This session is organized in partnership with HRMA (Human Resources Management Association) and ICF (International Coach Federation Vancouver Charter Chapter).
Whether we like it or not, we live in an extroverted world. It has long been believed that the natural leaders of our society were extroverted types, those that were outspoken, bold and assertive.These traits have changed our definition of leadership and altered our assumptions about what good performance looks like.
Research shows 50% of all leaders are introverts, yet our working environments favor the extrovert. And while many studies have shown introverts are natural born leaders, many business cultures often make it impossible to thrive.
You don't have to be LOUD to be a great leader, and you can be impactful by being soft-spoken, quiet and gentle.
Better understanding of introversion
Quiet Leaders traits and strengths
How to close the communication gap between introverts and extroverts
What price organizations are paying for misunderstanding Quiet Leaders
Who should attend:
This roundtable should be attended by HR professionals and coaches who are looking for new ways to navigate the distractions and stress of life from a place of calm, curiosity and concentration.
To register: http://bit.ly/2lrdF52