Maya Angelou said, "At the end of the day people won't remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel."
You have the opportunity to inspire and evoke the way people behave and think, setting the environment for exceptional organizational performance.
A leader’s legacy is much less about who or what they lead and much more about how they lead. Title and responsibilities do not make a leader but your natural style can.
Imagine the possibilities of the impact you can make if you strive to be a better leader, by understanding the emotional and relational qualities you contribute to the legacy you leave in your organization. And when we talk about legacy, we mean what you leave in your wake each time you exit a room.
In this session, Insights Head of Learning, Leadership and Education Doug Upchurch and Waste Management Director of Learning and Development, David Voorhees will explore how leaders can develop their legacy as people and professionals regardless of their role.
Watch our webinar and you will discover:
The four components of Leadership Legacy
How to cultivate the attributes you want to be known for
How your emotional, relational and leadership qualities may affect those around you
How leadership legacies can develop at all levels within organisations
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