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What kind of leader do you want to be?
Leadership is hard. Often, leaders are put into a role with little guidance and direction. Goals given to leaders by the organization can be vague. In this session, attendees will learn skills to help them reflect on who they are and discern what type of leadership style best fits for them. Strategies that encourage leadership development will also be discussed in order to identify a style that aligns with an attendee's temperament and role.
This class is part of the Leadership Coffee Break Series. Be sure to check out other classes in the series: Coffee Break Series
Review multiple leadership styles
Reflect on one’s own self and discern which leadership style best fits with one's personality
MN Board of Social Work
1.0 CEU (CEP-275)
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