PMI New Hampshire Chapter

December Chapter Meeting: Leading with Gratitude: Solutions to Boost Innovation

December Chapter Meeting: Leading with Gratitude: Solutions to Boost Innovation

December Chapter Meeting: Leading with Gratitude: Solutions to Boost Innovation

December  7, 2022 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Please join us for our In person December Chapter Meeting at Puritan Backroom Restaurant, Manchester, NH 

 


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 Star Dargin, PCC, CPCC

Leading with Gratitude: Solutions to Boost Innovation

 

Category of the PMI talent triangle: Leadership

Summary

We will share solutions to boost innovation based on a foundation of gratitude. With gratitude as a foundation, one can experience benefits such as healthier and goal-oriented leaders, motivated teams, and teams that can handle difficult and complex situations while learning and changing as needed. Some of the most successful CEOs create a culture of gratitude. This session will include many practical tools and tips emphasizing innovation.  

You will explore the benefits and learn how to shift quickly to gratitude when facing a difficult situation. This presentation is for those seeking to improve their leadership skills and obtain better outcomes in their personal and professional lives.

Learn why being capable and competent sadly isn’t enough for managers. When you strengthen your gratitude muscle, it builds confidence in an authentic way. When people are confident, they take on more risks and handle unknowns and old challenges better. In this interactive workshop, you will take an assessment, learn about the tools needed to strengthen your gratitude muscle, and how to coach others. Complexity and challenges and gratitude can all exist at the same time. This workshop is loaded with specific tips, stories, and immediate actionable ideas.

Objectives

  • Learn your authentic leadership brand and how to use it
  • Start or upgrade a gratitude practice and have a plan
  • Learn and practice the three-step shift to gratitude
  • Learn the GLAD tool for coaching others and teams

Outcome

At the end of this presentation participants will be able to:

  • Better  handle change, uncertainties, and unknowns
  • Handle difficult, complex people and situations better
  • Become calmer, better attitude, and less stress
  • Be more engaged and stronger relationships
  • See better results, more innovative (not same old)
  • Identify things that appeared stuck suddenly open up to new possibilities
  • Be more strategic and future oriented
  • Take more risks
  • Become more confident and authentic leadership style Results shared by participants:
  • Have the confidence to tell a senior executive bad news
  • Be more innovating to uncover a new insight and action
  • Learn how to engage the curmudgeon on the team
  • Find how to bring their quirky authentic self to the workplace

Biography

Star Dargin is an accidental project manager whose corporate background is in engineering management. She’s taught project management at Boston University for many years. Her focus as CEO of Star Leadership is coaching Leaders and leading workshops for those ready to conquer challenges and complexity positively, which leads to results. 

Her mission is to inspire people to implement gratitude processes, behaviors, and skills into their leadership styles, teams, and business cultures. She holds three coaching certifications, and Star is the author of many articles and a book called, Leading with Gratitude: 21st Century Solutions to Boost Engagement and Innovation. 

 

Contact Info

e-mail: Info@StarLeadership.com

Website: www.starleadership.com

Linkedin

Twitter: @stard111

 

Location:

Puritan Backroom Restaurant

245 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104

 

Cost: Member $20, Non-Member $25

PDUs: 2

 

 

Event Properties

Event Date 12-07-2022 6:00 pm
Event End Date 12-07-2022 9:00 pm
Cut off date 12-07-2022
Individual Price Non-Member
Fixed group price $25.00
No. of Leadership PDUs 2
Location Puritan Backroom, Manchester

Speakers

Star Dargin

CEO, Star Leadership

Sponsors