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Leadership: The Work of the Leader (Dover)
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Leadership: The Work of the Leader (Dover)

This workshop provides a foundation overview of the current thinking and research on the work that effective leaders focus on.

10/16/2014
When: 10/16/2014
From 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Where: Modern Maturity
1121 Forrest Avenue
Dover, Delaware  19904
Contact: John Baker
302-777-5500


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Leadership: The Work of the Leader

Instructor: Dick Haviland, MA

This workshop provides a foundation overview of the current thinking and research on the work that effective leaders focus on. Topics covered will include:
ƒƒ- Key leadership competencies in today’s world
ƒƒ- The 10 roles of leaders
ƒƒ- The 5 sources of employee motivation
ƒƒ- Building a high performing team
ƒƒ- 5 types of “followers” and how to engage them

DANA Members $40; Not a member yet? $80

About the Instructor
Dick Haviland brings both experience and a personal passion to his work with nonprofit organizations and their boards. In addition to over thirty years of experience as a manager and senior executive working globally, he has worked for nonprofits and served on the boards of Special Olympics, Big Brothers-Big Sisters and the Chester County Council on Addictive Diseases, and is with Alex’s Lemonade Stand and Autism Speaks. He is certified by The Center for Creative Leadership as a coach and is also a registered International Organization Development Consultant having worked in the UK, Europe, Asia and Latin America.

Much of his work involves helping organizations take an integrated approach to strategy, culture, talent development and utilization and client service and satisfaction. As a result, he often works with his clients in their efforts to build talent depth, manage change and sustain organizational performance throughout various cycles of funding sources, volunteer recruitment and the many challenges faced by nonprofits.

He also served for 14 years as a member of Penn State’s adjunct faculty in the Smeal College of Business and Project Management Certificate program teaching courses in Leadership, Organizational Change and Stages of Business Growth.