Management Bootcamp Part 1: The Mindset of an Impactful Manager

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Sep 20, 2015 Comments Off on Management Bootcamp Part 1: The Mindset of an Impactful Manager

Online Webinar
Thursday, October 15, 2015, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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The elusive world of management is something we are never formally taught, yet expected to know and master throughout our careers. The shift from individual contributor to manager of people is both an exciting and overwhelming milestone in one’s career. As we grow within an organization, we are expected to have management skills in our toolkit. We often wonder, “If I’m not the one actually doing the work, then what am I supposed to be doing every day?”

Part 1 of this 4-part Management Bootcamp will focus on you – the mindset of management and how to make the shift from being recognized for what you do to being recognized for how you serve and support others to success. We will discuss both the art and science of letting go in a way that feels authentic and valued.

The topics we will cover throughout the series include: managing down, managing up, dealing with difficult personalities, navigating difficult conversations, giving / receiving feedback, how to coach someone to success, time / energy balance, and more.

The Presenter:
Valia Glytsis is CEO and Founder of The Paradox of Leadership, a boutique leadership education firm based in New York City and serving clients globally. As an Executive coach, trainer, and speaker, Valia works with leaders and organizations that yearn for a more meaningful and impactful way of working, communicating, and leading. This talent development focus delivers subtle yet profound mindset shifts that revel in the paradox of leadership – it all begins within. Valia’s passion for leadership is driven by rich professional experience in marketing, branding, and consulting with one common denominator – the ability to drive transformational success through a fierce commitment to the human side of business.

Recent clients include: McKinsey, Facebook, DigitasLbi, Kiehl’s, Soul Cycle, Edelman, HBO, New York City Economic Development Corporation, IBM, Prudential, Athena Leadership Lab, Georgetown, Columbia, Cornell, and the Stern School of Business.


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