Empowering Women Leaders
I, along with my colleague, Lillas Hatala, am excited to be working with Edwards School of Business Executive Education on a new initiative – the Empowering Women Leaders Program. The five-day plus coaching program provides an opportunity for women to step away, have conversations with other women, and work with foundational and leading edge research and practices most relevant for today’s women leaders. Topics will include building leadership identity, negotiating for self and others and integration of career and life as well as a new to Saskatoon, 360 feedback process. This program is for women, designed and offered by women, and provides an environment where women can discuss their experiences, leadership challenges and successes and support one another.
Details regarding the 2020 Program coming soon, further information provided here.
Leadership Development Program (LDP)
If you are looking for a comprehensive leadership development program, check out the University of Saskatchewan’s LDP. Over five sessions, senior facilitators support you in enhancing your leadership capacity and in bringing out the best in yourself, your teams and organization.
Linda has facilitated day one of the LDP since the program’s inception in 2001. As well as exploring the topic of leadership, you will receive feedback from others on your leadership, using the Leadership Practices Inventory developed by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner. Check out Linda’s blog on the potential of leadership feedback.
People leave affirmed of their leadership strengths and areas for development as well as a new appreciation of how they can bring out the best in others.
“A very valuable course for everyone looking to learn about their leadership practice and how to improve” – R. Voice
Next Offering: Starts March 31, 2010 Registration & Details
You can also contact Linda to have a leadership development program designed for you and your organization, and to receive ongoing coaching support.
Emotional Intelligence: The Other Side Of Smart
There is growing evidence that the range of abilities now commonly known as Emotional Intelligence (EQ) plays a key role in determining success in life and in the workplace. And the good news, EQ can be improved through education and practice. In this session, you will:
- Hear about the compelling Business Case for Emotional Intelligence
- Learn about the key Emotional Intelligence concepts
- Receive and review your EQ using the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal
- Work with techniques for applying emotional intelligence at work and home
“This course is a good balance of instruction, group, and one on one discussion. Use of other media (eg. videos) as resource material that enabled understanding of and development of EI.” -Joanne Kowalski
Watch for 2020 dates.
You can also book a one or two day session on emotional intelligence for your team or organization.