Inwardly-Focused Outwardly Effective Leadership Workshop
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About the Event
This workshop puts forth the notion that leaders need to do internal work if they want to be outwardly-effective.
- Understand the role of leaders as shapers of culture;
- Acquire an understanding that leaders need to work from the inside out;
- Learn how the brain develops habitual ways of thinking; and
- Discover practices, which help you break through these habitual ways of thinking so you can make more positive and informed choices.
What People Are Saying:
"Liked learning how to take mindfulness into the process of observation, assumption and reaction as a way to
get better results."
"Group work was really interesting. Liked practical tools/take-aways"
"The use of real-life situations was very helpful. Walked away with tangible tool - “take a beat” exercise to
"Outstanding!! Be generous in my assumptions and reflect – take a beat!"
Meet the Expert:
Joyce Schroeder, M.S. brings to this practice a wealth of experience in organizational culture, which includes 16 years in corporate America and 20 years as an external organizational change consultant. It was her curiosity about groups and how they work that led her to this field. Committed to lifetime learning and honing her craft, she trained as a corporate coach, got her Master’s Degree in Organizational Development and Leadership and is a Certified Positive Psychology Practitioner.
She earned her stripes as a consultant through her work with industrial organizations, helping them transform their workplace cultures to achieve workplace safety. It was through this work that she developed her abilities to design and conduct targeted interventions to help organizations work through their cultural issues. She has extensive experience working with C-Suite executives, assessing the culture of an organization, setting up high-performing teams and conducting leadership workshops.
A frequent guest speaker, she has presented full-day seminars at various industry professional development conferences. Of particular note are the speeches she gave at the Con Edison Strategic Issues Seminar in April, 2014 and the plenary speeches she gave at both the 2012 and 2015 Earlham School of Religion Leadership Conferences and at the 2014 New York Yearly Meeting for the Religious Society of Friends.
Ms. Schroeder started Flourishing Culture Consultants in July, 2016. In this practice, she applies the lessons she has learned and the skills she has developed when dealing with large industrial organizations to all organizational groups. https://flourishingcultures.com/who-we-are/
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