LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE WORKSHOP From the BALDWINSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Learn How Ordinary People Get Extraordinary Things Done
Baldwinsville Public Library’s PCC has invited the Wayland Free Library eSkills Shop to participate in a two night workshop. A two-part Leadership Challenge Workshop will be broadcast via video-conferencing equipment from the Baldwinsville Public Library on two successive evenings, Tuesday, February 28, and Wednesday, February 29, from 7 to 9 p.m. This workshop is designed to teach the participants how to increase their effectiveness as leaders in businesses and organizations. The program is free, but advance registration is required.
The interactive workshop is based on the award-winning book, The Leadership Challenge, by Jim Kouzes, Chairman and Chairman Emeritus of Tom Peters Company, and Barry Posner, Ph.D., Associate Dean of the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University. Leadership Challenge Facilitator Steve Borek will guide participants through personal exercises, group problem-solving tasks, and experiential learning to explore and apply The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership.
The leadership curriculum is based on research collected over the past 25 years from over 25,000 leaders and 100,000 constituents in a variety of private and public sector organizations. This research identifies the five practices that characterize how ordinary people get extraordinary things done in organizations. It indicates that individuals who increase the frequency of these practices have greater credibility and higher-performing teams.
Steve Borek is CEO and Founder of End Game Business, an Executive & Leadership Coaching firm. He graduated cum laude from both Mercy College with a B.S. Accounting & Finance and Syracuse University with an MBA and core concentration in International Business. He’s achieved a standard in the coaching industry, becoming both ICF and BCC certified.
For reservations, call the Wayland Free Library at 728-5380
or email Don Eck at email@example.com.