This course meets on the following dates: 3/6, 3/20, 4/3, 4/17, 5/1, 5/15
In today’s complex changing world, individuals, organizations and communities need to continuously adapt to both opportunities and unexpected roadblocks in order to survive. The conditions to be successful are constantly shifting, requiring people from all sectors to lead with a new kind of courage and skill. It is increasingly important for leaders to learn to challenge the status quo, to be agile, and to mobilize others to step forward into the unknown with them.
NorthSky’s new Adaptive Leadership Series is designed to give leaders at all levels practical tools and tactics for becoming more adaptive in a complex changing world. Utilizing the Ronald Heifetz book, The Practice of Adaptive Leadership, this series will provide you with the knowledge base you’ll need to be a more adaptive leader, while also connecting you to a trusted circle of peers. Together, you will reflect and seek feedback on your mindsets, behaviors and next steps.
As a participant you’ll learn how to:
Think and execute amidst constantly changing challenges
Gather a larger balcony view of possibilities
Define a systematic approach to take action
Reframe other’s interpretations that lead to conflict
Identify your own triggers and scope of authority
Lead from a place of strength and purpose
Pre-interview with facilitator required
Required confidentiality agreement signed at start of program
The cost of this program is $300
Applications due by February 26, 2018
This pilot program is being offered at a reduced rate with partial underwriting by Rotary Charities. Participants agree to provide feedback to help improve the program through a post-program focus group and anonymous surveys.
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Lucille Chrisman is a Certified Executive Coach with over 30 years experience working with leaders, management teams, and organizations, helping them gain clarity, focus and action in reaching personal and professional goals.
As Vice President of Public Affairs and Executive Director of Development, at Saginaw Valley State University, along with Associate Director of Philanthropy for The Nature Conservancy, Lucille has a deep understanding of challenges of nonprofit leaders. In addition to her nonprofit leadership, she also experience as a for-profit leader, conducting customized corporate trainer programs within the US through the American Management Association. Lucille has been a full time professor at CMU and SVSU, teaching Effective Communications, Business Communications, Small Group Communication and Organizational Leadership.
Lucille is a certified coach from The Coaches Training Institute and is a member of the International Coaching Federation.