Do you really want and expect the world of work to return to “normal”? Just as work has evolved and adapted to the new way of being, so do leaders and leadership styles need to evolve and adapt. Successfully navigating yourself and your team during times of crisis requires leaders to BE kind, BE compassionate and BE empathetic with themselves and with others. As a leader, you can prepare yourself and others not only to survive, but to thrive in the face of extreme challenges.
In this workshop, you will explore how to strengthen your leadership competencies to adapt to being the Chief Emotional Officer of your team/organization, build personal and team resiliency, and thrive in the face of adversity.
This workshop requires active participation by all participants. Participants will be asked to work and discuss concepts in small groups via breakout rooms.
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As an accredited integral leadership development coach, Tanya Smith works with individuals to develop and build their competencies in order to improve their capacity to achieve long term excellence, self-correct and self-generate.
Her 30-year career experience spans the public and private sector. She has worked in leadership roles in both the public sector of the Canadian Government and in private sector industry. She has worked with and supported individuals and teams in developing/strengthening their competencies to achieve personal and corporate objectives. In 2012, Tanya founded Red Bug Coaching & Consulting Inc., a company focused on supporting the learning and development needs of individuals and public and private sector organizations.