Your Leadership Signature: Mapping your personal pursuit of influence and impact
December 7, 2022 / 5:00 pm Eastern
Part of the SCP “Fall Festival” Two-Month Series
LIVE Evening Event With Q&A
No CE’s Offered
This event is part of a two month series, including The Neuroscience of Interpersonal Trust/Psychological Safety.
The price shown is for this event only. If you wish to attend both sessions, registration for each will be required.
In our personal journeys to be effective leaders, and in the process of supporting others in theirs, we benefit from understanding how to integrate personal signatures in our demonstration of leadership. This interactive and engaging workshop encourages participates to weave their personal experiences into their efforts of being more effective as authentic leaders. It provides a foundational definition of leadership, and outlines a series of pathways to intentionally recognize patterns of behavior that illustrate personal missions, motives, and options for influencing and impacting others.
The workshop is grounded in researched models of leadership and their application. It relies more on the introspection of participants and the interactive sharing of themes with peers to provide insights, options, and feedback on each person’s unique journey to be effective and to contribute to the effectiveness of others.
- Define leadership based on their personal experiences and behaviors
- Outline a process to generate a personal mission statement
- Identify their predominate approach to influencing and impacting others
Presented by: Greg Pennington, PhD
Greg Pennington, Ph.D. is Managing Partner for Pennpoint Consulting Group (PC|G), a firm focused on increasing organization capacity and capability. We work with leaders and organizations who want to accelerate their effectiveness. In the process, we elevate their effectiveness to another level. At PC|G we provide executive coaching, team effectiveness consulting, design and facilitation of leadership development programs, diversity, equity and inclusion consulting on the dynamics of differences, and presentations to Fortune 500 companies and national professional associations.
Greg’s approach builds on real leadership moments to link individual and organizational strengths and development areas to specific business outcomes. As a trusted advisor, he provides insight into how the individual, team, and organization interact that results in measurable changes in behavior. Experienced with several assessment instruments and feedback tools, he focuses on integrating a variety of inputs to identify a few critical areas of focus for development. He challenges his clients to expand the way they think and feel, and to generate options for behaviors and consequences. Always offered in context of the business, his success requires a partnership with several resources including senior business leaders and human resources professionals. It also requires realistic goals that can be demonstrated with measurable evidence of achievement.
His executive coaching engagements include senior leaders through managers in a wide range of industries and have focused on accelerating their effectiveness. PG|G’s leadership development engagements include designing and facilitating high potential and high-performance programs, developing women leaders and increasing diversity and inclusion. His team effectiveness engagements include integrating new senior teams, driving sustainable high performing teams, and assessing team strengths and development areas. His recent publications include Your Leadership Signature: Mapping your personal pursuit of influence and impact.
Greg is an American Psychological Association Fellow. He holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a B.A. degree cum laude in Psychology and Social Relations from Harvard University. He is an active member of the American Psychological Association, having served as President of the Society of Consulting Psychology. He is a Board member of the Society of Psychologists in Leadership, and a recipient of their Distinguished Psychologists in Leadership Award. Dr. Pennington’s Board experience includes Hillside Organization which provides residential and therapy support for children and families.