March 8, 2021 at 12 p.m. PT
Available PDP Points:
10:00 a.m. -- Education Series workshop begins
11:00 a.m. -- Anticipated adjournment
“Recognizing Leadership Blind Spots”
by Erin MacAngus-Marshall; Director of Training, Dale Carnegie Training of British Columbia
Every human has a physical blind spot – a point in our field of vision for each eye that we simply cannot see. A recent study conducted by Dale Carnegie suggests that leaders and leadership teams have blind spots, too. When it comes to some key behaviours that motivate and inspire employees to give their best efforts, leaders around the world consistently underperform.
Simply having an awareness of these blind spots may help all of us better see the gap between our actual behaviour and our desired behaviour when it comes to getting the best from those who look to us for leadership. This workshop will help you acknowledge common blind spots and learn what leaders can do to closing that behavioural gap.
About Erin MacAngus-Marshall
Erin MacAngus-Marshall is the Director of Training for Dale Carnegie of British Columbia, Northern Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon and the Northwest Territories. In her 13 years with Dale Carnegie, MacAngus-Marshall served in a variety of positions with the organization -- including in administration and performance consulting -- prior to assuming the Director of Training role. She is passionate about helping organizations and individuals transform their lives and businesses. MacAngus-Marshall's coaching experience also extends to sport, as she is a Certified Level III coach in synchronized swimming.