141 Managing Yourself to Lead Others

141 Managing Yourself to Lead Others
In life changes is inevitable. In business, change is vital 
141 Managing Yourself to Lead Others

As leaders, it's well documented that when it comes to tending our people and our organizations we are willing to undertake almost every strategy or practice save for the one most essential:  tending to our own resilience and well being.  Why does it matter?  Because you are the “secret sauce” when it comes to the success of individual and organizational performance, YOU MATTER.  

Your leadership presence is the foundation for performance.  

What is that you may ask:  “…the ability to connect authentically with the thoughts and feeling of others in order to motivate and inspire them to achieve a desired result.”*  And that focused attention is dependent upon your ability to show up open, present, connected, and healthy yourself.  We will explore:
what it means to be a resilient leader and how that relates to team and organizational resilience,
the role mindfulness plays in that presence and the link to stress,
a variety of practices that support resilience for you to model and share with your team; and 
develop a personal resilience plan to support you in showing up at your best to support the performance of your team members and the organizational mission.  

*(Leadership Presence by Kathy Lubar and Belle Linda Halpern)
Instructor: Michelle Schmitt has 29 years of experience in California State Government service specializing in organizational capacity building, leadership development, succession planning, workforce management and successful new program development & implementation collaborating across diverse stakeholder groups.
2/16/2024 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Behavioral Health Auditorium A & B 1925 E. Dakota Ave Fresno, CA 93726

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