At the second-annual Converge workshop, the Regional Leadership Council will bring together leadership program participants and alumni from Central Iowa to learn and connect. This year, our focus will be intentional leadership through integrity and civility.
2:30 - 3:00 p.m. - Check-in
3:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Intentional Leadership (Dr. Matthew Davidson)
Community Leadership is an essential element of a vibrant community, and a role to which many leaders feel called. However, leading in the community requires a particular mindset and a set of skills; it requires intentionality. Good people and good causes do not guarantee a process marked by integrity and civility, or the full realization of desired outcomes. Excellence with integrity is the means and end-goal for leading in the community. Educational, motivational, and replicable – this leadership session focuses on the interpersonal skills and habits, as well as the replicable group processes for enhanced community leadership.
Each participant will walk away with a workbook filled with tools used by top Iowa employers, including Hy-Vee, Prairie Meadows and the Principal Financial Group.
About Dr. Davidson: Through his work at the Institute for Excellence & Ethics, Dr. Matthew Davidson seeks to foster optimal performance in individuals and organizations through the assessment and development of leadership, teamwork, work ethic and overall well-being. He has dedicated nearly 20 years to theory, practice, and assessment of character and culture.
5:00 - 6:00 p.m. - Networking
Connect with leaders from the various leadership programs throughout Central Iowa. We're better together, so let's meet!
About the Regional Leadership Council: An initiative of Capital Crossroads, the Regional Leadership Council brings together directors and leaders of the various community leadership development programs throughout Central Iowa to share best practices, learn from one another, and foster collaboration which helps leverage the important work of each individual program to strengthen our region as a whole. For more information, visit Regional Leadership Council.