Projecting Personal Power: Leading With or Without Authority

In today’s world, it’s not uncommon to have limited authority to get the job done. One means of control is to exercise your “Position Power”. Position power comes with the control you have over many aspects of an assignment. However, there is a hidden paradox. When you assert that authority, “because I said so,” you lose authority in the minds of subordinates! Savvy successful leaders learn to use “Personal Power” to get things done with their ability to influence, inspire, or convince others to act. The advantage of this sort of leadership is anyone can exert it, from the lowest ranking to the highest. Join Dr. Rebecca Staton-Reinstein to learn how to use your own “Personal Power” to succeed regardless of title or lack of title. During this session, Rebecca will help you identify sources of your personal power. She will describe how to use personal power to meet your goals by creating an action plan to apply the principles of personal power to your specific situation and how to hone your communication skills to enhance your personal power.

Leadership
Location: MetropolitanDate: May 15, 2019Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Rebecca Staton-Reinstein, Ph.D.