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DESIGNING LEADERSHIP SESSION 4 – AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP: DESIGN YOUR PERSONAL BRAND + LEAD WITH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Led by Peter Mostachetti, Global Solutions Leader, Leadership & Management Development, IBM.

Day 4 begins with a focus on Authentic Leadership – knowing who you are as a leader – and how to communicate your ‘brand’ as a leader. Participants will explore personal brands in life and in leadership and define their vision and mission as a leader. They will create their own personal brand as a leader and create a plan of how to ‘market’ their brand. The second half of the day continues with Emotional Intelligence: The New Yardstick for Leaders. This session focuses on understanding the difference between EQ and IQ. Participants will learn about the impact of EQ on organizational performance and why there is increased focus on the people side of the equation in the workplace. Goleman’s model of five EI components serves as the framework for the discussion and lays the foundation for increased awareness of the EI of individuals and teams in your organization. Through a focus on self-awareness, participants will consider ways in which they can increase their own EI.

Designing Leadership 2017 consists of five classroom sessions, each with a focus on a different leadership competencies and techniques. Expert faculty, instructors and mentors from The Wharton School and seasoned consultants from the IBM Leadership Academy will ground participants in real-life scenarios and shared experiences so that they come away with a strong sense of purpose. Click here to apply to join this year’s Designing Leadership cohort.

Dates:

  • September 28th
  • October 5th
  • October 19th
  • November 2nd
  • November 16th

Location:

Center City Location TBA

Fee:

$1,000 per participant

Apply Now:

Click here to apply to join this year’s Designing Leadership cohort.

Questions or info:

Tommy Butler 
(215) 790-3827
[email protected]

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia