Date: Thursday, 11th of April 2019
Speaker: Rachelle Lee, President @ Einblau & Associates
Location: Tillyard Auditorium [Main Floor] 715, 5th Ave SW
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
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Members: $15, Non-Members: $20
You’ve worked really hard in your technical field and you work well in a team. Congratulations - you’ve now been promoted to manager! It’s time to think about how you’re going to leverage your skills and experience to be more highly regarded in a leadership capacity. Almost every new leader comes with more finely honed technical skills than non-technical leadership skills. The good news is that these skills can be learned and developed.
This session will highlight which skills are important for success….is it technical book smarts? Research has well-proven these don’t set you apart from the pack. This presentation will outline the key considerations and skills of effective leaders. Participants will be able to take a more proactive approach to
At the session, participants will learn:
Rachelle Lee, President
Einblau & Associates
Rachelle is an organization development and management consultant specializing in executive training and coaching, leadership assessments and strategic planning. Her work is focused on helping leaders create a positive and successful future and a motivating work environment.
She holds certification in a number of leadership development programs, including the Emotional Intelligence assessment, EQ-i 2.0, The Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI), The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, the Management Effectiveness Profile System (MEPS) and Coaching for Commitment. These programs, along with her knowledge and experience in various management roles, makes her a sought-after leadership coach.
Rachelle has provided consulting and advisory services across industry sectors as wide-ranging as engineering, financial services, manufacturing, graphic design/advertising, health care, and social services. She has worked in a variety of corporate and mid-sized businesses and was previously CEO of a Canadian communications research company. To learn more about Einblau $ Associates please click HERE
April 11, 2019
From 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
||SPE Tillyard Auditorium [715- 5th Ave SW]|