Enhancing Your Personal Leadership Effectiveness
August 31, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
Leadership in any type of organization, whether governmental, non-profit, or private sector, and at any level of authority, requires the effective management of oneself and others. Effective leadership, and decision-making depends heavily on the capacity to work across political and cultural divides and to constructively engage multiple stakeholders.
This webinar will introduce the 4P Framework for Personal Leadership Effectiveness, which is intended to provide participants with a clear model to engage in difficult leadership situations more effectively. The 4P framework is a set of four domains of personal leadership effectiveness, which are: Perception, Process, People, and Projection. The 4Ps are built on academic literature and incorporate scholarly and practitioner frameworks, which will enhance participants’ awareness of important dynamics and challenges in a wide range of leadership situations. They will provide a number of key principles and practical tools to help you get better outcomes as you continue to enhance your capacity to lead.
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Harvard Kennedy School of Government
- $0 - SWIICL Advisory Board Member
- $0 - SWIICL Member Employee
- $0 - Academy of American and International Law Alumni
- $0 - 2020 Academy of American and International Law Participant
- $25 - Non-Member
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