Leadership Principles focuses on two leadership attributes: leads self and develops talent.
Over three evening sessions, you will look at your own personal leadership approach, as well as developing individuals and developing teams.
Session One: Leading Self
This session explores the attributes of a not-for-profit leader and allows participants to discover their own strengths and authentic leadership. This includes a look at personal accountability as well as the development of a personal vision, mission and set of values as a leader.
Assess your personal leadership strengths
Assess the importance of authenticity and personal accountability in your leadership approach.
Understand the impact of your behaviour on other people
Identify the value of personal vision, mission, and values as a leader and begin to develop your guiding principals
Session Two: Leading Individuals
Developing people is the number one role of any leader. This session focuses on your individual relationships and how you foster accountability and excellence in others. Participants will be able to execute new skills to move from “doing” to “leading” and motivate others to perform at their best.
Assess effective approaches to develop your people into top performers
Identify ways to motivate people by aligning their strengths to achieve the organization’s goals.
Assess when and how to delegate to others
Demonstrate effective skills in mentoring, coaching, active listening and providing feedback
Session Three: Leading Teams
This session offers critical skills in building effective teams. Whether you’re working with employee or volunteer teams, you will explore your key role in integrating individual members into one high-performing team. The session will focus on understanding team dynamics and approaches to building and facilitating great teams.
Identify stages of team development in order to successfully move teams into the high performance stage
Assess behaviours of functional and dysfunctional teams
Apply different strategies to manage team conflict
Develop your leadership and team skills to put you on the right career path.
Fall 2018 City of Vancouver Busary Deadline: August 30th, 2018 | 4:00pm
September 20, 2018 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm
October 9, 2018 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm
October 23, 2018 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Jodi Rai is on a mission to support organizations and parents in being self-aware, strategic and empathetically impactful. She is a Free Agent with Treasury Board Secretariat and has her own practice as a People Strategist/ Intentifer™ leveraging her 18 + years of Human Resources Management expertise in the areas of Organizational Development and Talent Management. She holds a Masters in Leadership, certifications in Instructional Design, Facilitating Dialogue, and Emotional Intelligence. She also considers herself to be working towards a life-long “degree in motherhood” – her two children are her life’s muse. She is currently conducting research on self-awareness and impact something she calls Intentification™. As an Intentifier™ (someone who has identified their intent and helps others to do the same), Jodi provides training, consulting, and coaching services that are a blend of neuroscience, human development theories and experiential case studies.