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Tue, Dec 22


Online Event - Zoom


In today's business world, we can confuse the relationship between management and leadership. In this workshop, you will learn the differences between the two concepts, how to navigate in this Covid19 virtual environment, and when to utilize one over the other to get the outcomes you desire!

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Dec 22, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Online Event - Zoom

About the Event

For over a century, we've been asking the questions: What is leadership? What is management? When should one be used over another? Do we manage processes and lead people? And what about 2020 and beyond? How do we lead and manage in a new virtual environment? How do we effectively establish real connection and measure productivity?

In this leadership bootcamp, you will:

  • Learn what is leadership, what is management, and how to distinguish when to use either approach.
  • Understand classical and contemporary thinking on leadership vs. management.
  • Understand challenges and tools for leading and managing virtual teams to increase productivity and connection.

You will leave with a clearer perspective of your management, leadership, and an action plan of how to cultivate both into influence. 

Meet Your Guides: Nate Salah, Ph.D. and Joe Hopkins, Ph.D.

Nate is an award-winning educator and accomplished entrepreneur, teaching individuals and organizations how to lead exceptionally. Nate holds a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies, concentrating on vision formation and actualization of iconic entrepreneurs. He taught business policy, strategic management, and entrepreneurship for 10 years at Concordia University and now teaches non-degree seeking entrepreneurs and professionals through engaging, PhD level research and street level practice that gives the competence and confidence to shine.  

Joe is an experienced and strategic leader with over 30 years of experience working with teams at all levels of the organization. He holds a Ph.D. in leadership and organizational development, which included research in the area of leadership and employee engagement in virtual environments. He has worked with leading global organizations such as The Coca-Cola Company, Mission Foods, and Cott Beverages, where he led both co-located and virtual teams to optimize business processes and operational effectiveness.

Seating is limited: Do Not Delay, Register Today!


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