Sonoma Leadership Systems offers a variety of topic-specific webinars throughout the year. For your convenience many are archived, allowing you to view them whenever you want to refresh, reinforce or extend your leadership learning.
- Great Leadership Makes a Great Workplace - Featuring Jim Kouzes
This webinar explores how The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership can impact your organization to enable and engage your workforce.
- Leaders Inspire a Shared Vision - Ron Crossland
Research has consistently shown over the past 25 years that “Inspiring a Shared Vision” is the practice that new and experienced leaders find the most challenging to master. This webinar will introduce a proven model that integrates three channels of communication to help leaders craft memorable and remembered messages and help them discover: "The Leader’s Voice."
- Bringing The Leadership Challenge into your Organization
In our Leadership Forum series "Great Leadership Makes a Great Workplace", we talked about how leaders do make a difference and how The Leadership Challenge® and the LPI, used as a leadership development tool, can enhance employee engagement in your organization.
- Creating a Leadership Culture—Dan Schwab
If you think your organization has leadership gaps, how do you prepare for the future? This webinar identifies a common leadership language that can roll through the organization and resonate at different levels, helping to improve employee engagement and retention.
Exemplary leaders are forward-looking, but it's not enough to simply have a vision, leaders need to make sure what they see, others can see as well. This webinar emphasizes long-term thinking as it explores ways to create and communicate a vision.
Holly shows us how to use the coaching relationship as a vehicle for compelling discussions of ways to maximize LPI feedback and enhance deliberate practicing of desired behaviors.
Leading in the Public Sector—Ken Hurdle
What challenges does leadership in government Face? Join Master Facilitator, Ken Hurdle, retired Chief Ombudsman for the California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation for a discussion on cultivating leadership in a state organization.
Leading in the Virtual Environment—Beth High
With new technologies embedded in our organizations, governments, communities and the way we connect with people, the rules of engagement have changed. Join Beth for a discussion of how the way we demonstrate leadership behaviors that are compelling to others have been altered or at the very least expanded.
- Building People, Building Momentum—Dan Schwab and Sharon Landes
The Leadership Challenge Certified facilitator Dan Schwab guides us through a discussion on applying the lessons of leadership to real issues in your complex and fast moving workplace.
- The V.O.I.C.E of the confident leader—Dick Heller
The best leaders work hard to stay at their best, using all their available resources to the fullest. Athletes and performers call using everything they’ve got Full Extension. This webinar will examine ways in which leaders can apply the ideas of “Full Extension” to themselves and to their teams.
- Delivering Unpleasant News (In a Pleasant and Meaningful Way)—Kraemer Winslow
Kraemer Winslow and Joan Lowery, Make Your Point! Communications help with strategies for delivering news when its not all that good.
- Optimism and Positivity: The Leader's Edge in Tough Times—Eileen Rogers
Eileen Rogers will share her research from working with manager from all over the globe on how leaders can increase their optimism, sustain their vision. Click here to view recording (Windows .wmv) and for links to Eileen's Slides, Articles, and links mentioned during the webinar.
- A Conversation on The Five Dysfunctions of a Team—Sharon Landes and John Rodriguez
Leadership Leader Consultant, Sharon Landes, and Consulting Partner John Rodriguez discuss the interaction of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team with The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership, and Sonoma Leadership Systems' new offerings.