Expand Your Leadership
Members of successful teams and working groups trust one another on a fundamental level. They are comfortable being vulnerable with each other about not only their strengths, but also their weaknesses, mistakes, shortcomings, and behaviors. They get to a point where they can be completely candid with one another.
This is essential because members of groups who trust one another are not afraid to engage in conflict around ideas, which is the key to individual and group success. They do not hesitate to disagree with, challenge, and question each other, all in the spirit of finding the best answers and discovering the truth.
You Will Learn How To
Build Trust in Your Group
Create an Environment of Integrity
Learn About Motivational and Behavioral Styles
Develop Confidence in Your Ability to Manage Conflict
Empower Yourself and Members of Your Group
Navigate Crucial and Challenging Conversations
Create a Structure for Healthy Debate
- Exploring and sharing individual motivational and behavioral styles
- Exercises to create trust and understanding
- Exploring and sharing individual reactions to conflict
- Exercises to create norms around conflict
David Langiulli is a certified professional coach who helps nonprofit executives and their teams get results. David's experience spans the university and corporate sectors over nearly three decades. Most recently he led a fundraising team at Princeton which consisted of 10 professionals responsible for $35 million in annual support to the University. Several thousand nonprofit leaders interested in self- development, leadership, and management follow David's blog on LinkedIn. He’s a graduate of CTI’s Leadership program and holds master’s degrees in business and engineering, as well as an undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics-engineering. As a volunteer, David serves on the Board of Directors of Volare Youth Leadership, a nonprofit that helps teens discover their purpose and passion.
Michelle Maloy Dillon is a certified executive coach and facilitor of experiential learning programs that help individuals, groups and organizations embrace change and consciously create their future. With over twenty years of entrepreneurial experience, she brings a playful and creative mindset to leadership development. Her most recent work involves facilitating leadership development and coaching for executives and front line leaders in the construction materials and banking industries. Michelle is a graduate of CTI’s Leadership program and holds a CPCC certification through the Coaches Training Institute and a PCC certification through the International Coaching Federation. As a volunteer, Michelle serves as a coach for The Coaching Fellowship, a non-profit dedicated to developing young women leaders.
What People Say About This Workshop
"This workshop helped our team set the stage for engaging with each other in a healthy way."--John Quarmley, Highwood USA
"The program helped me better understand my own management style, while also learning how to interact with members of my team that have different styles."--Ellen P., Colorado State University