As the business world evolves - through disruptions due to the pandemic, changing generational and cultural values, applied technology, marketplace dynamics, globalization, and many other factors - so do the challenges faced by our business leaders. Much of our leadership wisdom comes from past experiences of what worked (or didn't) years ago, and if you are under 35 years of age, much of what has been role-modeled for you is out of date. Our world is evolving quickly, and our leadership practices need to keep up. So, how do we know what we need in order to lead well...tomorrow?
Join Carol Murray, leadership coach and consultant with strong ties to our ULI community, for a lively and hands-on discussion exploring:
The competencies most highly correlated to leadership effectiveness
The actual work of leaders; what great leaders do when leading well
How to prepare yourself now for leading larger initiatives tomorrow
Why you must develop your leadership potential even if you are not in a formal leadership role
Practical tips for leading even better immediately, no matter your role, personality or aspiration
The one change that changes everything when developing your leadership skills
Once you have registered, you will be provided access to The Leadership Circle's cutting edge 360 Leadership Assessment and instructions for completing it before the workshop. The Leadership Circle has created the first Universal Model of Leadership which integrates the best theory and research on leadership development available today. The science behind it magnifies why leaders do what they do and how they can transform. When your leaders transform, so does your organization. This translates into better results and a measurable impact for your business and life.
Carol E. Murray The Lifework Institute
As co-founder of The Lifework Institute, Carol brings more than 25 years of experience coaching executives and their senior teams through challenging periods of growth and change. A ULI member herself, Carol has offered her insights to thousands of members including - District Council Advisory Boards, National Product Councils, Incoming District Council Chairs, participants of District Council Leadership Programs and attendees at Fall meetings. In her private practice, she provides leadership coaching and consulting to senior executives in real estate and related industries to build responsible, sustainable and industry-leading organization, both regionally and nationally. She's committed to supporting the ULI mission through helping members enhance their leadership effectiveness.