Thursday, November 8, 2018
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
For anyone with the ambition to join the next generation of industry leaders, so much of the conversation — and even research — that drives our discussions about who is ready for leadership is about how to change ourselves externally to make a better impression: how we speak, how we dress, how we present ourselves, which projects we take on, how late we can be seen working in the office, and who we spend time with. However, presenting ourselves professionally is not a replacement for knowing our authentic leadership style and having the tools and practices that will work best with that style for managing our team and professional relationships.
In a talk that is both personal and poignant, Kadesh demonstrates some of the key methods for addressing differences in our internal leadership narratives across the generations and levels of seniority in the workplace, with the use of authentic leadership. Through her conversational style, Kadesh brings together research-driven and data-informed strategies that any audience member will find immediately useful in their own careers and professional relationships. Feeling stuck in the leadership journey? Get inspired with the tools and insight needed to find and move forward to your own beat.
- Participants will learn how the latest research within positive psychology and organizational behavior allows for leaders to more effectively integrate useful feedback into their management practices.
- Participants will begin to understand the anthropological roots behind our leadership choices and which choices authentically fall into the “leader” category.
- Participants will learn which stress management strategies produce resilience and which stunt personal and professional growth.
- Participants will learn how to use plate management and delegation as a tool for growth for themselves and their relationships with their teams.
Benefits of Workshop
- Participants will be able to better receive and distribute useful feedback to colleagues in situations where it is most needed.
- Participants will be able to more effectively self-assess their choices on a spectrum of leadership.
- Participants will learn how to better manage stressful management decision points.
- Participants will learn how to more effectively manage their workflow through interpersonal skills and delegation techniques.
For anyone with the ambition to join the next generation of industry leaders, emerging leaders struggling to find their authentic leadership voice in their workplaces, and veteran managers struggling to develop the next era of leaders in their workplace
About the Trainer
Kadesh Conroy began her career in Human Resources with Novartis and Explorica. She is now the Global Director of HR for Ivy Gate International Education Group, which serves students in China and the U.S. Kadesh facilitates corporate team building and inclusion trainings. She is also a published author, most notably of “100 Ways 100 Days”, a guide for achieving peak personal performance through positive psychology. Kadesh has won multiple collegiate public oration titles at Northeastern University and served in several leadership roles within her chapter of the nation’s first African American sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Unless otherwise noted, all workshops are held on the 2nd Floor Conference Center at the NonProfit Center, conveniently located in Downtown Boston at 89 South Street, Boston 02111 near South Station. For detailed directions please visit http://www.nonprofitcenterboston.org/directions