AVOID: Your Leadership Style’s Pitfalls; Stress; Glass Ceilings; Unhappy Customers

vector-man-jumping-broken-bridgeAs we progress in our careers, we often realize there are gaps that need to be filled in. This month, through our Master Class sessions, we’re looking to help you fill gaps common to executives. We’re going to help you maintain momentum by avoiding pitfalls common to your leadership style; break the glass ceiling; combat the stress you and your team are afflicted with; and keep your customers coming back for more, singing your praises as they do so.

There’s going to be something for everyone and a whole lot for all! 

Here’s a more detailed look at some of what we have scheduled in the next several weeks to help you turn up the sunshine on your career, business, and wellbeing:

The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness

After decades of coaching powerful executives around the world, Lolly Daskal will present the system she uses to help top executives harness the virtues of their leadership styles. She will illustrate how leaders embody up to seven different styles, which she calls archetypes: The Rebel, Explorer, Truth Teller, Hero, Inventor, Navigator, and Knight – each with powerful attributes. However, these archetypes also contain hidden gaps that cause leaders to fail. She’ll reveal a groundbreaking way to understand your strengths, leverage your gaps, and move forward to greater and more meaningful success.

If you are looking to channel your best talents and take your career to an entirely new level, this session will give you the insight and tools you need to achieve greatness.

Earning It: A Conversation with Joann S. Lublin of the Wall Street Journal

For women fighting to get to the top in the corporate world, it has rarely been a smooth upward arc. The stories of over 50 trailblazing executive women who broke the corporate glass ceiling are the subject of this candid fireside chat. Their hard-won leadership lessons provide a compelling compass that will help women of all ages and at every stage of their careers reach their highest potential without forgoing a meaningful personal life.

Tune in to hear Pulitzer Prizer winner Joann S. Lublin, management news editor for the Wall Street Journal, share deeply personal stories of top female CEOs and what it takes for women to climb to corporate heights in America  – you’ll gain advice that holds up very loud and clear in 2017 and beyond.

How to Beat Work Stress and Elevate Engagement

In this ExecuNet Master Class session, Dr. Todd W. Hall will show you a simple, actionable framework – Vision, Value, and Voice – to help your team connect to the work they love and the people they serve. You’ll learn about the power of resonant emotions, attachment styles, and core motivations, and how they interact with stress. Attendees will also receive a free MCORE assessment to help you identify and leverage your core motivations.

This session is for executives, managers, and individual contributors who want to make a positive impact on their team – which means, all of us!

The Customer Loyalty Loop

A proven, scientific formula for building customer loyalty exists. In this ExecuNet Master Class session, Noah Fleming will share a proven, scientific approach for turning customers into raving evangelists for your business.This session will energize you with mind-blowing facts about customer behavior. Noah has worked with clients around the globe to implement science-backed strategies at Fortune 500 companies, mom-and-pop operations, and mid-market privately held businesses.

Put Noah’s advice to work, and learn how to identify customers, win them over, and keep them coming back for more!

Can’t make a live presentation? No problem! Simply complete your registration to receive the recorded program after the session. These valuable classes are included as a part of your membership; make sure you don’t miss them!

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is ExecuNet's president and chief economist. An Arjay Miller Scholar, Mark received his MBA from Stanford University and a BA in economics from Yale University. He joined ExecuNet in 1993, with extensive marketing and new product and business development experience, having served as president and founder of A&M Associates, an investment management firm. Mark's corporate leadership experience includes several senior marketing and financial positions with RCA Global Communications (a GE subsidiary) and American Can Company.

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