Start Date: 2/13/2019 12:00 PM EST
End Date: 7/10/2019 1:00 PM EDT
National Association for Pupil Transportation
2019 PROGRAM DETAILS
: Relational Leadership in the 21st Century
: Karen Main, MA, (Ph.D., ABD), Innovations In Training
- Wednesday, February 13
- Wednesday, March 6
- Wednesday, April 3
- Wednesday, May 1
- Wednesday, June 12
- Wednesday, July 10
All sessions will run live from @ 12-1pm ET. Archive recordings will be made available to all registered participants following each session.
Whether you’re brand-new to leadership or a seasoned veteran, you’ll find something inspiring, helpful and relevant in this year’s Leading Every Day program. This year’s program focuses on the relational aspect of leadership. Effective leaders – at all levels of an organization – bring heart, integrity, and passion to their role. Over the course of six sessions, we’ll explore new information and identify the skills necessary to be an effective leader. In general, this year’s series will include discussions on:
- The purpose and function of leadership
- New 21st Century leadership challenges
- Diversity in all of its forms
- The influence of social media on today’s workplace
- Changing workforce trends
- Understanding the role of a leader in the midst of a fast-paced workplace
- Expectations, roles and responsibilities of today’s leader
- Emotional Intelligence and leadership
- Essential skills necessary to lead others
- 1-on 1 Coaching
- Individual & Team Communication
- Managing conflict
- Motivating employees
- Ensuring accountability and quality
Each session includes:
- case study for application
- small-group virtual discussion
- quizzes and assignments
- suggested readings
This fast-paced program relies on your willingness to share your challenges and successes with your peers.
Session 1: Forward Motion: The New Role of a Leader
The role of a leader has changed dramatically over the years. What are some of the changes that have transformed the workplace and how do these changes impact leaders? Understanding the current expectations associated with leadership will help you build the skills you need to be successful. In this session, you’ll increase your awareness of current research guiding new management & leadership trends. You’ll gain a keen understanding of your role as a leader in the workplace today.
Session 2: The Mechanics of Effective Leadership
Next, let’s get down to the basics. It’s no longer enough to simply tell people what to do and expect results. We’ll review the essential responsibilities of leaders and learn tips for successfully handling these duties.
Session 3: Cliff Notes© on Coaching
As a leader, you’ll experience more impact if you coach your team members to success rather than simply tell them what to do. We’ll dive into the strategies and approaches used by Performance Coaches, including the use of “coaching questions.” You may think differently about your relationship with your employees at the end of this session!
Session 4: A Dispatch on Communication
You’ve heard it time and time again: communication is imperative to success in today’s workplace. As a leader, it’s even more vital because people rely on you for information about how to do their jobs and what’s happening in the organization. In this session, we’ll spend time exploring the ins & outs of effective communication, including face-to-face communication and communicating with your team. You’ll leave this session with new strategies for conducting your 1-1 meetings and team meetings.
Session 5: Accountability and Performance
When problems happen on your team, it’s our responsibility as leaders to address them in some fashion. But how do you know when to address a problem and when to let it go? How do you respectfully discuss problems with an employee without causing more damage? This session addresses the tricky balancing act of holding employees accountable.
Session 6: Accelerating Your Team’s Success
There are times when we need to motivate and times when we need to correct; there are times when we need to buckle down and times when celebration is definitely warranted. What can you do as a leader to ensure your employees are motivated, encouraged and feel supported (especially when they do the same thing day in and day out?) This session will provide you with new ideas to create engagement among your team members.
The $199 LED registration fee provides:
- Registration to all 6 live webinars
- Access to the recorded and archived webinars at your convenience
- Again in 2019! Face-to-face networking event at NAPT Conference exclusively for 2019 LED participants (NAPT Conference registration required)
- Access to our Guest Lecturer, Karen Main, throughout and following the program for additional Q&A
- Access to fellow LED participants for ongoing communication and networking
- Certificate of Completion
Please contact NAPT's Marketing and Communications Specialist, Megan Geroux, at email@example.com
or 800.989.6278 with any questions.