EXECUTIVE EDUCATION | Collaborative Leadership: The Art of Working with and Motivating Others
Collaborative leadership is about uniting and motivating people towards a shared purpose. This can be difficult because of personalities, personal agendas, misaligned goals, and the lack of collaboration skills. However, with the skills and knowledge to be a collaborative leader, you can overcome these challenges and inspire people towards shared outcomes, unified relationships, and taking responsibility to follow through with commitments.
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- Facilitate collaborative decision-making by asking the right questions, listening with focus, and capturing ideas.
- Create a collaborative environment where people are motivated to work together, resolve issues, and discover optimal outcome.
- Recognize what motives people to show up, work with commitment, and engage with others.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who is responsible for inspiring others to work together towards a shared purpose. This will include team leaders, supervisors, managers, or project managers.
About the Instructor
Todd Long is the founder and president of Leadership Innovations. Over the past 25 years, Todd has dedicated his work to improving individual leadership performance, team effectiveness, and improved organizational outcomes. He has worked with tens of thousands of people across the world from organizations that include large global companies, small businesses, nonprofits, and educational institutions. Todd has a master’s degree in speech communication focusing on organizational development. He believes in experiential interactive learning that challenges people to think deeper and discover application.
Professionally – Todd is a leadership adviser, facilitator, speaker, author, and coach. Personally – Todd is a husband (25 years), father of five, piano player, ukulele enthusiast, song writer, motorcyclist, exerciser, and faith builder.
For more information: https://bloch.umkc.edu/programs/collaborative-leadership-the-art-of-working-with-and-motivating-others/