Moving From Individual Contributor to Leader Part II

Moving From Individual Contributor to Leader – Part II

Presenter: Howard A Lewis
Date: December 4, 2017
Time: 12-1 pm EST/ 11-12 am CST / 9-10 am PST

 

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Overview:

Moving From Individual Contributor to Leader – Part II – The 13 Competencies of a Great Leader

Part II of our series, “Moving From Individual Contributor to Leader,” provides an understanding of the competencies that make a leader great. We will learn:

* what are the abilities you need to attain to move from contributor to leader
* why are these competencies so important
* how can you develop these skills
* how do these relate directly to the role of a leader
* what can you do now to get on this developmental path

In addition to leadership competencies, there are different styles of leaders. What style are you? We will introduce this subject, which will be the focus of Part III of our series – “What Style Leader Am I?”

 

About Howard A. Lewis:

Howard A. Lewis, M.A., M.S., CBA, CVA, ABAR, has held a variety of leadership positions both in government and in the private sector. Following a career with the Internal Revenue Service, where he attained the position of National Director of the Engineering and Valuation Program, Howard became the Executive Director of the Institute of Business Appraisers (2008-2014) and the International Society of Business Appraisers (2015-2016), before joining Your Career Place. Howard’s focus on leadership development and strategic planning enables him to provide guidance and mentoring to Your Career Place members.

Trained as an engineer, Howard recognizes the value of systematic approaches to career planning. His focus with Your Career Place is to understand individual members needs and goals and to design activities that enable a personal touch for each member.