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New Leadership Skills for the Future of Work: What’s in Your Quiver?

September 9, 2021; 12:00 PM-1:00 PM EDT

We are entering a new phase of work, where emotional intelligence, collaboration, and authenticity reign even in professional venues. Developing your leadership abilities in order to advance in your career and succeed at work will require a new set of skills and priorities. 

In this interactive workshop, leadership consultant and executive Rhonda Joy McLean will help guide participants from old ways of thinking about leadership to new. 

You'll get:
- A mini leadership assessment to help you identify and enhance your skills
- The tools to close the gap between the skills you already have and the ones you need in the new normal
- A framework for thinking creatively about leadership and work that will help you progress in your career
- Guidance on building a personalized leadership improvement strategy that you can implement immediately

New Leadership Skills for the Future of Work: What’s in Your Quiver?>
49 W38th Street, Floor 12A New York NY 10016

About Presenter:

Rhonda Joy McLean is the President and CEO of RJMLEADS LLC,a leadership consulting company based in New York City. She is the former Deputy General Counsel of Time Inc., a global media company, where she managed one third of the law department for nearly 20 years and provided legal counsel to over 200 clients, including the print, digital and social media marketing staff for Time, People, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Money, Entertainment Weekly and ESSENCE, among other top brands. A noted public speaker, she is also the co-author of the best-selling book series  The Little Black Book of Success, written with her longtime colleagues Elaine Meryl Brown and Marsha Haygood, also former Time Warner executives. Her books and consulting business have taken her  around the country to conduct leadership workshops, board strategic planning retreats and career advancement seminars.