Women Mean Better Business Webinar Series – Intentionality: Deciding is the Missing Step to Leading Well

webinar2The best leaders give consideration to, and are purposeful about, their leadership intent (the kind of leader they want to be) and their leadership impact (the legacy they want to leave). It determines how we lead, day-in, day-out.

In this thought-provoking and practical webinar, Rebecca will look at:

  • Defining our own ‘Leadership Footprint’
  • Intentionality in leading change: understanding our impact on others
  • Being a target and agent of influence
  • How intentionality shapes our impact in meetings and presentations
  • Being proactive about leadership derailers: building in habits to sustain our leadership journey

You’ll leave this session inspired and equipped with tangible ideas for increasing your leadership intentionality.

You’re Invited!

Join us on Wednesday, September 23 when Dr. Rebecca Newton shows us how to be a more purposeful leader.

Intentionality: Deciding is the Missing Step to Leading Well
Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. ET (US)

Dr. Rebecca Newton is a business psychologist, adviser, and executive coach. She rebecca_newton3has over 15 years’ global experience running leadership development programs.

Rebecca is a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, teaching management in action, serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Change Management, and was formerly a visiting fellow at Harvard University.


About Smith College Executive Education

Smith's signature all-female learning environment ignites the power of women and provides an exceptional networking forum where participants share insights and perspectives with a cohort of talented and high-powered peers.
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