Once you connect your strengths to your values, how do you apply them to leading others? Leaders have to navigate constant change and face ethical challenges. How can you use your strengths and values to make tough decisions?
Part 4: Leading Others
How do you lead when experiencing resistance?
How do you adapt to new circumstances?
How do you be a leader that inspires?
How to best accomplish your goals
If it’s a personal relationship, work colleagues, or short term projects, this insight can help set the stage for the best way to operate together. No relationship or team looks the same, but the more you understand about what you each bring to the table, the more creative and insightful you can be about how to best work together.
Maximize your Potential
In order to get the maximum benefit from this series, you will need to begin by taking the Gallup Strengthfinder test if you haven’t already. Our Facilitator Wendy Hornung, will use this information to structure these workshops to get you to the next level professionally and personally!
Link: StrengthFinder Test
Take The Survey
To ensure that this series to designed and tailored specifically to address your professional and personal goals and aspirations, please take 5 minutes and complete this short survey: Click To Take The Survey
Each session includes lunch as well! So chomp down while we help you become more successful!
LUNCH DETAILS COMING SOON.
Wendy Hornung // President, CEO
Hornung Creative Consulting and Coaching
Wendy Hornung is known for her talents as a Teacher- Consultant-Coach and “Idea Architect.” Wendy’s passion is helping others discover their greatest potential to create and manifest personal, professional, and business goals. Her interests and experiences encompass a variety of industries and are full of surprises. Her toolbox for guiding clients includes Gallup Certified Strength Coach, Educator, Equestrian Coach, Competitor, Trainer, Writer, Filmmaker, and more.
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