Accelerating Leadership Development through the Power of "and" featuring Margaret Seidler and Karl Johnson

  • 05 Oct 2010
  • 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis Campus, MOH 201

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Presenters: Margaret Seidler and Karl Johnson

 

Program Overview

Explore development at the personal level using Polarity Management (PM) principles and practices. Seidler and Johnson share that in their experience, people who can see themselves more completely through the lens of PM accelerate their leadership capacity and are better equipped to navigate organization complexity.

 

The initial part of the session will be aimed at individual personal development. They will start with a quick look at how highly successful leaders view and manage motivational values in pairs and polarities.

 

Then, they will explore the different roles and responsibilities that leaders encounter throughout their careers and how PM can be an ongoing resource.

 

Finally, the presenters will show how to translate what participants learn and experience, to their own work with their clients and organizations.

 

Bios

Karl Johnson advises CEOs, boards, and senior leadership teams across numerous industries, countries, and cultures.  As a director for Carlson Executive Education, his work with executives focuses on leadership effectiveness, strategy alignment, and execution.  He has held similar roles at the business schools of UC Berkeley and Notre Dame University throughout the past 15 years.  In 2008, UNICON, a consortium of over 80 business schools worldwide, chose one of Karl's client engagements to review and publish as a case example of the most innovative work in executive education.

Margaret Seidler, Polarity Management Master, is a nationally-recognized organization development consultant, master trainer, and author of Power Surge: A Conduit for Enlightened Leadership. Central to her work is Polarity Management®, a set of principles and method to guide people in tapping the power of “both/and” thinking for better, more sustainable results. Her areas of expertise include complex challenges, leadership self-awareness, resolving conflict and communications skills.

$20.00 MNODN Members

$25.00 Guests

$10.00 Students with ID

 

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