Every leader needs to continue to learn, develop and be able to adjust their skill sets. The Practice of Leadership involves self-awareness, interpersonal effectiveness, inspiring others, effective listening, communication and developing teamwork. Retired Brigadier General John DiNapoli, of the US Army, brings his extensive military and corporate leadership experience to this three day workshop where you will:
Engage in interactive exercises to guide you through creating a leadership action plan that will help elevate your ability to lead with confidence, responsibility, and influence.
Work on solutions to real business situations to incorporate once back at your office.
INSTRUCTOR: John DiNapoli, Brigadier General (Ret) US Army
John DiNapoli, has over 30 years of leadership experience that spans both the military and civilian sectors. he has commanded units of various sizes including companies, battalions, and brigades. John retired in 2016 as a Brigadier General (BG) in the NJ Army National Guard. With 25 years in healthcare positions of increased responsibility include Sales Representative, Manager, Account Director and Vice President for Pharmaceutical and Medical Supply companies including: GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Marion Merrill Dow, SmithKline Beecham, MEDecision, Blistech and Medical Action Industries. John has an MBA grad and is Adjunct Professor from Rutgers University; Masters in Strategic Studies, The US Army War College; BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from Gettysburg College. Brigadier General DiNapoli offers a unique blend of direct leadership experience from both the military and healthcare sectors with the added benefit of classic training. His background has enabled him to teach, coach and mentor executives at various levels in diverse environments.
The road to success is littered with urgent tasks, critical opportunities, increasing uncertainty, and many distracting shiny objects. It is no wonder that organizations find themselves sidelined while dealing with information overload, competing values, and conflicting priorities. When the wheels come off, productivity stalls, good people make bad decisions and teams get stuck. This kills momentum and drags down revenue and profit. The question isn’t whether this happens, but how leadership responds to the challenge. This session provides the keys to unlock the potential of your team and accelerate along the road to success. You will:
- Apply a powerful formula to improve engagement, performance and profitability.
- Identify and address blockers, blind spots and behaviors undermining your progress.
- Implement techniques to recapture positive momentum for yourself and your team.
INSTRUCTOR: Douglas Brown
Doug is an executive coach, change catalyst, and professional speaker who helps business owners and executives regain their mojo and lead their organizations to improved productivity and profit. He has built his career tackling tough problems and turning difficult situations into opportunities for growth. Doug’s leadership advice has been featured in The Hartford Business Journal, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Post, Wired.com, and Fox Business.
A former attorney, Doug served as a global executive for a top worldwide logistics company before designing and teaching masters’ programs in leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation at the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.
Emotions influence the decisions we make, the actions we take, and the goals we pursue. Leaders high in emotional intelligence are able to reach organizational goals and facilitate growth through their ability to influence, inspire, and show empathy. In this workshop, you will:
- Identify people, events, and environments that cause high levels of stress and inefficiency and learn how to deal with them more effectively.
- Apply strategies to influence and inspire others, respond to their needs more effectively, improve communication, build solid teams, and provide outstanding customer service.
- Create a blueprint for sustaining high levels of motivation, productivity, and fulfillment in daily life situations.
And don’t worry; you won’t have to talk about your feelings.
instructor: Dr. Theo Tsaousides
A New York City-based neuropsychologist, clinician, researcher, educator, and author, Theo provides services to individuals, groups, and organizations, both locally and nationally and is founder of The LEAP Center, a personal development company focused on self-improvement and goal achievement, by translating science into practical daily strategies.