Offered by the UMD Alumni Association, this webinar demonstrates how people who identify as introverts can communicate and exercise leadership in highly effective ways, despite the cultural myths that hold that “real” leaders are extroverted and dynamic.
After a general introduction to introversion, the webinar will outline dominant cultural myths about leadership and make the case that introverts can be effective leadership because of, not despite, their different approaches to communication.
Several case studies will be woven throughout the presentation to illustrate major points. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session with attendees.
Alexandra G. Carter, Ph.D. CCP, is a trained Appreciative Inquiry facilitator, and enjoys bringing this energizing and affirming lens to organizational planning and development. A Certified Coaching Professional, Alex works from a strengths-based perspective, expanding and deepening what’s working for an individual, team or organization. Whether in a coaching relationship, facilitating strategic planning, or engaging in board development, Alex offers individuals, boards and teams a variety of skills to improve the productivity, effectiveness and morale of their organizations.
Email: cjohns01 [at] umd [dot] edu