“Leadership is neither a rank nor a title. It is a choice. The choice to provide care and protection for those for whom we are responsible.”

~ Simon Sinek

Before We Meet

  • Copy or print the Choosing Leadership Guide
  • Complete the pre-workshop activities as outlined in the guide or on the pre-workshop activities page.
  • Think about these questions:
    • What is leadership? What does leadership mean to you?
    • Why do you want to be a leader?
    • What makes leadership difficult? What is preventing you from being a leader?
    • What outcome do you want from this workshop? Is there something specific you would like to learn?
    • What is one small way you would like to see leadership growth in yourself?

Our Workshop

While we will be meeting virtually via Zoom, this is an interactive workshop. You will want to use devices and equipment that allow you to not only watch during the workshop but also actively participate. Test out how you will connect to the workshop, including your webcam and headset to make sure everything works okay. 

  • Tips for getting the most from our workshop time:
    • Complete pre-workshop activities and give yourself some time to reflect.
    • Commit to being present–commit to yourself.
    • Set a goal–what do you want to learn?
    • Participate–ask questions, listen to others, and share your perspectives and experiences
    • Use the Choosing Leadership Guide to take notes and start an action plan
    • Connect–learn from each other and build your network
    • Share–with your mentor, colleague, or the one who believed in you–what you learned and your action plan. This will help solidify your learning and keep you accountable for achieving your goals.

After We Meet

  • Review notes in your Choosing Leadership Guide.
  • Copy of slides from the March 13 and March 18 workshops.
  • Continue your leadership journey! Use the Leadership Learning Lab as a starting point or guide for continuous growth.

“The goal is not to be perfecct by the end. The goal is to be better today.”

~ Simon Sinek