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LJRose_210LJ Rose

How To Lead More Effectively With Less


How can you, personally, become more effective as a leader when you have less time, resources, and energy? In this program, LJ Rose will explore this dilemma and help you learn how to change your pace and effectiveness as a leader.

A spectrum of trends continues to impact how we manage our time, priorities, attention and outcomes as leaders. We talk about productivity and quantify it often. Does productivity always give us more? In what ways does it make us more effective and in what ways might it compromise our efficacy? As leaders, there’s always going to be more to do and not enough time to do it.  So what can you do about this dilemma?  How can you change your pace and effectiveness as a leader?

In this program, LJ will help you:

  • Clarify aspects of productivity that are helping and hindering you as a leader
  • Leverage ways in which you can lead more with less
  • Broaden your productivity beyond efficiency to effectiveness
  • Explore how your beliefs are impacting your actions and results
  • Get clearer on the things you can influence and the things you can’t
  • Start thinking outcome, not output as a leader

About the Speaker

With more than 20 years’ experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors, LJ facilitates workshops for emerging leaders and executive teams. Over the years she has partnered with Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner (The Leadership Challenge), Tom Peters Company and Fierce, Inc. to provide keynotes, coaching and facilitation.

LJ works with a wide range of clients at numerous organizational levels, and in a wide variety of functions. She is passionate about ideas, talent and results. LJ received an MSPA from UMASS Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies. In addition to her work developing leaders, LJ is a world traveler. Over the past 15 years she has traveled extensively as a solo explorer on journeys lasting 2-20 months. Her passion for indigenous areas of the planet deepens annually with expeditions off the beaten path.


 
 
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