BAEDN Event Oct 30: Accelerating Leadership Development in Silicon Valley
Monday, October 1, 2018
Posted by: Patty Woolcock
ime: October 30, 2018 from 4:30pm to 7pm
Location: County of Santa Clara Charcot Training & Conference Center
Street: 2310 N. First Street, Suite 102
City/Town: San Jose, CA 95131
Event Type: networking, seminar
Organized By: Dr. Errol Wirasinghe
Jennifer and a team from The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) will present CCL’s new Accelerated Continuous Development Model (ACD) based on research with leading Silicon Valley companies on how to support leaders in our fast-paced environment. They will cover:
- Overview of the Seven Best Practices for ‘fast-track’ leadership development in Silicon Valley
- Share CCL’s model for Accelerated Continuous Development (ACD)
- Specific examples of how CCL has partnered with clients to create time-critical HEAT experiences for accelerated learning
- Key criteria for what makes a learning experience a HEAT experience.
CCL will share insights on how to apply these principles in your leadership development programs, along with the upcoming plan for applied research in the Bay Area. experiences for accelerated learning
Speaker Bio: Jennifer Habig, MD - CCL
A coach, consultant, and trainer for over a decade, Jennifer has helped organizations see themselves from the perspective of the individuals who lead them and teams that work in them. Rather than saddling clients with data and strategies without context or execution support, she and her CCL teams walk beside them, collaborating to define the problem/opportunity, and helping them see their organizations from new perspectives. Solutions reflect the clients’ vision, enriched by CCL’s experience and enthusiasm.
Jennifer holds a BA in psychology from Hanover College, an MS in industrial/ organizational psychology from Purdue University, and a PhD in consulting psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. She is a Board Certified Coach (BCC) through the Center for Credentialing and Education.