Leadership I - L.E.A.D
Will consist of four individual, three and a half hour trainings each. Courses are designed to be attended in sequential order, but if participants wish to only attend certain courses, the content will still be high-value and educationally effective.
A separate registration is available for each individual course.
L - Leadership 101
Finding and defining your personal leadership style. What is important to you, how do you want to be known, how to develop your own brand, how to advance your career.
E - Establish Yourself as a Leader
Building a leadership presence, gaining and leveraging influence. Encouragement! Caring for yourself and for your team. The strategic advantage of putting people first.
A - Art of Leadership vs. The Science of Management
Authenticity, Assessment, and asking questions instead of making statements. Why diversity matters and how to become an inclusive leader.
D - Don't Overreact, But Don't Underreact
How to have courageous conversations and communicate effectively while making the right decisions for and with your team and for your career. Identifying and breaking through barriers or constraints preventing progress.
Each class has been approved for .2 CEU's
Registration Deadline September 4, 2019
Courses will take place at the APRA Office the second Tuesday of each month from September - December, 2019 followed by Leadership II taking place the second Tuesday of each month from February - May, 2020.
Four course pack:
With over 17 years of boots-on-the-ground work in various local governments, government-affiliates, and non-profits in Arizona, including statewide leadership of the Arizona City and County Management Association and Arizona Women Leading Government, I am a tactician and practitioner who has honed leadership skills and developed strategies to effectively train other public servants and those engaged in the work of building and developing communities.