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Enlightened Leadership and Emotional Intelligence

NOTE DATE CHANGE!
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Held at Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, 5th Floor
Interact for Health ChoiceCare Room

Program Overview
Enlightened Leadership is designed to offer a leadership development strategy that focuses on human behavior, self-awareness and decision making. The main idea is that great leaders should look inward and not solely outward in order to lead and develop those who follow them. Enlightenment comes when leaders move to a higher level of understanding the environment around them, inspiring others, coaching, encouraging and by looking beyond the day-to-day functions of management. Enlightened leaders create a healthy functional and productive workplace by practicing positive behaviors, being deeply aware of self, and checking their egos at the door. This course is designed to give participants a solid understanding of his/her own leadership philosophy.

Seminar topics:
Enlightened Leadership: What does it mean to be a leader?
Five steps to self-awareness: discovering your True North
Looking at Emotional Intelligence with a self awareness test:
 Personal Competence: self awareness and self-regulation
 Social Competence: Empathy and Social Skills
Personal Values: Template to develop your own leadership philosophy

The Presenter
Kimberly Williams is a Captain with the Cincinnati Police Department. She received her B.A. from Xavier University and her MS. In Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati. She is in the current Leadership Cincinnati class. She has presented the Enlightened Leadership program at the Police Academy to rave reviews!


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