This 3-part workshop series will help you understand, key things to be aware of as you step into a new role.
The first 90-minute interactive workshop will help you get super clear on how you view leadership (based on the role models you've had), your core values/ethics and set a powerful intention for how you want to show up.
The second 90-minute workshop will focus on 3 core emotional intelligence skills as you shift from doing the work, to interacting more with your team, who will be primarily doing the work. We will discuss the power of active listening to understand what's being said (and what is not being said), the importance of clarity in communication and adapting your leadership style to meet the needs of different personalities.
The third and final workshop will focus on setting up realistic expectations for your first week, first month, first quarter and first year in leadership. How to know when you're right on track in the learning process, instead of feeling like an imposter. When to ask for help and that it's okay if you don't have all the answers - no leader does.
Attendees will Learn
-How to develop your definition of leadership, ethics and values
-How to build your communication and adaptability toolkit
-Setting realistic goals for your first year in leadership
About this Speaker
Bevin is a leadership mentor and life coach. For the past seven years, she's been providing 1:1 mentoring and group programs for new and mid-career leaders in a diverse range of fields. Bevin has been facilitating live and online personal and professional growth workshops for over twenty years and is also the founder of The Global Cooperative for Sensitive Leaders.
Education and Experience
- Co-founder of 1 Million Empaths, a global community for those who care deeply about our world.
- Selected for The Shift Network’s Visionary Leadership program.
- Vice President of a 50-year old nonprofit organization
- Managed a $1 million account portfolio for the largest landscape company in the United States
- University trained in fine arts, art history and education