UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
Leadership Workshop

Leadership Effectiveness Workshop

Dates:  April 30 - May 2, 2018  &  October 16 - 18, 2018
Location:  Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Cost:  $4,500-$4,900

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It’s a common paradox: The people who get promoted to leadership positions often have no previous leadership experience. The fact is, we all have to start somewhere. But moving from individual contributor to leader is a big leap that comes with big risks: Leaders who are unsuccessful during their first transition to leadership are unlikely to ever be successful as leaders. Period.

The Leadership Effectiveness Workshop eases that transition by working with leaders within their first five years of leadership experience. This innovative workshop focuses on building the core skills that make for effective leadership.

Participants get an understanding of the transition process, gain awareness of their own leadership style, master tools for enhancing motivation through effective feedback and coaching, and learn mindsets and techniques for leading and influencing groups and teams.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Leaders within their first five years of leading others.

POST-PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Gain awareness of your leadership style
  • Influence groups and teams more effectively
  • Enhance motivation through effective feedback and coaching
  • Recognize the psychological needs that inform how to motivate others
  • Earn 2.3 CEUs

FACULTY

mabel miguel

Mabel Miguel, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Director of the Global Business Center
Mabel Miguel teaches core leadership and management skills. Mabel has over 20 years’ experience working with executives from North America, South America, Asia, and Europe to develop and deepen their leadership capabilities.

rob goldberg

Rob Goldberg, Affiliate Faculty, Founder, Organization Insight LLC
As the founder and managing partner of Organization Insight, LLC, Rob Goldberg focuses on assisting organizations implement strategic and cultural changes, developing executive teams to effectively lead their organizations, and building individual leadership capacity through training and coaching.

Will Maddux

William Maddux, Professor of Organizational Behavior
William Maddux is a psychologist interested in how human behavior is affected by the increasing globalization of business and society. His primary research interests include cross-cultural psychology, creativity, decision-making, negotiations, and leadership.


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