Leadership Is Everyone’s Responsibility

Originally delivered Feb 20, 2013
Source: AIChE
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    Archived Webinar
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    1 hour
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This webinar discusses the “hidden leadership” opportunities that are woven into everyday roles, how to recognize these opportunities and take advantage of them. As a new engineer coming into an organization, it is essential to understand the informal opportunities and subtle behaviors that reveal your leadership attitude. Often people think that leadership begins when there is a promotion to a position of authority with employees in a direct reporting relationship. Some believe that leadership can simply be switched on after assuming a title. Nothing could be further from the truth and to follow that prescription can be detrimental for young professionals. Don’t wait until you have the position to be a leader. Learn how to be a leader at every opportunity, starting now. 


Greg Shaffer

Greg Shaffer is a performance advisor for TDS who has over 30 years of experience in the petrochemical industry in various roles including operator, front line shift supervisor, operations assistant, trainer, facilitator, and plant training coordinator for a facility of over 600 employees. As a facilitative trainer, Greg has focused his efforts on organizational development and training improvement by offering his expertise in operations fundamentals, operations troubleshooting, team building, leadership and supervisory skills, communications, conflict resolution, trainer training, and...Read more

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