The Mindset of a Leader: Bridging the Management – Leadership Gap

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Jan 19, 2014 Comments Off on The Mindset of a Leader: Bridging the Management – Leadership Gap

Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

While most people would agree that there is a significant difference between management and leadership, the “how” of bridging that gap is quite obscure, particularly because so much is rooted in transforming a mindset. Simple, but certainly not easy. Our values, beliefs, and mindsets are entrenched so deeply that they dramatically frame the way in which we live and lead our lives. Join us for a hands-on exploration of what it takes to shift from managing to truly leading your life, career, and organization.

Executive Leadership Coach & Trainer, Valia Glytsis (COL ’02), will teach us the Top 5 non-negotiables of high-impact leadership and how to start “walking the talk” each day. From intuitive listening and courageous conversations to building alignment and making the shift from IQ to EQ, you will learn the difference between the perpetual “doing” of management to powerful “being” of leadership. This webinar is ideal for those high-potential, functionally-excellent individual achievers who are now ready to take on the nuances of leadership. Once you know how to tap into the leader within, there’s no going back… it changes everything!

Valia Glytsis (COL ’02) is an Executive Leadership Speaker, Coach & Trainer based in New York City. Founder of the boutique leadership development firm, Redefining Leadership, Valia drives clients and audiences to discover their passion, pursue their purpose, and transform their mindset. Whether speaking to Fortune 500 companies or working with startups to build a brand, Valia’s approach to coaching is grounded in truth, connection, and passion. Recent client highlights include McKinsey, HBO, Soul Cycle, Digitas, and Kaltura. To learn more, visit:

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