Leadership Through a Different Lens

2/18/2022 - 11:00am to 1:30pm CST

This workshop will look at leadership through a different lens; challenge one's implicit leadership theory; use of language. It will explain how to build leadership and connect with others by creating a relational space.

You will explore what leadership is through the lens of Simon Sinek to discuss consistency and daily practice within your own practices and work with others. How can you begin creating the type of culture he is speaking about within your own context? What small step can you implement? What actions might you be doing that creates obstacles?

Participants will learn how to connect with others by creating a relational space.

Participants will explore how they can begin creating this type of culture and what may be creating obstacles for them in doing so.

Participants will learn that the most important resource in leadership as that of language.

Participants will discover how these ideas align with tenets of Individual Psychology such as social interest, building a community, a sense of belonging and contribution, as well as connection.

 

Jill Sisk, PhD is a professional with over 30 years experience in the field of psychology. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and Business from the University of Jamestown, an M.A. in Adlerian Psychotherapy from Adler Graduate School, and a Ph.D. in Family Psychology from the Harold Abel School of Psychology at Capella University. She specializes in working with child populations in the areas of life changes brought about through trauma, disaster, and loss. She has a great sense of empathy, strong in advocacy, and creatively uses techniques combined with Art and Play Therapies, as well as eco-psychology (nature as co-therapist). She is currently the program chair of the Applied Adlerian Psychology in Leadership program at Adler Graduate School

Presenter(s): 
Jill Sisk, PhD
Fee: 
$0 – $40
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