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2020-2021 Leadership Greater New Haven (LGNH)

Time: October 20, 2020 from 9am to 3pm
Location: TBD
Website or Map: https://www.gnhcc.com/events/…
Phone: 2037876735
Event Type: leadership, program
Organized By: Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
Latest Activity: Oct 12, 2020

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Event Description

This event is the 1st of a 6-session program for professionals of all levels working in the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors.

Practical Leadership Training
Program participants will receive training that underscores various leadership styles and strategies for team and staff management, 
team collaboration, navigating a multi-generational and diverse workforce, strategic planning, conflict resolution,emotional intelligence, inclusion and cultural awareness - PLUS the sharpening of professional skills such as public speaking, personal branding, business communications, and more! In addition,a significant amount of time will be sent on addressing resiliency and leadership strategies during constant change and disruption.

Each participant will be asked to complete a 360-degree assessment before the program begins with goal setting and check-ins scheduled throughout the entire program to measure his / her development and progress.

Five Leadership Practices
The leadership class will explore the 5 leadership practices outlined in the national best-selling book, "The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations". 
1. Model the Way
2. Inspire a Shared Vision
3. Challenge the Process
4. Enable Others to Act
5. Encourage the Heart 
Each participant will receive a copy of the book and be given additional tools and resources, customized by our facilitators.


Orientation to Greater New Haven Region
Additional topics include: Understanding Greater New Haven's assets and opportunities, the challenges and benefits of doing business in the New Haven area, the resources and relationships to enable leaders to compete and be successful in the region. 

Diversity & Inclusion Training and Immersion
Our Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity training starts with understanding the impact of diversity, inclusion, and equity on businesses and communities, in both short term and long term periods. We’ll explore case studies where workplaces and businesses that have embraced D/I/E principles have had remarkable results and been catalysts for positive community penetration and integration .NEW this year, we’re launching a diversity immersion program in which participants connect with the community business leaders (in class & on company tours), learn about community programs, and are given resource, tools and projects to grow or improve connections within diverse populations and professional organizations or businesses. Additionally, the topics of self-awareness, Conscious and Unconscious Biases, improving team engagement, and strategies for fostering inclusive and equitable cultures internally will be covered.


EXPECTED OUTCOMES/ KEY DELIVERABLES FOR LGNH
-Development/Enhancement of Core Leadership competencies
-Skills to Cultivate professional transformation and mastery of leadership style
-Insider's view of New Haven's regional connections and resources
-Social awareness and relationship management through difficult times

Cost: Partner: $1,495 | Non Partner: $1,995

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