Seminar 14A - Balanced Leadership: The Role of Behavior Styles (separate registration required)

Tuesday, October 15 | 9:00AM–12:30PM | Meeting Room 213A
Session Type: Professional Development
Extensive research has identified the concept of behavior styles as a major factor in successful leadership. Recognizing behaviors and understanding the needs of people who exhibit those behaviors helps create more effective work and personal relationships. This session will build awareness of the different styles and discuss ways to communicate more clearly, accomplish desired change, and modify your own behavior when working with each style. The realities we confront as leaders today make this concept crucial. An institution's ability to survive tomorrow's challenges depends to a large extent on whether its leaders can successfully manage relationships in the face of change.


  • Morris Beverage

    President, Lakeland Community College

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