Monday, 25 Jan, 10:30 PM – 11:30 PM
Bosses often sense something is missing in an employee’s tool kit but can’t put a finger on what it is. They say things like, “You need certain intangibles,” or, “You don’t have enough gravitas,” but they fail to provide advice or guidance.
What they’re talking about is leadership style. In every interaction, people send signals about their leadership style that fall into two categories: power and attractiveness.
On January 25, 2021, in a live Harvard Business Review webinar, Suzanne Peterson, professor of leadership at Thunderbird School of Global Management, will share findings from her research on different leadership styles and will provide practical insights on how to develop a dynamic and effective leadership style—that draws from both power and attractiveness—for maximum impact.
Peterson- who has studied thousands of leaders- will also present:
1. The five categories of natural leadership styles
2. The markers and signals associated with power and attractiveness
3. Why the best leadership styles are dynamic, and shift based on the situation
4. How actions and behaviors are the keys to leadership style
5. Examples of a blended leadership style
Leadership style is a significant differentiating factor in the reputation and career success of leaders. The good news is that unlike personalities, leadership styles can be intentionally altered.
To learn how to develop a blended leadership style that allows you to be powerful enough to be heard and attractive enough to be followed, join Suzanne Peterson and HBR on January 25.
Suzanne J. Peterson is an associate professor of leadership at the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a partner at CRA, a leadership consulting and advisory firm.
Webinar/Workshop organized by: Harvard Business Review
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