Self Leadership
May 7, 2019
The Frontier Project
3005 W Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23230 (map)
Key Concepts
Self-leadership deconstructed
EQ, IQ, and technical skills
Understanding your strengths
Designing your future brand
Understanding your influence
Using personal agency
Maintaining wellbeing

A recent article by Deborah Rowland in Harvard Business Review cites research that finds “leaders need to work on the quality of their inner game, or their capacity to tune into and regulate their emotional and mental states, before they can hope to develop their outer game, or what it is they need to actually do.” In order to have a constructive feedback conversation or confidently help their team navigate the changes that come with rapid growth, a leader must first be able to regulate their own emotions and develop their own capacity to see opportunity amidst what often looks like chaos.

Self-leadership is first a mindset that drives self-awareness and self-management, as well as an appreciation for feedback that promotes continuous personal and professional growth. This workshop gives leaders time and space to reflect and apply self-leadership practices to their day-to-day lives.

Required workshop of:
Emerging Leadership
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