On Wednesday, April 1st, over 60 young professionals from companies like BGE, SC&H and Merritt Properties made their way to Montgomery Park to attend the first Leadership Skills Workshop in the LEAD event series. Click Here to view pictures from LEAD events.
Facilitated by expert trainer Gib Mason, Director of the Center for Leadership and Innovation at UMBC Training Centers, Leadership Skills Workshops as a part of the LEAD Initiative will focus on challenging yourself as a leader to build your personal leadership brand, taking risks, embracing failure, and most importantly, cascading influence to move your organization forward in an innovative way.
Wednesday morning’s workshop subject was: “LEAD - Building Your Personal Leadership Brand and Communicating for Success“. Below you’ll find some supporting content that Jeremy Deighton, Program Coordinator / Management Associate at UMBC Training Centers compiled as a follow-up to share with the participants of our first workshop.
Prezi from the first workshop:“LEAD: Building Your Personal Leadership Brand & Communicating for Success”— Click Here
Article: Smallwood— Define Your Personal Leadership Brand in Five Steps
Book #1: Lencioni— The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business
Book #2: Lencioni— The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable
Video: Harvard Business Review— What Is Personal Leadership Brand?
Many thanks to Montgomery Park for their generous donation of space and for hosting us.
Click here to register for our next LEAD event, Cocktails with Champions with Calvin Butler, CEO of BGE on Thursday, April 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM at Johns Hopkins FastForward East Incubator (855 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21218)
Also note that our next Leadership Skills Workshop is on Wednesday, June 3rd from 8:00 to 10:30 AM at Miles & Stockbridge (100 Light Street, 5th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202). The subject will be: “LEAD – Engage, Encourage and Challenge”. Register here
The LEAD Initiative is a series of events designed to support, educate and engage Baltimore’s next generation of business and civic leaders.
Founded by The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore and Business Volunteers Maryland and in partnership with the Center for Leadership & Innovation at UMBC Training Centers, LEAD will provide young professionals the opportunity to learn about professional growth through skills-based volunteering, meet with area business and community leaders in intimate settings, and participate in workshops and seminars on a variety of professional development and civic engagement topics.