[VIRTUAL] The Secrets To Become a Great Leader: It's Not What You May Think
When you ask people to think of what makes a great leader, they tend to choose words like boldness, power, and fearlessness. But when you ask them to name traits of the leaders they would like to emulate or follow; you get a different list. In fact, from my research, bold, powerful, and fearless don't break anywhere near the top of the list. So, you have to ask yourself, are you adopting the traits you think will make you a great leader, or do you want to cultivate the qualities of the leader people want to follow?
- Understand: Who You are as a Leader
- Apply: My 3 Keys to Earning Your Teams Trust
- Create: Develop Motivated, Dedicated and Loyal Teams
Presented by: Jenn Donahue
Jenn Donahue Ph.D. is a retired US Navy Captain and civil engineer who works on large scale, high profile geotechnical projects. Over her 27-year military career, Jenn has built a bridge across the Euphrates River in the midst of the Iraq war, commanded an 800-personnel Battalion in Afghanistan, and constructed combat outposts in the middle of deserts filled with insurgents. Jenn has led earthquake and tsunami reconnaissance missions in places like Samoa and Japan; designed the seismic plans for a bridge over the Panama Canal; and built roads in the coldest climes of Ketchikan. Along the way, she mentored scores of young leaders. Today Jenn runs JL Donahue Engineering. She also lectures at UC Berkeley and UCLA.
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