Understanding Different Leadership Styles to Build More Successful Relationships
Monday Aug. 29 6-8 pm
The Other Side Utica (2011 Genesee St. Utica, NY)
Open to the Public
Presented by Diana Wolgemuth, Dale Carnegie Training Consultant and Mohawk Valley Young Professionals Professional Development Speaker Series
We are very excited to have Diana Wolgemuth, Dale Carnegie Training Consultant presenting a training on communicating with different leadership styles. This is a great opportunity to learn more about yourself, grow professionally, meet other young professionals, and participate in a excellent training session presented by a seasoned trainer. We hope you can make it!
About Dale Carnegie Training:
Dale Carnegie Training is a teaching based program for businesses based on Dale Carnegie’s teachings and a leader in it’s field. It was founded in 1912 and is represented in more than 80 countries.
Accomplishing the most, with and through others, requires us to know our own styles and tendencies and to appreciate the styles and tendencies of others. The diversity of our working relationships and situations requires us to be more flexible in connecting with others.
Each of us has our own unique style, or leadership style. When we interact with others who have a similar leadership style, communication is relatively easy. But when we deal with others who have different leadership styles from ours, communication and cooperation can be challenging. The most important element of working across different leadership styles is our flexibility; our willingness and our ability to see things from the other person’s point of view.
In this program, we will consider four leadership styles, or styles of interacting with others. We will learn about our own style and that of others so we can work with other leadership styles to sustain motivating, successful relationships, and create better results in our careers.
Diana Wolgemuth is a Training Consultant for the Dale Carnegie Franchise in Central New York and started with the company in February 2009. Prior to that, she worked at Hand Held Products (known today as Honeywell) in Skaneateles for 7 years as the Learning and Development Manager. She also worked in a variety of positions at Welch Allyn. Diana is currently on the Board of Directors for the CNY Chapter of American Society of Training and Development, as well as the Executive Vice-Chair for CNY Works Board of Directors. Diana has presented to organizations such as the Syracuse and Binghamton Chapters of the Project Management Institute, Syracuse and Utica Rotary Clubs, Career Connections for CNY Works, and the Youth Group/eCuse organization.
Questions? Please email info@mvyoungprofessionals.