Nan S. RussellIt Doesn’t Come with a Title: Uncommon-Practice Leadership
How do you lead people who don't report to you, or get innovation and results when you don't have title or authority? The answer is uncommon-practice leadership. It’s not your position that gives you power; it’s your behavior. Discover uncommonly displayed behaviors that create positive influence, enhance results, and initiate natural followership. Immediately apply four cornerstones behaviors, while reducing mistakes that may be hijacking your effectiveness and eroding your training, development or HR results or professional growth. Plus gain insight into winning behaviors that can be utilized with any staff approach.
Learning Objectives - at the end of this session the participants will be able to:
- Avoid 5 common mistakes that can unintentionally erode followership, relationships, results, or career growth
- Immediately display uncommon behaviors that initiate influence and followership
- Engage themselves and others using cornerstone behaviors of uncommon practice leaders including: self-alignment; possibility seeds; soul-courage, and winning philosophies
- Differentiate yourself as an uncommon-practice leader (a.k.a titleless leader) and increase your influence and results
- Develop insights into winning behaviors that can be utilized with any staff approach.
Bio: Nan S. Russell
- 11:45- Noon: Registration, Networking, Lunch
- Noon-12:10: Introductions, Chapter Business
- 12:10-1:00: Nan Russell Presentation
- 1:00-1:30: Additional Networking
From minimum wage employee to former Vice President of multibillion dollar QVC, Nan Russell spent 20 years in management holding leadership positions in human resources, communication, marketing and line management. Now she’s helping others by sharing real-world perspectives of what does and doesn’t work at work.
Nan left a successful corporate career to pursue a life-dream to work and write from her native Montana. Today, she's the author of 4 books, including her two latest Trust: Inc.: How to Create a Business Culture that Will Ignite Passions, Engagement and Innovation (releases Fall 2013 from Career Press); and The Titleless Leader (2012). Her work insights column, Winning at Working, appears in over 90 publications and she’s a work issues blogger for Psychology Today. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University and a M.A. from the University of Michigan, both in psychology.
Nan is a national speaker and president of MountainWorks Communications, and passionate about helping people and organizations bring the best of who they are to the world.