It is important to your organization that you attract and retain the best talent possible. People have a choice about where and why they work – even in a tight economy, good people are highly valued. The “command and control” leadership style no longer works with today’s generations, and as a result a new coaching leadership style is required.
This experiential session will provide a framework for you to examine current best practices around leading, coaching and engaging others, and will provide key insights about how to coach and develop others for success.
Laurie Hillis has been teaching with Executive Education at the University of Alberta for a number of years. Laurie Hillis is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alberta and President of a Calgary-based leadership consulting and coaching firm. Specializing in all areas of leadership development, Laurie has a particular passion in the areas of: organizational culture, executive coaching, change leadership, emotional intelligence, team effectiveness and succession challenges related to building a viable, diverse and engaged workplace for the future.
With a well-earned reputation as an interactive facilitator and coach, Laurie blends her practical, workplace experience with academic quests, bringing with her an ability to create a dynamic, positive learning environment
October 17, 2017
March 27, 2018
Executive Education, Alberta School of Business
10230 Jasper Avenue
More information: https://uofa.ualberta.ca/executive-education/programs/leading-others