On-Demand
Duration: 1 hour
Price: $120
Premium Members Price: $36

You may feel you have untapped leadership potential. Or maybe you’ve reached a plateau in your career and want to go higher. Understanding the leadership potential you already have and creating a leadership brand for yourself will let influential people know who you are and what you are truly capable of.

In this session you will learn:

  • How you can contribute to the leadership processes in your organization – even before you have a conventional leadership role
  • Why it’s important to develop your own personal leadership brand
  • CCL’s point of view on the key competencies needed for aspiring leaders
  • How to transform frustrations of being an individual contributor into steps toward leadership

 

About The Presenter

David Magellan Horth 's background experience includes 21 years in the computer industry; where he began as a research and development engineer and emerged as a strategist specializing in creativity and innovation. David is co-author with Charles J. Palus of the award winning book: The Leader's Edge: Six Creative Competencies for Navigating Complex Challenges. He is a Senior Designer and Subject Matter Expert in Innovation at the Center for Creative Leadership in Research and Product Development. He is an innovative designer, facilitator, and coach, specializing in the confluence of design, innovation and leadership development. He led the design of numerous Leading Creatively, this immerses leaders in an art-making forum to develop their creative leadership. More recently he led the design of the Innovation Leadership Workshop in collaboration with the design company, Continuum. He also led the designs of Coaching for Greater Effectiveness; Maximizing Leadership Potential; and a program targeted at teaching leadership to individual contributors. Other programs in David's training repertoire include The Leadership Development Program (LDP®) , The Looking Glass Experience (LGE)®, Coaching for Greater Effectiveness, and Navigating Complex Challenges. David describes himself as an artist-in-training. He enjoys drawing and writing poetry and his special passion is music. He holds a B.Sc. (Hons) from the University of Surrey in England.

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