November Webinar: Leading Through Uncertainty: Using Authentic Leadership to Navigate Ambiguity
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/18/2020
When: Wednesday, November 18th, 2020
12:00pm-1:00pm
Where: Online - once registered you will receive a WebEx invite the week of
United States


Online registration is available until: 11/17/2020
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November Webinar: Leading Through Uncertainty: Using authentic leadership to navigate ambiguity


Hey superheroes, take off your capes (but please leave on your mask). Hey decision makers, let's check our ego for a second. In this session, attendees will be asked to think critically about the way they communicate with each other by considering this concept: authentic leadership is about using your experiences, your shortcomings and lessons learned to make yourself appear human to your co-workers, to boost morale and trust. In the midst of a critical social justice movement we must focus on what is right, not the need to be right. In the global pandemic, we must preach and practice empathy for ourselves and others. It is during this period of ambiguity and uncertainty leaders emerge, but not the ones who are trying to be perfect. No, it is the ones who recognize the power of authenticity and relatability that will inspire others right now.

In this webinar, participants will:
  • Learn the definition and application of Authentic Leadership and self-reflect to identify concrete opportunities to build authenticity within relationships and communication.
  • Identify tangible ways to improve on HR core competencies including: influence, integrity, courage, and feedback.
  • Discover the importance of being a leader and partner who is purposeful, empowering, real, and moral.

 

Speaker:

James Robilotta

Certified Speaking Professional

James and Tina LLC 

 

 

James is a professional speaker, author of Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings, and a trained improv and stand-up comedian. He uses humor to create a safe space to engage in conversations about trust, feedback, teamwork, mutual respect, leading through resilience, and more. As a speaker and as a coach, James’ goal is to provide his audience with tangible tools to improve their work and improve their lives.
 

Event Fees:

Non-Member $25.00
Member $0.00
Student Member $0.00

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TCSHRM is applying for 1 SHRM and 1 HRCI credit. Once credits are approved, we will update this event page. 

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