From Aristotle and through the centuries, it is well-established that self-awareness is a powerful force of wise leadership. Modern sages of leadership science, including Peter Drucker and Daniel Goleman, have argued that there is an explicit connection between excellence in management and the cultivation of understanding of ones self. In fact, Dee Hock advises that leaders should dedicate at least fifty per cent of their leadership development efforts in self-leadership with the remaining fifty per cent into leading down, leading up and leading laterally.
In this workshop, Mitch will share resources and ideas for leveraging powerful analytics in the pursuit of self-awareness for leadership. Throughout the session he will weave in personal stories of how self-awareness or a lack of it, affected his own leadership journey. In either case, as he sometimes learned the hard way, there can be consequences for your effectiveness as a leader as well as for your mental and physical health.
- Participants will better understand the importance of self-awareness in being an effective leader.
- Participants will learn how analytics tools can provide an objective foundation for self-awareness activity.
- Participants will appreciate how self-awareness in leadership is critical for mental and physical health.
Presentation: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Closing Remarks: 8:30pm
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