Leading UP When You Are Not in Charge
Sponsored by: Everyone is a leader, but not everyone leads from the top. When you actively
Everyone is a leader, but not everyone leads from the top. When you actively lead up you are supporting the leaders in your company. If you fail to “Lead Up” you can contribute to missed opportunities, confusion, and failures in your organization. Even if you lack positional power, you can lead up by serving others. Join us as we discuss the benefits of leading up and leading well. .
- Understand the importance of Leading Up.
- Recognize that you can Lead Up at any level.
- Discuss how and when to lead up.
- Discuss the consequences of not leading up.
This program is ideal for: Young professionals, HR managers, emerging leaders, first time supervisors, mid-level managers, C-Suite executives, corporate trainers, business consultants, speakers, and coaches.
Cost: Free for SLA Members. $80 non-member. $60 nonprofits.
Individuals who are either unemployed or connected with an employer who is unable to pay can request scholarships for any of our programs.
About Our Facilitator
E. Jake Gamble is an executive coach, thought leader, writer, leadership/performance advisor, and underdog advocate. Jake’s candor, passion, sense of humor, and real-world approach to business and life make him a favorite coach, trainer, speaker, and mentor to many. Mr. Gamble established Leadership Support Services in 2009. His passion is leadership with an emphasis character development, authenticity, and transparency. Jake is an accomplished guitarist and vocalist who enjoys performing at small clubs and venues in the Fort Wayne, IN. regional area. In his spare time, he loves to spend time with his 5 yr. old French Bulldog, Frankie!
(Tuesday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm