At one point or another we have all tried something that was out of our comfort zones. Something we initially questioned, and now can’t live without. After all, diversity is
At one point or another we have all tried something that was out of our comfort zones. Something we initially questioned, and now can’t live without. After all, diversity is the spice of life. What if we tried something new in how we lead? A new behavior? A new reaction? A different frame of mind? Could a new action garner a different, more favorable result or outcome?
On day one of this Introductory leadership workshop series, working together, we will begin to explore the leaders you are today and the leaders you want to become. We’ll have an opportunity to explore the leadership attributes yourself and others gravitate to and consider how we can move closer to our ideal leadership style.
DAY 2 (scheduled for 10/23)
How we lead is heavily dependent on who we are and what we value. On day two we explore our values and begin to consider how our values can inform our small business’ ethos. We will explore our different values and have an opportunity to consider how our values relate to our leadership models discussed in day one.
Sebastian Moore is a hardworking and dedicated professional coach whose main interest is his client’s success and wellbeing. He employs a results-driven, humanistic, heart & mind leadership centered approach in his work with his clients. He has a proven track record of success and a keen eye for detail. Sebastian works tirelessly to help his clients identify, articulate areas of opportunity and formulate a plan of action to achieve their goals on their terms. He leaves clients with the tools and skills to continue to grow and develop as they progress, long after the coaching relationship has expired. Sebastian is a Navy Submarine Force veteran with 10 years of leadership experience in human resources and developing the leaders of tomorrow in private industry and public service. From humble beginnings in Newport, RI where Sebastian graduated from Rogers High School, Sebastian received 4 Naval Accomplishment Medals during his 7-year Naval enlistment. Sebastian earned a B.A. in Business Administration at the Forbes Business School at Ashford University while serving on Active Duty and obtained his MBA from Johnson & Wales University in 2016. Currently, Sebastian leads the Workforce/Leadership Development Unit at a Naval Research and Development Facility in Newport, RI. Sebastian is married with 2 sons and a dog and lives in Bristol, RI. He enjoys biking, fishing, hiking, reading and spending time with his family and firstname.lastname@example.org
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