Fall 2011 Second Wednesday Series - December
So You Want To Be A Leader
Wednesday, December 14, 2011, at the U.Va. Richmond Center, 8:30 am–3:30 pm
Who Should Attend
Anyone who is considering moving into a leadership position
You have reached a point in your career when you feel ready to assume the role of supervising others. You feel that you can be effective—or even that you can do a better job than supervisors you have known. But are you really prepared to take on the new responsibilities that come with the new position?
This class will help you develop a “leadership mindset” to enable you to analyze a supervisor’s responsibilities, the strengths that make you a good fit, the skills and knowledge you will need to develop, and your motivation for wanting the job. You will leave class feeling better prepared to make your decision and proceed with the next steps.
Attend this seminar, and learn to
- think like a leader
- recognize the differences between leadership skills and individual-contributor skills
- assess your readiness for a leadership role
- demonstrate your readiness to those who can hire you
About the Trainer
Terrie Glass is president of Leadership Solutions, a training and consulting company. She has 15 years of leadership experience and specializes in the development of new leaders and teams. Prior to starting Leadership Solutions, Ms. Glass enjoyed a 20-year career with Henrico County, serving in front-line, middle-management and assistant-director roles. Her current clients include government agencies as well as small businesses and corporations. Ms. Glass is an adjunct faculty member at VCU and is a licensed clinical social worker. She holds an MSW from Virginia Commonwealth University.
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