What’s your leadership style?
Whether you are working with clients, employees, or colleagues, good leadership inspires action and enrolls people in your vision of success.
This presentation will help you:
- Discover how to use your leadership style to bring out the best in people.
- Learn how to read your clients and your audience.
- Adapt your leadership style to inspire people to work collaboratively towards exciting goals.
In the deeper dive will incorporate what you’ve learned in the luncheon presentation with the new theory of leadership initiated by Liz Wiseman in her book, Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter. We’ll discuss questions such as:
- Do you empower or diminish as a leader?
- Do you think you know what’s best or do you encourage thoughtful interaction?
- Is your leadership style motivating and inspiring? Has it helped you to achieve your goals?
At work, at home, in the community, this workshop will help you understand and hone or change your leadership style for success.
Susan Deer, PhD, Provost and Executive Vice President, joined RCC’s administration in 2008 as Dean of Instruction. She was appointed Vice President of Academic Affairs in 2010, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Services in 2013, and has held her current position since 2016.
Dr. Deer is responsible for providing overall leadership to the Academic Affairs and Student Services divisions, implementation and management of educational policy, curriculum development, academic scheduling and programming, academic program review, and accreditation matters.
Deer holds a PhD in Education from Capella University, Minneapolis, MN; a Master of Science degree in Biophysical Focus of Human Movement, with a concentration in Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology, from East Stroudsburg University, PA; a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts from SUNY Brockport and an Associate in Art from SUNY Orange.