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19NTC Session
Leadership

Become the Leader You Always Wished You’d Had

Have you had that leader before that you just could NOT believe was promoted to a leadership role? Every time they called a meeting, there was a collective groan across the office? Been there. The worst part was seeing this person drain the creativity and passion from each talented person on their team, until inevitably the talent left.

In this workshop, learn how YOU can be the leader you always wished you’d had. Work on communicating effectively, setting clear expectations, motivating others, and building the right team vibe.


Learning Outcomes

  • How to run effective and productive meetings that actually increase your team's success vs. boring them to death.
  • Walk out with a CLEAR and ACTIONABLE goal-setting tracker to implement with your team immediately.
  • Know how to engage and motivate your team across strengths, generations, and gender, helping you increase talent retention ASAP.

Suggested Tags

CultureDiversity and InclusionStrategyWorkshop

Speakers

Nikki Henry

Founder & CEO

Ladies Leading Ladies

Nikki is fueled by the missed opportunities she has witnessed and lived through herself, by her optimism that the workplace can be better for her and the next generation, and by the incredible energy of the women she surrounds herself with every day.

Nikki is a leader in her community, recognized for her effective leadership and supportive managerial style. Nikki has helped teams grow from just a few staff to over 55 full-time staff and budgets from a couple hundred thousand to the multi-millions. She credits her success to being an open and accessible leader, who works intentionally to have the right people in the right roles.

Nikki has her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and a Master of Public Administration. She has worked in victim advocacy, workforce development, social services, economic development, and philanthropy. She currently serves as a Commissioner for the Fresno Housing Authority, a Board Member with the Child Care & Development Local Planning Council, and a founding committee member of Dress for Success Fresno.

In the past she has been a Women’s Policy Institute Fellow of the Women’s Foundation of California, an honoree of Fresno’s 40 under 40 at age 28, and the recipient of the Women’s Empowerment Award at Central Washington University. She brings this breadth of experience and passion to her everyday challenge of helping women find their voices and lead both professionally and personally.

Details

Room

251

Day

Friday
March 15, 2019

Time

10:30am – 11:45am

CFRE Credits

NFR - 1.25

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