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Emotional Hijacking Holding you Back? 4 Tools to Liberate your Leadership

This workshop is requires registration and is open to Williamson County Institute for Excellence in Nonprofits.  www.wilcoinstitute.org

Time: 5:30 (Snacks/Food), 6PM Start.  Finish approximately 8:00 and with 30 minutes or so to chat if anyone would like to talk us about anything everyone would be on their way home and the room would be clear by 8:30.

Capacity: minimum 12, max 30.

Session Description:

This is a session that covers four stages of trigger points – Prepare, Pause, Recover and Learn.  During the session we will cover those points and have four takeaway tools to utilize for the stages. 

Description:

Your teammate showed up late for work again this morning. The team is facing a tight deadline on a critical project. You lost it and things went downhill from there.

If this was your story, you got emotionally hijacked.

You need to come to this highly interactive workshop led by two of the top Austin consultants. 

Participants in the workshop will:

- Identify and understand the four stages of working with emotional hijacking

- Apply new tools to prevent emotional hijacking

- Create an action plan for integrating the new skills into day-to-day leadership actions

This workshop is designed for leaders in nonprofits who manage a team of at least 6 staff.

Bio’s:

Linda Ford, PhD

Dr. Linda Ford has logged over 30,000 hours helping leaders achieve their goals. She has provided culture consulting, executive coaching, and strategic planning for hundreds of successful executives. You’ll find many of her lessons learned in “The Fourth Factor: Managing Corporate Culture,” a practical, accessible book for managers who are serious about leading culture. Through her work, Linda seeks to support and develop leaders who act with integrity and authenticity to create stronger organizations and communities on behalf of all the stakeholders. She comes to this work with 15 years experience working inside large organizations, over 20 years consulting experience, and a PhD in Human and Organization Systems.

Robin LLewellyn

Robin LLewellyn is a talent development and talent management professional with a proven track record in the creation and implementation of training programs at all levels.  Over the past two decades Robin has helped leaders develop and grow.  Her experience and studies include leadership development, performance improvement, training delivery, coaching and change management.  With Servant Leadership as a foundational philosophy she creates a safe environment for self-discovery.  Robin has her Certification in Professional Learning and Performance (CPLP) from the Association for Talent Development and a certification in Action Learning from the Worldwide Institute of Action Learning.  In addition, Robin has her undergraduate and graduate degree in theater arts where she perfected the art of presentation and exploratory games and activities.

 

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