Do you know when to use transactional leadership (i.e. motivation based on rewards and punishment) tactics vs. transformational leadership (i.e. motivation based on collective understanding, trust and respect) strategies? Both types of leadership are necessary – it is important to understand the difference in each leadership style and which type problems can best be solved by which type of leadership. Join the Arizona Technology Council and ImpaQ Solutions on Tuesday, October 3 as we explore the types of challenges you face and the “action logic” that can best address your needs. This event is sold-out!
“… what differentiates leaders is not so much their philosophy of leadership, their personality, or their style of management. Rather, it’s their internal “action logic”—how they interpret their surroundings and react when their power or safety is challenged.” (Rooke, 2005)
Are you aware of what your internal “action logic” is or where you tend to be in the leadership continuum, and how it impacts you and those around you? Successful transformational leaders harness their action logic and can understand the complex relationship between their actions and behaviors of the people surrounding them. As a result you are able to adapt their approach to best inspire others to action.
In an increasingly interconnected world, the ability to tap into the action logic of team members, build the desire for change, and drive desire to action are essential leadership competencies. During this Lunch and Learn, we will discuss the distinct stages of action logic, and how it is applied using practical, real world examples tested in the field.
What You Will Learn:
- An understanding of the distinction between Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership
- Introduction to “action logic” or where you tend to be in the leadership continuum
- Insight into five decision-making contexts or “domains”
- Information on how you, as a leader, can become a transformational leader
Who Should Attend:
- Executives, C-suite, business owners, and company leaders interested in taking your company or organization into the future.
- Corporate professionals responsible for leadership development within your companies.
About ImpaQ Solutions
ImpaQ Solutions is a consulting company that concentrates on the people side of business. ImpaQ helps your company and employees do and be better through executive, leadership & team development; organizational culture assessment & improvement; strategic visioning & planning, and business advising.
About the Speakers
Margo Boster is CEO and Co-Founder of ImpaQ Solutions, an Arizona Technology Council member company. Margo brings more than 25 years senior leadership experience in information technology, telecommunications and health IT to her consulting and coaching practice. Her professional background is in Information Technology and Health IT. Although she has strong technical experience, the people side of the business that interested her most. Margo has a BS in Psychology, and completed the Leadership Coaching program at Georgetown University. She also completed graduate level course work in Public Policy and Administration from the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia. She is an ICF credentialed Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and a Board Certified Executive Coach, in addition to holding numerous other certifications.
Margo led the CEO Networks for the Arizona Technology Council for two years, and currently serves as a mentor to coaching candidates at Georgetown University Leadership Coaching program. Margo is co-founder of the AZ Transformational Leadership Program and serves as its Program Director.
Joan Hibdon is an executive coach, management consultant, and HR leader with nearly three decades’ experience aligning business strategies with human performance. She has built a solid reputation of being a trusted advisor and valuable business partner earned across diverse industries including financial, cable, food services, software and telecommunications.
Companies like Level 3 Communications, tw telecom, Webroot Software, JD Edwards and PeopleSoft (now Oracle), Reiss Media, and Time Warner Cable have all benefitted from her expertise and insight.
A native of Denver, Colorado, she now resides in Glendale, Arizona. She is a graduate of the University of Phoenix and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Joan attended the University of Denver Executive Education program developed for Level 3. Additionally, she has numerous affiliations and certifications in leadership coaching and team effectiveness training, analysis and coaching. Joan is a Board Member for The Casa Center for Positive Social Change.
Please be advised: this event is sold-out!
7250 N 16th Street
Phoenix , AZ 85020
October 3, 2017
[AZTC Members, FREE] [Non-Members, $15]Register