CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
GOOD LEADER, BAD LEADER:
WHAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE?
An Interactive, Participatory Seminar
featuring Al Ritter, leadership expert and author
with his team of top leadership coaches
Saturday, November 6, 2010
8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Room 621, Gleacher Center
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Breakfast and Lunch from Wolfgang Puck included
Price: $120.00 for general public
$95.00 for Roundtable members and alumni/students of
Chicago Booth, IIT, Kellogg, NIU
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What are the qualities of good leaders? According to Al Ritter, the key attributes of a leader are very different from what most of us would expect. The outstanding leaders are:
- Committed to developing positive relationships with those around them, and
- Able to create a discipline to accomplish results
In this seminar, Al and his team will help us to understand several of the key qualities of true leadership through interactive exercises. This seminar is thus not simply a classroom explanation of leadership but a hands-on learning and participation experience. You will learn leadership skills by participating and interacting with others.
Your Leadership Coaches
Al Ritter is a leadership coach, professional speaker and the author of two best-selling books on leadership. He has consulted for the past 22 years with thousands of business leaders. He formerly worked with Accenture where he was recognized as the firm’s resident expert on leadership and team building. Al has his MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business.
Christina Dyer is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She has counseled leaders in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations, focusing on their improvement, both personally and profession-ally. Combining her education and training with her diverse career and travel experiences, Christina inspires clients to lead a creative,full and passionate life.
Randy Roach brings over twenty years of experience working as a change agent transforming organizations and enhancing individual leadership and team performance. She has been employed at the senior level by two of the leading global consulting firms and has a proven track record of delivering organization and leadership development solutions that support business strategy.
8:30 Continental Breakfast
9:15 Overview of the Day
- Domains of leadership
- Relationships & results
10:35 The 100/0 Principle
- Keys to relationships
- Listening exercise
10:45 Taking Responsibility for Relationships
- Responsibility exercise
- The Difficult Boss
1:00 Discipline of Execution
- Clear, coordinated
- Showing gratitude
- Appreciation exercise
2:30 Q&A, Wrap Up
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