Leadership Connections | Leading with and Leveraging Polarities: A Both/And Approach to Flourishing Individuals, Teams, and Communities
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern
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Leadership Connections
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Take a deep dive into the mechanics of polarity thinking so you can bring this strategic process back to your respective community leadership organization. Polarities are pairs of values, competencies, or strategic objectives that seem to oppose one another but are actually interdependent.  Common leadership polarities are: Accountability and Support, Individual and Team, Get the Job Done and Build Relationships, Continuity (Stability) and Transformation (Change), Justice and Mercy, Intent and Impact, Direct and Empower. In this highly interactive workshop, participants will develop competency in identifying, mapping out, and leveraging common polarities in the community.

About the Speaker: John Yeager is the Program Director for Leadership Marshall County in Indiana.  He is also the Founder and Chief Education Officer at The Yeager Leadership Group, where he consults with corporate, school, and athletic teams.  He was an educator for over 40 years at the high school and college levels.  John has a Doctorate in Education and a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology.  He is the author/co-author of 4 books, including The Coaching Zone: Next Level Leadership in Sports.

Setting: Live Virtual
Virtual Event - Zoom
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