Am I a Good Boss? How Do I Know?

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Mar 25, 2012 Comments Off on Am I a Good Boss? How Do I Know?

Online webinar
Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Surveys confirm that about half of today’s bosses do not have effective working relationships with their team members. The problem is that these bosses seldom realize that they are not great leaders of others. Yet, as a boss, we have a duty to our company and to our team members to be an effective leader, and we are obliged to try to find out just how well we are doing, and to work to be our best as a boss. Join John Keyser (C'59), Business Leadership Coach and Consultant, as he reflects on his 40 years of business experience, and discusses steps to learn how we are perceived as a boss and what we can do to be even better, e.g., self-assessments, surveys, informal feedback and 360-degree assessments. A Q&A component will be included.

Keyser currently works with executives who recognize the need and have a passion for striving for continuous improvement, their own and their company's. He also writes Ideas & Advice on each week, intending for these papers to be helpful in achieving success in business. He helps executives become even better at what they do and in their leadership of others—becoming their best selves, and he also helps with teamwork development and creating and maintaining organizational cultures with positive, high energy, true teamwork and loyalty. 360-degree assessments are one of John's specialties. Keyser had a long career with high level leadership positions in the corporate and then not-for-profit fields in NY, Chicago and Washington. Keyser is a Georgetown liberal arts graduate and also a graduate of the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Program.

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