Practical Leadership 2.0: Supervising for Team EngagementDate: Jan 12, 2017
Time: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
|Fee: This event is sold out. No wait-list available.|
This session offers a dynamic curriculum for supervisors and leaders responsible for teams, units, departments or entire organizations. The course covers both the intangible components of how to develop and cultivate shared leadership among team members and the concrete tools you can use to get the maximum results with your team.
- Introduction to social and system intelligence
- Cultivating trust among team members
- Role clarification
- How to air and resolve conflicts within the team
- Co-creating effective team agreements
- Increase understanding of the team as a separate entity that needs care and attention
- Become equipped in key dimensions of cultivating team trust (such as creating psychological safety, fostering openness, etc) and learn tools for improving trust dimensions
- Acquire methods for creating shared leadership within teams
- Learn processes for clarifying and adapting roles within the team
- Ideas and solutions tailored to specific questions from participants
Note: We also strongly recommend you take Practical Leadership 1.0: Supervising for Employee Engagement. While no material is repeated between the two courses, the curriculum of Practical Leadership 1.0 and 2.0 complements each other.
This session will be offered on January 12, May 3 and October 17. Please visit the Management Trainings page to register for a different date.
Feedback from Practical Leadership 2.0 Participants
"From start to finish, this was not only completely relevant and useful to my everyday supervision experience, it sparked ideas and inspiration. The presentation was also great!"
"Lisa's expertise and passion for the subject made the training super informative and engaging. Examples and tools were very relevant to my needs as a supervisor and I left with clear ideas of ways I can approach working with teams in new ways."
Principles & Practices
In addition to the learning highlighted above, this event will address the following practices:
- HR 14: Nonprofit organizations should create a culture of transparency and open communication where internal information is shared as appropriate. This also includes being open to input from personnel regarding the organization’s activities and results on a continual basis.
- LEAD 11: Nonprofit leaders should continually develop the skills, knowledge and abilities of others at all levels of the organization to take on greater responsibility for carrying out the organization’s mission and engaging community members.
- LEAD 19: Nonprofit leaders should allow for and encourage questions and reflections on the organization’s strategies, effectiveness and ability to change.
Food: Coffee and tea will be provided. There will be a lunch break in the middle of the session. You may bring a lunch or purchase one nearby.
About the Presenter
Lisa Negstad, nonprofit strategist, specializes in designing training that uses creative and engaging methods, leverages individual strengths, and produces sustainable learning. A graduate of Yale University’s M.B.A. program and Luther College, Lisa held senior leadership and management positions in several (international and U.S.-based) nonprofit organizations before starting her company, Negstad Consulting, LLC. Lisa has directly supervised over 70 individuals in various types of departments.