One of the hardest tasks of leadership is understanding that you are not what you are, but what you’re perceived to be by others- Edward L. Flom
One rung up the ladder may seem like one small step, but carries with it profound pressures and responsibilities, particularly the challenges inherent in a high-power role: unrealistic expectations of others, lack of honest feedback, and the psychologically altering effects of power. Research shows that power not only alters our state of mind, but also that of others: people treat us differently and relate to us differently, making it hard to get an accurate and honest reflections of ourselves. Leading through this distorting “lens of power” is a challenge for everyone in a role of responsibility, authority, and power.
What does it take to use power well? What are the competencies necessary for Power Intelligence®, and how do they complement traditional leadership development approaches?
- Explore power-in-play: the interpersonal dynamics of power and how it operates upon us and in our organizations.
- Recognize the major “traps of power:” how derailment in a high-power role occurs, why it occurs, and what can be done to avoid it.
- Discover the core competencies for the effective and healthy use of power to positively impact your organizations and achieve results.
- Build your “base of power”—a foundation of flexible and diverse powers that can be used across diverse contexts.
- Enhance your toolkit with methods for working with power dynamics effectively.
Please register by Tuesday, October 1, 2019