a not-so-mad workshop
Leaders or Followers:
Who has the Power?
Wed, September 18, 2019 9:00AM – Noon MDT
The Place in Mesa
Attend this 1.5 hour Complementary Workshop to learn:
- The relationship between Power and Influence
- Why some people follow you, and others don’t
- How effective influence can align people with your leadership
for the Complementary 1.5 hour workshop
Leaders or Followers: Who has the Power?
Wed, Sep 18, 2019 9:00AM – noon MDT
Check-in 9:00AM MDT
Workshop begins at 9:30AM MDT
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About the Workshop
As a leader, you need everyone you rely on for goal achievement to follow your lead. Yet, at times, not everyone does. This puts performance, goals, and even your leadership position at risk. Guiding team members through a performance management process can be slow. And you remain at risk from peers, other departments, executives, customers, and others who affect your team’s success.
If anyone you rely on for goal achievement has the power to help or hinder your team’s success, what do you do?
You learn (1) how they choose who to follow and (2) how to influence them so they follow your lead.
In this 1.5 hour workshop, we exploring the fundamentals of power, influence, why people follow, and what to do about it. By attending, you will learn:
- what power and influence are, the real nature of leader/follower relationships in organizations, and the type of power held by each role
- how people decide who they’ll follow in organizations, how it affects goal achievement, and why leaders should care
- how effective influence aligns people for successful goal achievement
At the end of the workshop, you leave with actionable information you can apply immediately.
About Your Speaker: Mel Lewis
Mel Lewis is a Leadership Consultant and Coach with a passion for developing confident, influential leaders who have the courage to step outside their comfort zones.
With custom workshops, coaching, and consulting services, she helps new and experienced leaders develop the self-awareness and influence they need to help others overcome low performance, resistance to change, silo mentality, and other obstacles to achieving goals.
At NotSoMadPath.com, offers insights into organizational leadership, influence, creative problem solving, agile decision making, critical thinking, and communication – while emphasizing retention and the ability to apply what is learned.
She has an M.S. in Organizational Leadership, is a Keirsey Temperament Certified™ Professional, and has more than 15 years of experience leading high-performing teams in the tech industry. As a mentor volunteer, Mel helps ASU W.P. Carey School of Business students and alumni as they work toward their first professional roles or transition to new ones. For fun, she writes nerdy poetry, reads research papers, and is currently learning to play the ukulele.