Leading from Strength WEBINAR from EBSCO on Vimeo.
About the webinar:
Based on over a decade of interviews with remarkable leaders, quantitative research and academic learning across related fields, Joanna and her team developed and continue to teach a new form of leadership. Starting with self, Centered Leadership teaches mastery of five capabilities that help you lead at your best more of the time. Imagine grounding in strengths at work, moving beyond fear to grow, forming community based on trust, taking risks to create possibilities, and practicing recovery with regularity. Imagine finding your center when you need it most, achieving high performance and positive impact in today’s challenging world.
In this webinar, you’ll explore what drives you, gaining self-awareness and inspiring yourself. We’re confident that you’ll uncover personal insights and actions you want to take, finding energy, positive impact, and yes, more satisfaction in what you do and how you live.
After 30+ years serving clients at McKinsey & Company, Joanna Barsh is now a senior partner emerita and senior advisor. In 2008, she launched the Centered Leadership Project to accelerate the advancement of women leaders. She has trained thousands of men and women since then. Joanna is also the best-selling author of How Remarkable Women Lead, Centered Leadership, and Grow Wherever You Work.
Joanna has always been a strong advocate for women. Invited by Mayor Bloomberg, Joanna served on NYC's Commission on Women's Issues for a decade. She led ground-breaking research on unlocking the potential of women for The Wall Street Journal. Joanna joined Secretary Clinton’s International Council on Women's Business Leadership in 2012. Recently, Joanna partnered with MAKERS on new research—how companies can enable Black talent to rise at work.
Joanna has given over 600 keynotes and programs on diversity and leadership across Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. She holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago and Harvard Business School.
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