Established September, 1992
The Science of Leadership and Team Development
A person's capability to develop leadership potential and contribute effectively on teams lies in both genetic and learned traits. This presentation will uncover the six genetic and eleven learned traits that impact leadership potential. We'll review an optimal balance of the traits as they relate to key behavioral models such as: risk profile, interpersonal skills and listening.
The presentation will challenge participant's thinking as we consider how self-deception impacts one's ability to accurately determine potential and performance. As well, we'll discuss how the genetic and learned traits impact team performance. We'll review guidelines for building and sustaining high performing teams.
The presentation will provide a three step approach for life long development and success; Learn, Grow, Lead.
About the Speaker
Kathleen Gallanar, has over twenty years of corporate experience in human resources with; Continental Airlines, American Express, General Electric and Fidelity Investments. Currently, Kathleen is the Vice President of Business Development with EurekaConnect, a professional and organizational development company.
As a human resources leader Kathleen has led teams responsible for strategy development, as well as design, implementation, and measurement of organization-wide global HR solutions. Kathleen has traveled globally facilitating sales and leadership development meetings as well as coaching at the executive level.
Kathleen's work has been featured in Chief Learning Officer Magazine. She is an adjunct faculty member at Plymouth State University in Plymouth New Hampshire where she teaches in the School of Business Administration.
Kathleen is passionate about developing talent and helping people to achieve their greatest potential.
Kathleen earned a Bachelor's degree in Marketing from Boston College and a Masters in Human Resources Development from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. She is the author of My Pink Room an empowering true story of perseverance and hope proving that sorrow does not have to overshadow the joy of life. Kathleen writes poetry, enjoys hiking and beach walks.