Geometry of a Leader Series
For-profit, Nonprofit, Education and Faith Leaders

 

The Geometry of a Leader grounds leaders in the timeless virtues required to meet the unique and urgent needs of this present moment: presence, humility and courage. Over the course of three virtual workshops, participants will learn practical ways to be present to the people they serve, humble enough to solicit the wisdom of others and courageous enough to follow their vision despite the cost. They will leave the series inspired and empowered to confidently pursue their call to lead — and to make our community better for all.

 

From participants about the series:

“The virtual experience was done about as well as I have seen… it far exceeded my expectations.”
“It was an inspiring and reflective experience that got me focused and fired up.”
“It’s professional development that indeed develops the professional.”
“This series reminded me not only how to lead — it also reminded me what the human experience is.”
2020 Survey Results
Workshops Overview

PRESENCE


Humanizing Your Circles of Influence


Exceptional leaders give people their full attention. They listen to understand. They prioritize human connection. Yet, in our volatile world, leaders often become so preoccupied with all of the problems they feel responsible for fixing that they fail to notice the needs of the people they serve. After this workshop, leaders will return to their homes, workplaces and communities with concrete ways to be present to those around them.

HUMILITY


Creating “We” Solutions


Humble leaders know they don’t know it all. They seek input and advice from people with complementary strengths.
They are open to new ideas. They are aware of their weaknesses. In this workshop, leaders will explore the key features of humility and learn to synthesize rather than silence the varied voices in their workplaces and communities. Leaders will leave this workshop committed to creating “we” not “me” solutions.

COURAGE


Following Your Vision


There are times leaders need to follow their vision and make an unpopular decision despite opposition. This takes courage. In this final workshop, leaders will learn the attributes of a courageous leader and discuss the challenges of leading with courage – especially when resistance emerges and the cost is great. They will leave this workshop with the tools they need to be successful in their next difficult conversation or decision.

Community-Wide Conferences

WHO

Cohorts of adult leaders from across communities

WHAT

Three virtual workshops, two hours each.

HOW MUCH

$1,140 per person for the three-part conference

*50% discount rate available for educators, nonprofit and faith leaders

WHEN

Conference dates are below.

Nebraska & Iowa Conference

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

All workshops run from 9 to 11 a.m. CT and are hosted on Zoom.

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Wisconsin Conference

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

All workshops run from 2 to 4 p.m. CT and are hosted on Zoom.

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Minnesota Spring Conference

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

All workshops run from 8 to 10 a.m. CT and are hosted on Zoom.

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Please contact us to learn more about our offerings for private groups.
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