How to Better Manage People, Starting with Yourself

Women in Government Relations (WGR) presents:

"How to Better Manage People, Starting With Yourself"

Tension among leaders and colleagues, if left unaddressed, often results in hostility in the workplace and can lead to a lack of diversity and inclusion, and worse yet, a discriminatory hostile work environment. Consistent with WGR’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, we offer you insight into your leadership style, your style’s behavior under stress, and techniques for supporting diversity and inclusion on your workplace.

Speaker:

Anne Collier, Leadership & Workplace Culture Speaker, Arudia

During this program you will learn whether your primary leadership style is Asserter, Achiever, or Affirmer and what it means for your everyday leadership style and, critically, your behavior under stress. You will also glean insight into other’s stressed behaviors, and how to help that person get out of his or her so-called “shadow” so that the person is fostering, rather than preventing, a more collaborative and inclusive environment. Learn each style’s underlying motive driver and stress-induced “shadow” behaviors, and, most importantly, how to manage them so that you are more resilient and effective, and operate better under stress.

Limited to 15-20 participants.

Key takeaways from this workshop:

• Learn your primary leadership style and what it means for your everyday leadership style and, critically, your behavior under stress (shadow behaviors)
• Gain insight into other’s behaviors under stress, and how to help that person get out of his or her shadow so that the person is fostering, rather than preventing, a more collaborative and inclusive environment;
• Learn how to manage shadow behaviors so that you are more resilient and effective, and operate better under stress
• Learn how to have win-win conversations 360 degrees

Handouts: Participants will take the Actualized Leader Profile (APL), a self-assessment designed to help you understand what drives your leadership style (Affirmer, Achiever, Asserter) and will be provided with a customized, full color and confidential report identifies the strengths and pathways to improving your current leadership approach.

Registration Fees:

WGR Member: $350
Non-Member: $400

About the facilitator, Anne Collier

An expert leadership coach and trainer, Anne Collier gives clients a competitive edge by helping them discover their strengths and teaching them how to use those strengths to their greatest advantage. Clients walk away from Anne’s coaching and workshops with a powerful set of tools that helps them identify and achieve critical goals, including enhancing communication skills, developing leadership and management skills, and boosting team performance with an enduring sense of purpose. Anne practiced law in Washington, D.C. with Miller & Chevalier, Chtd and King & Spalding, where she represented and advised Fortune 500 corporations on various tax and business matters. Prior to private practice, Anne was an attorney with the Treasury Department.

As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied 3 credits toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.

Date

Jun 10 2019

Time

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost

$350 - $400

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Labels

Regional Event

Location

WGR Office
1420 New York Avenue NW, 5th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20005
Category

Organizer

Women in Government Relations (WGR)
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