Managers Becoming Leaders
How can you exercise more leadership, greater initiative and gain more recognition throughout your organization? What is it that you can and should do today to be seen tomorrow as a more visible and vital contributor to the business?
Being a successful manager requires that you engage with the strategic management of your organization and influence the executives and leaders responsible for putting it all together. It doesn't matter whether you are in Marketing, Finance, Operations, HR, Manufacturing, or any other functional group. If you don't break out of being just a good manager of your function, you may be heading toward a dead end...especially in today's environment.
You will learn:
- a model for becoming an organizational leader and how to assess your own strengths and opportunities to achieve this goal
- a framework that will enable you to engage in strategic conversations with key influencers
- how to reposition the work of your unit as a vital contributor to the company and its bottom-line business results
Deborah Saks, M.A., is President of 1 Source Consulting Solutions, a respected leadership and human capital consulting company formed in 2000. Building on over 25 years of leadership experience in diverse industries, Deborah provides top management with strategic business and human capital solutions.
Deborah brings a unique combination of experience from three disciplines: the corporate executive suite, management consulting and academic environment to organizations across multiple industries and sectors. She has held executive positions in the technology, healthcare, retail and professional services industries in large global corporations as well as start ups.
Deborah’s primary focus is as a leadership coach, building high performing teams and developing human capital strategies. Her pragmatic, business results oriented coaching and team building motivates clients to stretch, change and grow ensuring contributions are aligned, focused and maximize potential.
Deborah speaks regularly has conducted published research and on a wide range of leadership and human capital topics including strategic thinking, differences in leadership styles and influencing skills for today's leaders.
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