As leaders emerge in the workplace, they are identified by key characteristics. These often include the ability to drive change, identify business opportunities, share and implement new ideas, cultivate respect amongst their colleagues and support their teams. While some leaders are born with these gifts, however, they can also be cultivated, practiced and perfected through the use of particular tools.
During this session, manufacturing professionals will engage in the practical application of communication techniques that will enable professionals in emerging leadership roles to identify process improvements, reduce inefficiencies and utilize the tools needed by leaders to successfully drive organizational change and bottom-line impact.
Facilitator Lowell Applebaum will lead attendees through the practice and application of specific methodologies, including:
Additionally, peers will have the opportunity to engage with one another during "Peer Masterminds" to discuss personal challenges in the workplace and shared solutions.
Lowell Applebaum, FASAE, CAE, CPF is the CEO and Strategy Catalyst of Vista Cova – a company that partners with organizations on strategic visioning and planning, creating stronger stakeholder connections, and reimagining value and engagement. As an IAF Certified™ Professional Facilitator, Lowell frequently provides dynamic sessions to organizations - getting volunteers, members, and staff involved through experiential learning approaches.
He is also the creator of a master-level learning series, Through the CEO Lens, and Association Charrette – a co-creation retreat experience. He is a mentor for ASAE’s Diversity Executive Leadership Program and recently served as a facilitator for ASAE’s Centennial Recognition Task Force. His work on global efforts for associations includes experience across five continents, hundreds of volunteer groups, and all 50 states in the U.S.
Registration will close August 18, 2021 12:00pm