversation will be engaging for all women leaders & emerging leaders, especially those from groups who are typically underrepresented in corporate leadership roles.
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July 24, 2020
Innovation isn’t a magical process. It’s disciplined, strategic and repeatable – and it’s mandatory for organizations that want to succeed in today’s fast-paced business world.
Join Elizabeth Jende Chevalier and innovation experts Bill Swedish and Kathleen Douglas, as they discuss creating a culture of innovation so your organization and your people can transform, grow and thrive.
April 3, 2020
The event will include a keynote presentation from Dr. Matteel Knowles, Greenville Technical College vice president for student services, motivational speaker and transformation coach.
Local business and community leaders will take part in an interactive panel discussion regarding the role of leadership skills and leadership development in technical and trade jobs. They’ll share guidance on how leadership skills are necessary for career success whether you’re in a management position or in your first career-path role.
Facilitated group discussion will also offer students the opportunity to interface and gain insight from business professionals in attendance.