Post-Summit Learnshop with Dr. Kevin Sansberry II
Great News!! The inspiration, reflection and renewal you experienced on June 29 at the 2021 Midwest Leadership Summit will continue! Join us in July, August and September for continued conversations with 4 of your favorite speakers with our Post-Event Learnshops.
These live conversations will be on Zoom and will be based on their presentations they gave at the 2021 Midwest Leadership Summit. Register today for all of the Learnshops. You don’t want to miss them!*
- Joni Wickham // July 19 at Noon
- Nicole Jacobs Silvey // August 16 at Noon
- Liz Bohannon // September 9 at 2pm
- Dr. Kevin Sansberry II // September 28 at Noon
September 28 at Noon // Summit Post-Event Learnshop
Dr. Kevin Sansberry II // A Follow Up to Behind The Mask
This Post-Summit Learnshop is an interactive group session, with breakout sessions and discussions, designed to bring you insight and action using the ARC Model: Awareness, Resiliency, Create.
Dr. Kevin Sansberry II is a behavioral scientist and executive coach whose work is motivated by the need for evidence-based, inclusive and equitable approaches to urgently and proactively transform and coach leaders, eradicating toxic behaviors that threaten profitability, innovation and the overall well being. He is an impactful executive coach, focused on providing research-informed solutions in various settings such as higher education, nonprofit, sales, and corporate environments. He is also the founder and principle of KEVRA Consulting, a firm that utilized research-based solutions to address organizational challenges such as inclusion, equity and belonging, HR strategy and leadership coaching and development.
Kevin has written extensively on topics in various areas such as CEO narcissism, abusive supervision, workplace authenticity and is currently working on various ventures to further connect the research and best practices to help organizations detoxify and thrive.
Kevin earned his doctorate in business administration from The University of Missouri-St. Louis where he focused on the impact of abusive supervision on the organizational culture/climate, and employee coping behaviors. Kevin received his MBA from The University of Missouri-Kansas City with an emphasis in leadership & change in human systems and general management and his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Central Missouri.