WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO Be A “POWER SMART” LEADER?

Download our free on-demand webinar march 4th, 2019

Become a Power Smart Leader

Discover the keys to Power Intelligence® — what it takes to become a “power smart” leader.

In this webinar you will discover exactly why power becomes corrupting, the common traps leaders fall into, and the 3 key competencies for using power effectively in a leadership role.

Ready to become a power-smart leader? Simply fill out the form below to download our on-demand webinar, Power Intelligence®: Becoming a Power Smart Leader. Available March 4th, 2019!

 

Key Lessons of This Webinar

Build your personal power

In our research with leaders, one fact stands out: positional power does not always translate into a sense of power. While Positional Power bestows a license to act, Personal Power bestows the capacity to act. Your personal sense of power is a critical component of using power well.

Watch out for the lure of low rank

Feeling powerless is a trap for many leaders. It’s the number one reason people misuse their power. Learn to recognize low rank moments, and develop your toolkit for withstanding triggers and other threats to your sense of empowerment.

Close the Gap

Making the right impact on your team is critical to success. The problem? From a position of power, it’s hard to get an accurate read on how others experience your actions. Learn how to close the gap between your intended communication and how it’s received and understood.

“The theory and practice of Power Intelligence® provides change agents and organizations with an accessible way to talk about and work productively with power, traditionally a non-discussable and conflicted area. Importantly, it is based on years of expert practice, theory and research enabling power literacy to become part of the foundational practice for any change agent exercising leadership..”

Liz Skelton, Director

Collaboration for Impact
Co-Author The Australian Leadership Paradox and The Lost Conversations
Sydney, Australia

“For more than 25 years, as an executive leader in the nonprofit sector, in many different organizations, I tried to create more healthy and equitable organizations. What I would have given to have these tools and resources! Having a common language and understanding of power would have helped me and my colleagues address some of our most difficult organizational challenges and even improve our community partnerships. Now, as a leadership coach, these are the single most useful tools I use to elicit breakthrough conversations about power.”  

Louise Pitre, Principal

Louise Pitre Coaching and Consulting