Relationships essentially make us leaders.
Relationships can increase our influence.
Relationships can also destroy our influence.
Relationships can improve our productivity.
Relationships can also dilute our productivity.
The session will provide four proven leadership insights that shift focus on healthy relationships, clear communication and employing your strengths to be a leader worth following.
Learn four insights that will help you develop your leadership.
Explore how to increase effectiveness through relationships.
Create a new way to engage the people you work with.
When we consistently complete tasks well over time, we can become leaders. Now we need to keep getting work done, while becoming a leader worth following. We know that getting tasks done doesn’t mean the rest of the team is going to be engaged to get tasks done with you.
Now, we need to continue getting great work done while becoming a leader worth following. This breakout session will help you discover how to find your leadership voice to be a leader worth following.
Presenter: Michael Brown, M.A. of Insight Leadership Group
Michael Brown is a husband, father, leadership practitioner, entrepreneur, and church planter. Michael has extensive experience coaching, training, facilitating and developing leadership programs for some of the world’s largest organizations and best-known brands. He holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall University. Michael is a certified TotalSDI Facilitator and DiSC Certified. He is a strategic partner with the Walton College of Business, Walton Executive Education program. He also serves as an adjunct instructor at Ozark Christian College, and Cincinnati Christian University.
Michael has developed customized leadership training programs and curriculum for the past seven years for senior level leadership. Michael also launched Thrive Christian Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In his spare time, he makes divots in fairways, tries to fly fish, mountain bikes and coaches his kids’ U8 and U12 world championship soccer teams. Okay, they might not be world champions yet.