Connected Leadership: Fostering and Retaining an Engaged Team, The Curtis Ballroom at the Landmark, Wednesday, 09. December 2020

Connected Leadership: Fostering and Retaining an Engaged Team
Are you a leader people want to work for? Creating a strong, engaged team translates into a more positive work environment, lower turnover, and greater productivity and collaboration. It also has a direct effect on your organization’s bottom line. Connected Leadership will help you develop the skills you need to connect with your employees. Through this dynamic, highly interactive workshop, you will learn how to build stronger relationships that increase your value, influence, and impact. You will leave with increased clarity on your leadership brand, new tools and skills, and greater confidence to engage your team and expand your influence.
Objectives:
 

1.    Lead with confidence and authenticity
2.    Excel in making new and lasting connections
3.    Make a strong, positive first impression
4.    Build trust to improve productivity, morale, loyalty, and retention
5.    Improve collaboration, reduce conflict and increase your influence

 
Timed Outline:
9:00 to 10:30
Personal Brand

Group shares about their “connected Leaders”
Group define a Connected Leader
Why Connected Leadership matters to individual and organization
Brand defined by group and speaker
Group list generation: What contributes to your personal / leadership brand
Audience choice of visual elements to teach out and try out
Verbal tools and detractors Q&A
Online impact audit
Individual activity: Your Three words. Participants begin to clarify their personal leadership brand

10:45 to 12:15
Relationship Networking

Small group flip chart activity followed by large group discussion about networking perceptions and skills
Three shifts in Relationship Networking from traditional networking 
Table activity: what would be on your bio slide: prizes given
Anatomy of a conversation with elements of the laws of likability
Table activity and group share: conversational openers and closers
Why relationships matter: The need to network internally and externally

1:00 to 2:30
Trust

Explain the 4 pillars of trust: Authenticity, vulnerability, transparency, consistency.
Activity: Break into 4 groups each gets one of the following assignments. The content is delivered through a teach out and speaker facilitation of additional content. 


1.     Develop and agree on a definition of the word TRUST.
2.     Brainstorm ways you can intentionally Build Trust at work?
3.     Brainstorm ways people Break Trust at work?
4.     How do you Restore Broken Trust?

 
About Michelle Tillis Lederman, CSP
Michelle Tillis Lederman, CSP, MBA, CPA named one of Forbes Top 25 Networking Experts, is the author of four books including the internationally known, The 11 Laws of Likability, and The Connectors Advantage. Accomplished speaker, trainer and coach, Michelle is the founder and CEO of Executive Essentials, which provides customized communications and leadership programs. A former finance executive and NYU Professor, Michelle is a regular in the media appearing on NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, CNBC, and others. She holds degrees from Lehigh University and Columbia Business School.
 

Wednesday, 09. December 2020, The Curtis Ballroom at the Landmark, Connected Leadership: Fostering and Retaining an Engaged Team

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