Confronted by disruptive change and economic turbulence, many of today’s leaders find themselves unequipped to manage the hazards they now face. They must contend with chronic uncertainty, cynical employees, and personal burnout. Most are poorly served by the prevailing paradigm that obsessively focuses on what we do to produce short-term results while sabotaging who we are as healthy human beings and effective leaders.
The Healthy Leader® model focuses on the six personal dimensions that fuel—and refuel— the world’s top leaders: physical, emotional, intellectual, social, vocational, and spiritual health. This presentation will discuss ways to be more self-aware, develop untapped potential, and drive significantly better results – for yourself, your team and your organization.
Join Kathie Ross, Executive Vice President of Healthy Companies International, to learn:
- How to differentiate yourself by being a healthy leader
- The six dimensions of healthy leadership
- How to apply The Healthy Leader Model at work
- How we’ve used the model with real clients
Kathleen Ross: As Executive Vice President, Leadership Development, Kathie brings an impressive background in designing and executing strategic talent and leadership development initiatives. She has worked in a variety of settings including start-ups, IPOs, and mergers/acquisitions in the private sector, as well in not for profit organizations. Kathie has significant experience with boards—as a member, advisor and staff liaison on executive compensation, governance and board recruitment efforts.
Kathie’s work is grounded in the belief that capturing the hearts and minds of everyone in the organization is what creates great workplaces and outcomes.
Kathie has served as the lead people and leadership development executive in organizations as diverse as: IPM Global (global women’s health), Arbitron Inc. (audience measurement), Chevy Chase Bank, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA—a membership organization for consumer owned electrical cooperatives), and the Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae). Throughout her career, Kathie has worked closely with CEOs and executive teams—effectively linking talent strategies and leadership development initiatives with key business objectives.
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