June 29, 2017
8:30am registration; 9am program; ends at noon.
UW-River Falls, Regional Development Institute room 129.
782 Wild Rose Ave,
River Falls, WI (map)
The role of a leader differs in many ways from the role of a technical expert. It takes more than a new name tag; it requires a transition from doing the work yourself to becoming one who fosters the productivity of others. This transition is even more complex if you must lead a group of former peers.
This noncredit, professional development workshop provides practical guidance for those new to leadership or considering a leadership role . By attending, you will understand how to create effective boundaries, influence others, and build your capacity to lead.
Instructor Arlene J. Anderson has over 25 years of leadership experience in a variety of settings, including education, health care, and light industry. She works with groups to create elegant solutions to “people” issues and build effective leadership teams. She gets her points across in a practical yet entertaining manner. Arlene possesses a Master of Science in Psychology, specializing in Organization Development and Adult Learning. She is based in the Twin Cities.
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