To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Developing High Performing Leaders in the Public Sector
Date: Mon May 19 14:20:55 MDT 2014
Developing the Next Generation of High Performing Leaders in the Public Sector
A Web-Based Discussion focused on Identifying the Human Capital Potential within the Workforce and Cultivating Excellence in Leadership and Change Management
WEBINAR – Thursday, July 17, 2014 – 1:00PM – 2:00PM (ET) REGISTER HERE
One of the most important tasks of a leader is to assure continuity of effective leadership. Succession planning is critical in a time of budget stress and extreme predictability. The fact is effective, dependable leadership for this generation and the next is indispensible - precisely because of the insecurity inherent in today's environment. It is of paramount importance to seek out and cultivate a corps of leaders capable of taking the helm in an organization that fully understands its mission and accomplishes it at the highest level of performance.
This one-hour, web-based discussion will serve as an indispensible primer for embarking on leadership development within your own agency or organization. The tools shared in this discussion will be practical and wide-ranging, as you aspire to build a team that will maintain its vibrancy and viability beyond your tenure—a team ready not only to adapt to change but to create the change that will energize its mission into an unrelenting future.
Attendees of this webinar will learn about and discuss…
• Integrating succession planning into an overall organizational and human capital strategy – capable of sustaining effective leadership
• Designing and implementing a development and mentoring program that cultivates essential leadership skills like decision-making, listening, negotiation, knowledge transfer, conflict resolution, and managing change and diversity
• Nurturing an organizational culture that supports the visibility and cultivation of high potential individuals and future leaders
• Feedback, insight, and assessment tools—and how best use these tools to assist the selection process and craft an incisive, individualized development program
• Strategies to best identify, cultivate, train, and retain potential leaders within the organization
• The value of diversity in a succession process that is not blind to the range of talent and potential in the organization
This one-hour, web-based discussion will examine the processes, tools, and instruments you can use to assess your workforce and then identify individuals with the potential to become a part of the next generation of transformational leadership. We do hope you’ll join us!
ABOUT YOUR WEBINAR FACILITATOR
Orlando R. Barone is president of Barone Associates, a Pennsylvania-based management consulting firm. He is an executive coach at The Wharton School of Business and specialized in interpersonal and presentation skills. He presents on credibility, negotiation and safety at the Harvard School of Public Health. He has over 25 years’ experience as a coach, negotiation trainer, change consultant, author, and presenter specializing in interpersonal effectiveness, negotiation, leadership and management development, leadership, performance management, team building, and training design. His consulting background includes experience in a Fortune Fifty computer company, where he was in charge of marketing and sales team and leadership development worldwide. He has worked in schools as a principal and teacher.
He wrote the best-selling text, Your Voice Is Your Business (2008). He is contributing author to the counseling chapter of Neurogenic Communication Disorders (Jones & Bartlett, 2013). Lonnie’s op-ed pieces appear regularly in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Lonnie is a sought-after lecturer who has conducted seminars for executive groups and community leaders throughout the USA and abroad and appeared on radio and TV talk shows. Numerous articles by and about Lonnie have been published in a wide range of periodicals and magazines.
Lonnie Barone’s training and materials development expertise covers all areas of interpersonal competence and management and leadership development. He has designed, developed, and delivered such training to clients including all branches of the U.S. Department of Defense, colleges and universities, chemical, pharmaceutical, and industrial firms, educational and public sector organizations. Programs include leadership, performance management and interpersonal skills, career transition training, planning and organization, change and conflict strategies, decision-making and problem-solving, negotiation, interviewing, and presentation excellence.
Lonnie developed, produced, and is featured in video-assisted training packages in Presenting, Leadership, Presentation Skills, Performance Management, Teamwork, Communication, Motivation, and Credibility. These packages have been used by such companies as Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Exxon Mobil, The University of Pennsylvania, and the Department of Justice of California.
His work with interpersonal facilitation, leadership, and large as well as intimate teams (teams of 8-12 members) is unique in the field. He has been personal coach and mentor to dozens of professionals and leaders in all sectors. He has designed and delivered numerous global team enhancement processes, in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and South America.
He has been on the adjunct faculty at Villanova University, and he conducts the Emerging Leaders Program in Negotiation at the Harvard School of Public Health. He is past instructor in Training and Development at the Graduate School of St. Joseph’s University, and has instructed at the university level in communication skills, sociology, education, philosophy, and logic.
Lonnie received his bachelors degree, magna cum laude, from Villanova University and graduate degrees from the University of Delaware, where he was awarded the prestigious Unidel Fellowship for two consecutive years.
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