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Workshop:

The Contemporary Leader

Event Description:

 

Leadership is a broad concept. We should not simply think of it as “leading people or organizations”. If you think about a project, an initiative, a working group, or even an event, all of these aspects all require “leadership”.

 

Global Institute for Lifelong Empowerment (GiLE) and Valeriano Donzelli, Corporate Executive and President of InSpiral, have organized a interactive workshop in Budapest that will take you on an insightful ride to explore:

 

⭐️ How the leadership paradigms are evolving; and

 

⭐️ What are the characteristics that make a contemporary leader able to make a difference in the lives of individuals in the community, and, ultimately, in the world.

Details:

Date:

16th of September 2020 (Wednesday)

Time:

19:00 to 21:00

Venue:

Közkincs Könyvtár - Rákóczi út 11. Budapest, Hungary 1088

Learning Outcomes:

The skills and traits that contemporary leaders need, in order to achieve goals, inspire others, and positively contribute to their organizations and society;

What are the best practices of contemporary leadership to foster an environment of safety, connection, inclusion and equality; and

Which areas you should focus on, in order to improve your leadership skills… because in one way or another, you will be a leader too!

Meet your facilitator

Valeriano Donzelli (Vale) is a Leadership and Communication Skills Coach, a Corporate Executive and the President of InSpiral Foundation.

 

Vale has 16 years of experience in leadership and management. In the last 5 years, he’s been teaching and coaching using Storytelling and Nonviolent Communication techniques.

 

Vale believes that by changing the fundamentals of leadership and communication, we can create a world where compassion, service, sustainability, and purpose will allow everyone to thrive.

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