CLDP The Challenge of Leadership Video

Leaders and potential leaders:

  • Are you interested in learning more about the pivotal role of a leader?
  • Would you like to know more about the requirements of leading in an organization?

If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, you are a man for whom the video of this session in the Community Leadership Development Program (CLDP) is intended:

The Challenge of Leadership, recorded on Thursday, June 11th

Leadership requires a set of skills, driven by imperatives to: produce results, satisfy a higher management or constituency, modify thinking, organize, prioritize, plan, and assist a team of individuals in meeting the challenges laid out for them.Many of us come to leadership, not because we are experienced leaders, but because we are trusted, or have demonstrated our commitment or proficiency in some specific task.

In this video we look at some of the challenges of stepping into leadership. During this call, we look at: How the leader is called to understand and balance the often competing interests of organizational and personnel priorities.

TO PREPARE FOR THE SESSION:

Before the watching this video, we recommend that you take a bit of time to ponder how to:

  • build cooperation,
  • lead in the face of unpopular decisions; and
  • address disciplinary situations.

You can access the document with the tools provided in this video at this link.

Author: T.P. Caruso

Retired from a healthcare and biomedical research career and now enjoying connections with anyone interested in history, geneology, healthcare, leadership or consciousness.

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