Duration: 1 hour
Intentional leadership doesn’t just apply when you’re at work. Strong leadership rooted in personal values also benefits you – and those around you – when you’re at home. And during this unprecedented time, many of us are experiencing work and home life as one and the same. As many professionals are struggling with the sudden collision of these 2 worlds, it’s more critical than ever to practice intentional leadership and show up each day in a way that benefits ourselves, our team members, and the people we share a home with.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- What intentional leadership looks like, from both a personal and professional perspective.
- How to leverage the things that inspire and motivate you and those around you.
- Ideas for helping you and your family stay connected, engaged, and productive.
- Ways you can learn from this crisis and make long lasting changes in the way you live and interact – both at work and at home.
Lynn Fick Cooper
VP & Managing Director, Societal Advancement
Lynn Fick Cooper is the VP & Managing Director of Societal Advancement for CCL, where she brings more than 25 years of experience in leadership positions from a variety of organizations. Since 2007, she’s been in a full-time faculty role at CCL, designing and delivering leadership development programs across a variety of sectors, with a specific focus on developing nonprofit, community, and executive nurse leaders in healthcare.
Director of Client Solutions
Katherine Pappa is the Director of Client Solutions at the Center for Creative Leadership. Since joining the Center in 1988, Katherine has contributed to CCL’s work in a variety of roles, including designing and delivering custom solutions and open enrollment programs. Katherine’s research interests include the changing requirements of leadership, organizational leadership development, and diversity.
CCL Faculty, Societal Advancement
Michael Depass serves as a faculty member for the Center for Creative Leadership, designing and delivering transformational leadership development experiences and leading work with clients in the K-12 Education sector. As a former school leader and school network leader, Michael has particular expertise in designing and delivering leadership programs for educational leaders. Michael brings 20 years of experience leading change, designing and delivering professional development, and coaching and mentoring leaders.