What Matters Most Now? Reflect, Reframe, Recalibrate to Elevate Your Leadership | Sessions

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What Matters Most Now? Reflect, Reframe, Recalibrate to Elevate Your Leadership
Wednesday 06/26/2024 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Interpersonal (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level
Workplace Application:
Powerful, strategic questions to reflect, reframe, and recalibrate your personal and professional life so you can cultivate clarity, get unstuck, and take meaningful action. 

The past few years have served as a catalyst for many of us to pause and reflect, to reinvent and reimagine, and to show up more intentionally. In the midst of continued change, it's never been more important for us to reconnect to what matters most, both personally and professionally. We can start doing that by accessing the power of curiosity within ourselves and with each other to create an inspired, aligned, and compelling future.  Powerful questions ignite insight and help us get unstuck and gain clarity about what could be. Tapping into the combination of curiosity and clarity gives us the confidence and courage to unleash purpose, passion, and potential in ourselves and in the people we lead and serve. Now, more than ever before, we need that kind of fresh perspective and motivation, so we can have more impact and influence through our work.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover a replicable three-part process to help yourself, your team, and those you serve get unstuck and cultivate clarity about the future.
  • Tap into the power skill and character strength of curiosity to activate self-awareness, insight, and innovation, both personally and professionally, so you can lead in a way that has greater impact and influence.
  • Learn how to facilitate meaningful, upward-spiral conversations at your organization and among your leaders and teams to generate more creativity, connection, and trust.
  • Experience reflective and interactive practices that will help you connect with purpose, possibilities, and your peers. You can immediately bring these questions and prompts back to your organization.
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Rachel Druckenmiller, Founder and CEO,
Unmuted LLC