AALI Journey Session: 4 "The Influence of Implicit Biases and Values upon Leadership Styles"

AALI Journey Session: 4 "The Influence of Implicit Biases and Values upon Leadership Styles"

 

The issue of biases in leadership

 On November 13, we will host Session 4 of the AALI Journey in which our facilitator Renée Thompson will discuss the influence of implicit biases and values upon leadership. 

 In Session 1, Finding Your Voice Amidst the Changing Demands of Our Communities, our panelists Leona Smith of NECIC, Victor Coleman Jr. of FirstEnergy Corp, and Deanna West-Torrence of NECIC had a thought-provoking discussion with Renée about leadership demands of the workplace and civic communities. In Session 2, Renée talked about how identities are reflected in leadership and had a candid conversation with local podcaster Javontae Feagin (On Everything I Love) about leadership in Mansfield.  

 In Session 3, Renée spoke talk about the various theories of leadership and answered the question of if and how leaders are made or born. She had an engaging interview with Christen Lee about the responsibilities of a leader given the interesting times we live in. Want to learn more about Renée? We introduced her in a previous blog post on this link.  

 In Session 4, Renée will interview Dr. Phil Mazzocco of Ohio State University to discuss the issue of biases when it comes to leadership. Are you ready to continue your leadership development Journey with us? Make sure to join us November 13 from noon till 1:30pm. You can register at the following link: Register Here!  

 Stop postponing your leadership development and join us on the AALI Journey!  

 

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