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Upcoming LeaderJam Events

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image Succession Planning: It's Easier Than You Think

It’s no secret that organizations need succession plans to ensure seamless operational continuity after key employees leave. Baby-boomers have already begun to retire in droves, while younger employees are not afraid to change jobs and do so more frequently. Yet succession planning is often a low priority. Why? Margie Hamner will share practical wisdom to manage the risks and optimize the outcomes.

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Presenter: Margie Hamner
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image Become Conflict Competent

Conflict in workplace settings is inevitable. Avoiding it is not effective, and can exacerbate the stress associated with it. What does an evidence-based approach look like for managing conflict and simultaneously building resilience? KJ Shapiro -- drawing heavily on Craig Runde's work -- walks through constructive behaviors to deal with conflict, avoid burnout and build resilience.

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Presenter: Karen Jo Shapiro
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image Mindfulness for Leadership: Help or Hype?

Mindfulness and mindfulness meditation is a booming trend. Not surprisingly, it's infiltrated leadership development. But is it over-hyped? How does evidence for leadership benefits stack-up? This webinar will explore the real promise of mindful leadership, exploring the facts and exploding the myths. Without the hype.

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Presenter: Chip Carter
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image Author Interview: Naveen Lakkur on his book, A Little Extra; A Book of Illustrations for Extraordinary Results

There's broadly accepted conception that leaders must do extraordinary things in order to achieve extraordinary results. In his latest book, A Little Extra, Naveen Lakkur reveals secrets of how just a little extra can enable powerful outcomes. Leaderjam will interview Naveen on his book and how ordinary people can become extraordinary leaders.

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Presenter: Naveen Lakkur
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image Pack, Team or Chain? How does your group get work done?

Work gets done in many ways--depending on the people, the task, the resources, and the environment. Packs are great at finding information, teams excel at planning and solving problems, and chains are often the process through which work is completed. Learn more about the pros and cons of each approach, and how to drive productivity for your team as a a leader.

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Presenter: Cecelia Burokas
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image Wasting Hours Each Day in Meetings? Lead Your Meetings into Productive Time

We all spend many hours on long conference calls or in conference rooms filled with too many attendees distracted on their mobile devices. If you're leading those meetings, how you do so can define you as a leader. Laura Elkins, having facilitated and attended 25K+ hours of meetings in her career, will share methods to help turn your meetings around to achieve engagement and productivity.

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Presenter: Laura Elkins
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image The How of Persuasion: Make Influence and Problem-Solving Flow

The most effective persuasion tool is (not surprisingly) listening. But what exactly to listen FOR? Rob Kanzer will explore how emotions and needs are the tremendous twins that--when reflected properly--lead to trust and rapport. Once rapport is established, influence and problem-solving begin to flow.

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Presenter: Rob Kanzer
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image Being Change: A Pragmatic Look at How to Navigate Change

Essentially change can be thought of as external (adapting to changes) and internal (that which changes us). With a brief but unique look at handling external changes, the webinar delves into how internal changes and personal upheavals alter and often transforms from the inside out.

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Presenter: Kris Girrell
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