Be the Leader Only You Can Be!

Has your leadership role changed due to the pandemic? Many companies are considering having workers continue to work remotely. Even as we all get vaccinated and our lives begin to return to normal, there has been a paradigm shift in terms of leadership. Are you now leading a remote team? Everyone’s potential to lead is unique.  There is no one-size-fits all leadership solution.  Outwardly, a leader’s uniqueness can enhance a company’s competitive advantage.  Internally, it can create a sense of well-being and stability within a team that needs to respond to rapid and unpredictable changes.

If you run a business or lead a team remotely, you will love hearing from our speaker. Karen Colligan is a recognized expert in leadership and team effectiveness. Karen founded PeopleThink in 2000, based on the core belief that “an investment in your people is an investment in your future.” She has implemented leadership development programs across organizations large and small, and she’s worked one-on-one with senior leaders and executives. She’s been a corporate leader, consultant, facilitator, and coach. Throughout her career, Karen’s focus has been on inspiring individuals, teams, and leaders to continuously learn and develop in order to achieve their full potential.

If you need some help leading remote teams, please join us for “Be the Leader Only You Can Be”, a complimentary webinar on March 25th, 2021, 2:00 PM EDT, presented by Karen Colligan, Founder & Principal, PeopleThink, and hosted by Connie Wendt, Vice President Compliance & Relations at ClearPath.

This webinar will provide SHRM Recertification credit, 1 PDC credit. Recertification is required every three years. Professionals need to earn 60 professional development credits (PDCs) to recertify.

In our upcoming webinar you will learn: 

  • Why “being you” is the only option for being a strong leader
  • The importance of gaining self-awareness about what you are good at and where you need development
  • How to build confidence to lead your team and/or project
  • Why it’s important to celebrate your uniqueness

Please join us! 

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