Workshop | Leading with Inspiration and Influence

When:  May 19, 2022 from 01:00 PM to 04:15 PM (ET)

Take a moment to think about people who influence you the most. What makes you receptive to their influence? In Leading with Inspiration and Influence, you’ll practice balancing inquiry and advocacy to influence others as you work together to meet shared goals.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Evaluate the areas where you can inspire and influence others
  • Use the Advocacy vs. Inquiry Model to effectively navigate important conversations

ICMA Practice Area [5] Personal Resiliency and Development



  • Purchase of Single Workshop Session: $295
  • Multi-Session Discount | Purchase of 3 Workshop Sessions: $695 (All sessions must be purchased at same time to receive discount. Discount applied at checkout.)


  • Purchase of Single Workshop Session: $495
  • Multi-Session Discount | Purchase of 3 Workshop Sessions: $995 (All sessions must be purchased at same time to receive discount. Discount applied at checkout.)

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Leading Through Change | May 26, 2022

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  • Recognize how change impacts the human brain
  • Map the changes impacting your team and identify the times where multiple changes might occur
  • Clarify the compelling why and build a positive narrative for your most important changes
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  • Build a learning culture and establish new habits

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Leading Team Problem Solving | June 2, 2022

You’re stuck and there’s just no way around this brick wall. This feeling happens to everyone. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to get past the roadblock. The ability to problem-solve is a key skill to have in any role, but especially as you take on leadership responsibilities. Join us to learn more about the methods you can use to get over, under, though, or around obstacles.

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  • Prioritize and evaluate solutions

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Leading with Dialogue: Turn Challenging Discussions into Productive Conversations | June 16, 2022

Putting off a difficult conversation? We get it. It’s not easy. In fact, it takes a lot of courage to hold that uncomfortable conversation. But difficult conversations can be healthy for you and your team if you follow the process outlined in Leading with Dialogue. You’ll be able to master the art of dialogue and resolve festering issues.

  • Consider your communication tendencies and whether they promote engagement and productivity
  • Contrast and compare the differences between dialogue and other communication approaches
  • Illustrate and apply the difficult conversation process

ICMA Practice Area [14] Communication and Information Sharing


Leading Across Generations | June 30, 2022

For the first time in the modern era, we have four generations in the workforce. And each generation has grown up with a different world view and expectations for what they want for their careers. It’s likely you’re dealing with the complicated dynamics of leading a multi-generational team. Leading Across Generations will provide you with a strategic approach for establishing mutual benefit for each member of your team.

  • Explore the unique complexities leading a multi-generational workforce
  • Determine the needs of each member of your team
  • Overcome communication barriers and assumptions for optimal team collaboration
  • Harness the strengths of each of your team members, utilizing their talents where they fit best
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