New Lenses on Leadership: Discovering the Power of Leadership Metaphors for Development and Action | Recorded Webinar

HRDQ-U Webinar | New Lenses on Leadership

60 minutes

It’s time to challenge your organization’s leaders with a new way of thinking. Join experts David Horth and Chuck Palus for “New Lenses on Leadership: Discovering the Power of Leadership Metaphors for Development and Action”, an interactive and fun webinar that will introduce you to a highly effective tool for facilitating an open, honest, and creative dialogue about leadership.

Grounded in research, this dynamic leadership training technique provides a deeper understanding of how leadership plays out independent, independent, and interdependent cultures. Participate in the one-hour webinar and experience for yourself how this hands-on approach can have a profound impact on your organization. After all, if a “picture paints a thousand words,” imagine what leaders can accomplish when they harness the potential of visual thinking through the use of imagery, intuition, and metaphors.

Attendees will learn

  • How to use leadership metaphors for facilitating small and large group settings
  • How to use leadership metaphors effectively in one-on-one coaching
  • How visual metaphors can be used to facilitate more effective conversations
  • What it is like to experience an actual leadership metaphor session
     

Who should attend

  • Trainers
  • Managers and team leaders
  • Organization development professionals
  • Human resources managers
  • Management consultants

Presenter

Chuck Palus

David Magellan Horth is an accomplished designer, facilitator, and executive coach. David is a Senior Enterprise Associate at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) in the Design & Evaluation Center. He is considered a worldwide expert on organizational creativity. David is the co-author of The Leader’s Edge: Six Creative Competencies for Navigating Complex Challenges and he holds a B.Sc. (Hon) from the University of Surrey.

Chuck Palus is Manager of the Connected Leadership Project at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®). He is the co-author of Making Common Sense: Leadership as Meaning-making in a Community of Practice and The Leader’s Edge: Six Creative Competencies for Exploring Complex Challenges. He holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Boston College.

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