The Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri in Lexington will host a training session next month. Click to hear KMZU’s Kristie Cross speak with Manager of Network Activities Julie Bartley:
Presenter Ron Alexander will use the 3 hour program to discuss the challenges faced by those in leadership roles. “The idea behind Mr. Alexander’s entire series is that leadership is an activity, not just a position,” said Bartley, “A key component in a good leader is the ability to diagnose the situation, manage their own actions within that situation, energize and engage others, and to intervene when intervention is necessary.”
While the HCC generally works with those in the medical field, this program is open to all people in any industry, but there is a key audience that is expected to gain the most from the training. “It is designed for someone who is in middle management and sees some potential to move into a leadership position, but feels like they need a stronger foundation, “said Bartley, “Or perhaps someone who has now been promoted into a a leadership position, but feels like they’re struggling.”
The training session will be held on August 6th from noon to 3:00 p.m. at the HCC in Lexington. Those planning to attend the free event are asked to pre-register no later than August 1st by contacting the HCC at 660-259-2440.
Exercising Leadership for Progress
Noon – 3:00 PM
Some challenges are big, deep, and daunting. Progress is slow. The work is messy. This workshop is designed to help participants increase their personal leadership capacity when faced with those kinds of challenges. Four core competencies; competencies that are available to anyone, will be overviewed during this interactive session.
Presenter: Ron Alexander is President of R.E. Alexander and Associates, LLC. In addition, he is a member of the core faculty of the Kansas Leadership Center and a project facilitator with the Center for Community Support and Research at Wichita State University. He directs, facilitates and consults on a wide range of leadership and community development initiatives. For over 30 years, his work has focused on helping groups, organizations, businesses and communities make progress on deep, daunting challenges. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and completed Art and Practice of Leadership Development course work at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. In addition to his work, Ron is passionate about his faith, his family and riding his bicycle. Ron and his wife of 37 years live in suburban Kansas City.
All sessions will take place at the HCC Offices in Lexington, Missouri.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch.
Please RSVP by Friday August 1,so we know how many to prepare for.