Executive Education Leadership Breakfast Programs provide a forum where executives and professionals may learn about the wide scope of leadership through focused, 90-minute, monthly breakfast meetings. Each unique program pinpoints the skills needed by successful leaders. Informative and dynamic presentations are followed by a question and answer session, and an opportunity to network.
Thursday, March 9th, 2017
Speaker: Michelle Tillis Lederman
What do people say about you when you leave the room? Is it what you want them to say? How you show up in the room, get listened to and are known amongst your colleagues are all critical components of your future success.
Michelle Tillis Lederman, CEO and Founder of Executive Essentials, will discuss how to determine you brand attributes, demonstrate the nuances of body language on your professional presence, and discuss how to strengthen the relationships in your network, expanding upon lessons from her book 11 Laws of Likability.
- Recognize the attributes that impact perceptions
- Tweak your body language to enhance your professional presence
- Discover the verbal tools and distractors that impede your image
- Learn how word choice impacts responses
- Determine how to select your brand personality
Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Speaker: Kevin Clark
Innovation is a joint venture with your customers and your organization - listening to spoken needs, observing to detect unspoken needs, and leading where customers would enjoy going, if they only knew they could with your ideas and expertise.
There are turbulent forces on the way you can harness and ride for marketplace success and category significance:
- Machine intelligence
- Simulation learning
- Decision-oriented research
- SaaS platform process transformations
- Networked co-creation with customers and investors
Learn about the small and practical steps you can take today to get ready for what’s ahead. To prepare for the future that’s already here, you just have to tune-in to see and hear – and benefit from today.
Thursday, May 11th, 2017
Speaker: David W. Olson
Leadership is a complicated subject. Everyone admires good leadership and most everyone wants to be a good leader, but what really makes a great business leader?
Learn the two ingredients that create leadership: learned and DNA. There are two different schools of thought on how much leadership is learned vs. inherent. David Olson falls into the camp that believes most good leaders begin with a specific set of DNA and a cultural upbringing that makes up the largest ingredient. He believes that behavior, especially leadership, can be learned - but without an established set of personality traits, even great training can have little impact on creating a great leader.
- What are the 7 personality traits that make great leaders?
- What is the right balance of each trait to be a successful leader?
- What behavioral modifications can be made to adjust the 7 traits?
Leadership Breakfast Programs are held on the second Thursday of each month and include a full breakfast buffet opening at 7:30 AM followed by our program at 8:00 AM with the session concluding at 9:00 AM. Individual admission is $35 per person and tables of 6 are $180 ($30 per person).
For more information contact:
Executive Education Office