How do we develop leadership that positively impacts the greater good?
From CEO to the educator in the classroom we are all gifted with the ability to influence those we lead in the direction of positive growth. We are also uniquely positioned to create disempowerment and disengagement.
Leadership is key.
How do we develop leadership that positively impacts the greater good? First, we must understand how the psychology of authority works. Then we chart a pathway growing leadership that moves people toward inclusivity, psychological safety, and cultures of growth.
CONNECT & ENGAGE
We are all leaders. People follow good leaders. People don't leave organizations, they leave bad leadership. For better or for worse, leaders have an outsized impact on the well being and development of those they lead. What behaviors motivate people to allow us to lead them? What does the latest research on the psychology of authority tell us?
What are the dangers of power poisoning? How can leadership hamper our ability to be our best selves for others? What are some of the mindsets and concrete behaviors that will help us be the leaders our people deserve?
REFLECT & APPLY
What does this look like in practice? How will we begin to develop leadership that builds cultures of psychological safety and growth?