with Martha Hopewell
What is the single most important factor that distinguishes the great leaders from the rest? Which personal quality is most likely to inspire confidence in customers, respect among colleagues, and loyalty from employees? Which aspect of your leadership style should you focus on to put your performance, your career, and your life on the fast track to success?
The answer to all of these questions is a single word: Energy. But, you need to know how to control energy to make it work for, not against, you.
For instance, according to research by the Gallup organization more than 50% of employees would leave their jobs tomorrow if they could (See State of the American Workplace). The main reason cited? They don’t like their managers.
Because most organizations are set up in a hierarchy, workers and managers often feel at odds and in competition to each other. For employees, this can create a sense of separation from management and the organization.
This lack of engagement can cause added stress for managers; one study from DM Review showed that about 71% of managers were burned out.
A leader's “E”—or energy—Factor is the key to creating an culture that creates remarkable results.
If you are consultant or coach who works with organizational leaders who need to create an engaged and empowered organizational culture, you won't want to miss this seminar.
You will learn:
- Seven Levels of Energy and Leadership
- Twelve Dimensions of the Energetic Roadmap
- Four Energy Blocks
- The Energy Leadership™ approach and Energy Leadership Index
- How to help leaders become more engaged and able to engage others
- How to develop into a more powerful leader yourself
Not only will you come away with new perspectives to help leaders develop their E Factor, you will also enhance your own professional practice by applying these principals to yourself.
A good leader is one who can tell another how to reach his or her potential; a great leader is one who can help another discover this potential for him or herself. --- Bo Bennett
About our presenter
Martha Hopewell is certified Master Practitioner of the Energy Leadership™ Index. She is a seasoned coach, consultant and executive who is passionate about catalyzing positive change by developing successful mission-focused organizations and leaders.
Martha has worked with numerous nonprofit organizations in the United States and overseas, with missions ranging from international community development to improved infant care in emergency care units to providing free month-long residencies to artists.
She is currently the executive director of Save One Life, Inc., an organization that raises individual sponsorships for people with bleeding disorders and limited financial resources in 12 developing countries. Martha also consults to local nonprofits, offers leadership and life coaching to professionals seeking to have a more powerful and rewarding impact at work and in their personal lives, facilitates day-long reflection retreats, and writes a bi-weekly blog. Learn more by visiting her website: http://www.SevenCentersConsulting.com
Thursday March 20, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM EST
Pine Manor College
400 Heath Street
Rosemary Ashby Campus Center
President's Dining Room
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467