Leadership Goals You’ll Stick To: Healthy Habits to a Better You
About the Webinar
On the list of New Year’s resolutions, “become a better leader” often falls below the more traditional health-oriented goals. The path to personal growth can seem nebulous, so it’s easier to prioritize other, more quantifiable ones. Yet investing time in your own development benefits not only you, but those around you as well.
Whether you are an individual contributor, a manager of 20, or the COO of a large company, setting some personal leadership goals should be on your to-do list. And while you might already know that many leadership goals are related to creating new habits, changing old ones, or being more intentional about how you spend your time, it’s our job to help you focus your energy where it counts.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss why it’s so challenging to create space for development outside of your day-to-day responsibilities. You’ll have dedicated time to think critically about your own personal learning and leadership goals, and identify the new practices you’ll need to develop to not just achieve them, but actually make them stick.
At the end of this webinar, you’ll:
- Understand the difficulty behind prioritizing personal development;
- Learn how to choose the right learning experience for you;
- Learn the science of habits and how you can game your brain to keep up; and
- Set one actionable goal for your individual development.
Help your team members achieve their leadership goals with customized leadership development that’s tailored to your organization’s unique context and culture.
About the Presenters
Global Portfolio Manager and Faculty
Center for Creative Leadership
Dr. Sass is an experienced Executive Coach and Facilitator with expertise in the areas of leadership, coaching, assessment, assessment validation, and evaluation. She has coached leaders in the Americas and Asia with a specific emphasis in the fields of engineering, education, healthcare, and government. In addition to her coaching and consulting work, Maggie has over 10 years of experience as a researcher with an emphasis on ethics in professional practice. Other research foci include the unique challenges of first-time leaders and the use of technology in coaching and leadership. Maggie is involved in custom engagements from discovery through delivery and trains in a variety of open enrollment programs here at CCL.
Center for Creative Leadership
JaRae is a faculty member here at CCL and trains both open enrollment programs and customized solutions focusing on developing self-awareness, coaching for effectiveness, resiliency, action learning, influence, conflict management, and organizational change. JaRae has a diverse background of education and experiences that she uses to connect with leaders across a variety of industries. JaRae is passionate about designing experiential leadership programs that create opportunities for people to learn how to mobilize groups to tackle some of the tough challenges facing our teams, organizations, and society today.