WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 20211:00 - 4:30 p.m. PTVirtual Education
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Today's workplace requires all of us to be leaders in our own right. Develop the self-awareness and confidence in yourself to promote inclusivity and positive change at your organization by attending our leadership summit. Our sessions include "How to Be a Conscious and Inclusive Leader" with Carley Hauck and "How to Lead the Way to Picture-Perfect Change" with Jonathan Michael Bowman.
How to Be a Conscious and Inclusive Leader with Carley Hauck
There is a dawn of a new leadership era emerging. We are wanting a deeper sense of place, belonging and purpose that is beyond the superficial, materialism and individualism. People of every generation are being beckoned into a new way, a new mindset, and a new operating model in which we can bring our whole and best selves to work and the world. We are in a pivotal time of change, and it will require each one of us to transform individually and then together.
When we cultivate the inner game qualities of self-awareness, emotional intelligence, resilience, love, well-being and authenticity, we can be the change and positively influence our workplaces and world to support the flourishing of people and planet.
With all the changes and uncertainty in our world, it is more important than ever to cultivate and level up our “inner game” so we can be the change we wish to see. We have big problems like climate change, a worldwide pandemic and constantly changing landscapes in business, and we will be required to have the inner resources to meet these complexities. Learn how to level up your inner game and bring your whole and best self to the world. The inner game is the core of who you are. These are the qualities on the inside that determine how you show up on the outside at work, with your family, friends and colleagues.
All leadership begins with self-leadership and self-management. We must do the inner work to cultivate a strong inner game that will then support the collective transformation of greater empathy, compassion, healing and belonging. Join us and learn how to be a conscious and inclusive leader at work and in the world!
How to Lead the Way to Picture Perfect Change with Jonathan Michael Bowman
Have you ever wanted to create a new department or enhance the quality of your team’s work? Change can be difficult for anybody. Leading change can be even more difficult and—at times—seemingly impossible. This seminar will teach attendees change-leadership principles that every organizational leader should know.
In this energetic and content-rich presentation, you will learn how to lead the way to successful— “picture-perfect” —change. Drawing examples from real leadership situations, Jonathan will teach and inspire you to ignite your team to achieve dynamic results. You will learn how to set a vision of change, achieve buy-in and lead the way to capture your vision
- 1:00 - 2:45 p.m.: How to Be a Conscious and Inclusive Leader with Carley Hauck
- 2:45 - 3:00 p.m. Break
- 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.: How to Lead the Way to Picture Perfect Change with Jonathan Michael Bowman
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Carley Hauck is a senior learning architect, leadership development consultant, author and speaker, and serves as adjunct faculty at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business teaching on the subject of leadership and business as a platform for positive change in the world.
For the last decade, she has served hundreds of leaders and companies in Fortune 100 companies and high-growth startups, such as LinkedIn, Genentech, Pixar, Clif Bar, Intuit, and Bank of the West, to level up their leadership skills, cultivate their recipes for resilience, and create thriving workplaces and mission-driven businesses.
Carley feels inspired to guide leaders with a new skill set of tools to support the next paradigm of conscious leadership and business that is emerging in our changing world. In her upcoming book, Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and the World (Sounds True, Incorporated, 2021), Carley guides readers on a transformational inner to outer journey to inspire a new workplace and world that works for everyone and prioritizes people and planet first. https://carleyhauck.com/shinebook/
Carley’s writing and work has been featured in Mindful magazine, Conscious Company Media, 15 Five, and Emerging Women. Additionally, Carley is the host of the inspiring Shine podcast. She interviews leaders on the practices and tools they use to rise above adversity, lead with authenticity, love and empathy, and influence business to be a force for good in the world.
Jonathan Michael Bowman's presentations are the result of heartfelt experience, critical thought and an unbridled passion to help others achieve their full potential.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jonathan is the last of four children, whose lives were enveloped in poverty and homelessness. By the time he was 17 years old, he and his family had lived in two homeless shelters, a church, a small fourth-floor attic, public housing projects and a hotel, among many other places.
However, with his determination to ascend from poverty unaffected, he earned his GED and obtained an associate degree in English and communications at Allegheny Community College. He went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications from Point Park University where he graduated cum laude. Jonathan then attended and graduated from Ohio State University College of Law.
He then practiced law at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. During his 12-year-career there, he served in a variety of leadership posts, including deputy attorney general and section chief. He led several departments to achieve success. As a result, he was a recipient of the Ohio Attorney General's Innovation and Excellence Award in 2005.
Jonathan is also an avid photographer. Pictures have intrigued him ever since he was a child. While he was growing up, drawing pictures provided him with an escape from his life of poverty. Later in life, he became hooked on photography when he happened upon a 35 mm camera and looked through the viewfinder. He was so enthralled that he studied photography as part of his undergraduate major in communications.
Today, Jonathan serves as CEO of Clear Picture Leadership®. He uses lessons learned from his childhood, leadership skills honed throughout his career and the inspiration embodied in his artwork to encourage leaders to achieve a “clear picture” vision. As Jonathan says, “Picturing your destination is the first step to achieving something great.” Sometimes leaders are tempted to cast aside an imaginative vision because it is deemed “unrealistic.” Yet—as his tagline says—Jonathan challenges leaders with “a different perspective: Where imagination and reality meet”TM.