Part I: Positive leadership intelligence
Your performance is equal to potential, minus interference, as per Tim Gallwey’s helpful concept. This session will guide you to manage better the war between your inner critics and your inner leader.
Pre-work: Complete the complimentary Saboteur Online Assessment
- Decode your Saboteur Online Assessment to understand how saboteurs create interference with your potential
- Identify your top saboteurs and increase your awareness of their sneaky tactics
- Connect with others with similar saboteurs and develop strategies to manage them
Part II: Resilient leaders
In these unprecedented times, leaders are tasked with increasing personal and team members’ reliance while working in a virtual or hybrid world. This session will support you in learning new practices, connecting with other leaders, and receiving support to help you increase your resilience and those around you.
- Reflect on your resilience and that of your team members
- Learn and share tools to expand resilience
- Apply resilience tools to yourself and discuss how to support team members
Part III: Leading now
This session will explore the “tried and true” approach to leading and problem-solving. Learners will gather leadership tips to help them be more responsive and agile in the challenging times we live in now.
- Understand how to adjust your leadership approach during complex and uncertain times
- Learn and share tools to expand responsiveness and agility even while teleworking
- Commit to experimenting and determining go-forward strategies
Part IV: Your leadership brand
As you grow your influence and impact within an organization, it’s essential to clarify what you stand for, how you stand out, and what you want to be known for. In this session, we will unpack the key components of a personal leadership brand designed to assist you in defining your style and finding your edge.
- Understand your unique leadership style and personal brand
- Identify your desired impact and brand with multiple stakeholders
- Define actions to support managing your leadership brand
Part V: Leader as coach
Coaching is often the skill that differentiates great leaders from good leaders. In this session, we uncover the why of coaching and practice key coaching skills so that leaders can coach both quickly and effectively, thereby unlocking their team’s potential.
- Understand the importance of coaching and its impact on engagement and performance
- Clarify what coaching is and what it is not
- Practice key coaching competencies with a relevant case study
|Attendee type||Series pricing|
|Annual team learning subscribers||Included|
Learn from series facilitator and leadership coach, Ranya Elan.
Ranya Elan is a leadership coach and consultant who has supported leaders and teams with key leadership, communication, and career challenges for over 15 years.
She believes in the power of relationships and helps leaders build strong working relationships by learning to communicate clearly, authentically, and strategically. The result is enhanced relationships both in and outside of work, as well as improved performance. She is frequently called upon to support leaders in developing a coaching mindset and employing coaching skills to drive team engagement and high performance.
Ranya has worked with leaders across numerous industries, including financial services, professional services, tech, education, manufacturing, retail, pharmaceutical, not-for-profit, and government. Her clients describe her as having a balance of humour, wisdom, and practicality. As a leadership coach, her passion is in helping leaders overcome overwhelm and develop the impact they desire.
Ranya has completed a Master’s and Bachelor of Education at the University of Toronto/O.I.S.E. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from McMaster University. She is multi-lingual and is a qualified Birkman consultant as well as an MBTI practitioner. Through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI), she completed coach training and the organization’s intensive ten-month Leadership Program. She now serves as a faculty member at the organization. she has also trained in organization, relationship and systems coaching and is a professional certified coach through the International Coaching Federation. Most recently, she served as a judge for the International Coaching Federation of Toronto’s Prism Awards to recognize organizations that use coaching to yield measurable business results.
Continuing education credits
|Canadian College of Health Information Management||8 CPE credits|
Frequently asked questions
After purchasing the leadership series product, you will receive an email approximately 48 hours prior to each event date with a registration link. Please place a hold on your calendar in the interim.
If you register for the series and cannot make a particular event date, a raw recording will be emailed to you.
This interactive series is taking place live each Wednesday in September from 12:00-1:30 pm ET. Spaces are limited and each person will need to individually access their Zoom links.
We encourage teams to debrief afterwards to foster discussions about the content that was covered and how it will apply to each organization.
After each live event, you will receive confirmation of your attendance. Please upload these as supporting documentation. The entire series is worth 8 CPE credits.