Please note the change in day/time from our usual schedule. This meeting will take place on MONDAY June 6th. This is a one time schedule change - our usual day is the 2nd Thursday in the month.
Great servant leaders are courageous, respectful, empathetic, inclusive, supportive and authentic. That’s easier said than done, particularly in times of stress, change, or unpredictability. Throw a pandemic in the mix and we have the recipe for disaster. We often are disconnected from our “dark side” – our inner control freak, manipulator, egomaniac, bully or saboteur. This presentation focuses on improving our self-awareness and using tools to ensure that our dark side doesn’t become our leadership style.
Fortunately, there are many proactive, preventative measures that you can take to manage damaging dark side behaviors and constantly reinforce the need to lead with respect. With tools and an action plan, you can create an effective strategy to improve your leadership and manage your dark side, even in the most challenging times.
PRESENTER – Paul Pelletier LL.B. PMP CAPS
Paul is a corporate attorney, project manager, author and international professional speaker. He is an advocate, consultant and trainer in workplace respect, conflict management and diversity/inclusion. Paul served on PMI’s global Ethics Member Advisory Board for 5 years. His website is https://pushingpastimpossible.com
Paul is a published author in the field of workplace bullying. Paul’s book, “The Workplace Bullying Handbook is an inspirational call to action to ending bullying at work.
|Event Date||06-06-2022 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||06-06-2022 7:00 pm|
|Cut off date||06-05-2022 12:00 pm|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1.0|