St. Catherine University graduate credit to participants in Seeking...
"Enduring Leadership: Facing Challenges, Finding Solutions...
July 17th - Robin Silverman
Simplifying to Win in the Human Age
July 17th - At the Woman's Club of Minneapolis - 4:30pm to 6:00pm
In a time when speed and agility are critical to success, simplification is essential. Leaders can no longer afford to turn away from the Gordian knot of time, talent and resources. Instead, it's time to look at how to create ease, flow and--most importantly--results on a daily basis. In this dynamic workshop, we will examine what can be done now to make you more effective as a leader in an uncertain global marketplace.
You will gain insights into:
- The five barriers to achieving organizational agility and how to start removing them...fast!
- The one critical partnership that can speed the implementation of strategy
- The simple shift in focus that acts as a fulcrum for success for you, your team and your organization
- The approach that assures you can recruit and retain the best talent to help you achieve your vision
- The four words that loosen the Gordian Knot of your most intractable problems and help you eliminate what is unnecessary
You will leave with a one-day, one-week and one-month action plan that will help you move forward quickly. This workshop will include a whitepaper that can be used to help drive conversations in your organization.
Robin Silverman Robin Silverman is a Senior Consultant with Right Management where she specializes in leadership development work that deepens employee engagement with business strategy.
Robin received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. She holds a Master's degree in Organizational Development and Change Leadership from the University of St. Thomas. In addition, she has a certificate in Energetics, the study of the human biofield in group dynamics. She is a Six Sigma green belt and is certified in Value Stream Mapping (Toyota method), the Intercultural Conflict Style test, the Intercultural Development Inventory and the Cultural Detective.
Robin is the author of two personal development books and hundreds of newspaper feature stories and columns celebrating the best of the human spirit. Her work has been seen in national magazines, including Inc., Bottom Line Tomorrow, Parade Magazine, Marie Claire, and Ladies Home Journal.
In addition to consulting, Robin has over 20 years of experience as a business owner in the retail industry.