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Thought Leadership: Lead, Lean, and Leverage: Being & Becoming a Strengths-Based Leader
December 7, 2023 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EST
According to Gallup, followers (and each of us are leaders who are also following others) need four things: trust, compassion, stability, and hope. Strengths-based leadership not only acknowledges these four needs but prioritizes them in the work environment and in relationships with safety and care at the forefront. During this session, we’ll focus on leading others from their places of strength, leveraging the strengths of others, and intentionally leaning into your own strengths. Whether you’re a die-hard CliftonStrengths fan or have yet to become familiar with your Talent Themes, this session is designed to help you tap into your natural ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving to lead and be led using the very best of what you bring.
- Attendees will be able to Identify personal strengths to be applied in career and life
- Attendees will learn the four needs followers have of their leaders
- Attendees will learn how powerlessness creates a barrier to self-advocacy in follower/leader relationships
- Attendees will be able to determine the strengths needed from teammates and allies
- Attendees will learn how to lead from their strengths
- Attendees will learn how to cultivate the unique talents of their team
- Campus Pass for Premium or Full Tier Member Campus: $199
- Campus Pass for Digital Tier Member Campus: $249
- Nonmember: $249
After the initial registration from an individual at a campus, others associated with the campus will be able to register at the $0 complimentary rate. Each person who wants access to event or resources following event should register individually. Members must be associated with the correct campus account to receive the $0 rate, where applicable; please contact email@example.com with questions or issues.
About the Presenter
Talent AmplifyHER. Conversation Curator. Social Justice Educator. Loud laugher, creative problem-solver, facial feedbacker, and DIYer. Black, creative, and dope wife of 19 years and mama to two drummers marching to their own beats! For 12 years, Shanell Tyus has paired her progressive higher ed and leadership development experience to help individuals amplify their natural talents while bringing ease and enjoyment into alignment. When she’s not helping corporate creatives become infopreneurs using their talent and insight, she is teaching child, adolescent, and family studies at a local university in Central California and leading equity, inclusion, and learning efforts for small but mighty corporate clients.
About Thought Leadership
Thought leadership events bring in experts from outside of higher education to share information on industry best practices, trends, or research that assists college union and student activities professionals to do their work on campus.