Strategies for Effective Leadership Part 1 (Leadership, Motivation, and Delegation)
September 27 - 29, 2022

Event Information

Registration Status: OPEN
Registration Ends: Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Part 1 – Leadership, Motivation, and Delegation. This training uses proven research to help rehabilitation professionals develop the tools and support they need in the workplace to communicate more effectively, work together more productively, and become the positive, energetic leader they need to be in order to thrive in the workplace.

Strategies for Effective Leadership in VR is a virtual training.

  • Why Leadership Matters. Understanding and Maximizing Your Leadership Style (Sept. 27) - When we talk about leadership styles, what exactly do we mean? Why is it important? As an authority figure, leadership is your key to success. In order to improve your success, understanding your leadership style is vital.
  • Stressors and Motivators in the Workplace. Getting the Most of Yourself and Your Team (Sept. 28)- Your leadership style guides you in your role as a leader. Having an understanding of your leadership style will help you be better aware of issues that lead to stress in yourself and among those you are leading. Being familiar leadership styles help you capitalize on improving motivation and productivity in the workplace.
  • Leadership Empowerment, Collaboration and Delegation (Sept. 29) - Understanding yourself better is the first step to becoming more effective with others. In this session, participants discover how their leadership styles influence the ways in which people are motivated. Participants also discover their strengths and challenges when directing and delegating and how to adapt their behavior to lead people for more effective collaboration in the workplace.

After enrolling, participants must complete the DiSC Leadership Styles Assessment. Through the training, participants will:

  • Identify their greatest contributions to their workplaces
  • Understand what motivates and energizes them at work
  • Learn tools for improving their team’s motivation and accountability
  • Identify stressors, and develop an understanding of how to better respond to conflict
  • Improve interpersonal communication, including how to better relate to other leadership styles
  • Identify future aspirations, and develop a plan for personal improvement

Registration fee:

  • $299 per person. 

Dates:

  • Part 1: September 27, 28, 29, 2022
  • Part 2: October 4, 5, 6, 2022

Time:

  • 10 am – 11:30 am Central Time
  • Each session provides 1.5 CRC (General Hours)

All classes are held virtually through Zoom.

Trainer:

Robin Freeman, Ed.D.  serves as the Director of the University of Arkansas CURRENTS, a nationally recognized training and consultation center, a position she has held since 2016. Robin is a trained scholar and practitioner of instructional leadership and educational programs for adult learners across diverse developmental stages. She is holds a Doctorate in Adult and Lifelong Learning, and has research interests in transition age youth, disability, poverty, race, ethnicity, diversity, and leadership. She has a Master’s in Public Administration, a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, and a BA in Journalism. She is also a certified trainer of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace.