Mark your calendar for our January 2019 morning ½ day session – be sure to pay your 2019 dues timely so you can attend this session free of charge!
Jennifer M. Reecy serves as the Chief Employee Experience Officer (CEEO) at The First National Bank in Sioux Falls. Through a diverse career path, Jennifer brings a depth of leadership, coaching, and consulting experience in multiple education, government, tribal, privately owned and publicly traded businesses and industries.
It is time for a grand revolution in your Pursuit of Leadership Greatness! Together, let’s do something unheard of – we are going to challenge your belief systems and hack the principles of leadership to pull the future forward – for yourself, your teams, and your organizations! Leaders – You must be committed to the pursuit of being leaders. You must take extreme on your pursuit. The question to ask is, “What do I have to become today, in order to be who I want to be tomorrow?” It is imperative you define yourself on both an inspirational and practical level as a leader in order to lead well. Leadership isn’t just a role or a title – it’s a choice. The best leaders choose to be better, they choose to be different – they choose to lead deliberately.
How people deal with change – both creating it and responding to it – is a function of identifiable individual preferences. Whether people see change as a danger, a challenge, or an opportunity, they have individual preferences that reflect their relationship to structure, rules, and authority. Gaining knowledge of these preferences can enable leaders to manage groups and organizations more effectively in situations of change and to better understand disagreement s with others in such situations. Leaders can leverage this knowledge to create the powerful advantage of collaboration – directing collective energy into creating and producing desired outcomes rather than letting it to into blaming, defending, and fighting about the change process itself.