Being more than a year into a global pandemic, your mode of leadership has likely shifted from crisis management to sustained effort several times. Building leadership skills at any stage can help scientists promote their ideas, bring out the best in others and in themselves. How do you truly increase your capacity and skills to address the tensions arising from these times of continued uncertainty and change?
Experience an intelligent collective environment to learn and develop leadership skills (courage, compassion, capacity to connect, decision-making, resiliency, etc.) when functioning during times of chaos and uncertainties in this four-part workshop program! Bring your curiosity and explore within this process-focused active-learning series. Learn more about using reflection impactfully and practical key tools and frameworks.
Desired Outcomes of the program:
- Engage in a learning community through sharing, interactions, experimentation.
- Recognize and welcome emotions in times of chaos and uncertainty.
- Practice strategic collective processes such as decision-making in a context of crisis.
- Define actions to be implemented to develop resilience as a learner and a leader.
- Clarify one's purpose and next steps for the future.
All sessions are from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. EST
Tuesday, May 11: Hosting Yourself in a Time of Chaos
Thursday, May 13: Dealing with Uncertainty
Tuesday, May 18: Decision-making in Time of Uncertainty
Thursday, May 20: Being a Resilient Learner/Leader in a New World
Program completion recognition for all participants who attend all four sessions!
Online Event Instructions
Register in advance for this meeting at the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.