In constantly changing work environments, leaders find themselves with a variety of diverse, and often conflicting, organizational and personal situations. Gender norms, personal preferences, and implicit bias can inhibit a leader's ability to adapt. In this workshop you will learn and practice the art of situational leadership--specifically through the lens of gender differences. Being aware of personal biases and having the ability to be empathetic to the perceptions of others are paramount to developing effective situational leadership skills. To develop and hone your skills as a flexible leader, you will engage in activities and exercises that focus on emotional intelligence competencies as well as gender intelligence best practices. This will be a fun, thought-provoking, and challenging day, providing tools that you can immediately apply back at work.
(This is part of the Leadership and Management Certificate Programs, but you do not need to enroll in the programs to take this workshop.)
Tammy Jordan is the chief empowerment officer and founder of Leader Consulting Group. Founded in 2011, Leader Consulting Group is a leadership consulting firm specializing in the hospitality, not-for-profit and healthcare industries. Tammy has over 20 years of experience in organization development, training, speaking and coaching fields. In addition to her consulting, training and speaking work, Tammy enjoys researching and writing about women's leadership topics. Her most recent large-scale research project examined gender differences in core self-evaluations. Tammy holds a bachelor's degree in sociology with a concentration in human relations and work from Saint Anselm College and a master's degree in organization development and leadership from Saint Joseph's University. Tammy has extensive experience in multiple assessments and is certified in DiSC and specializes in the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI).
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