Saybrook OS Department Chair Dr Nancy Southern to Present Free Webinar on Developing Leadership Skills, Feb 23, 8:30 AM
ICO Consulting presents a free webinar to develop leadership skills on February 23, 2011, at 8:30 a.m. Pacific Time
ICO Consulting, comprised of a team of experts in collaborating across distance and difference, is hosting an interactive webinar February 23, 2011, at 8:30 am Pacific Time. Presented by Nancy Southern, Ed.D., this webinar is designed to inspire and support your desire to create collaborative cultures wherever you work.
The webinar on February 23rd is part of a seminar series focused on collaborative leadership. ICO’s webinars bring participants together from across the US to learn skills that enhance decision-making and improve collaboration. The webinar February 23rd will explore the role culture plays in organizations and the role leaders can play to shape organizational culture. We will explore what is needed to build collaborative cultures and will provide a model for organizational change. The webinar will explain how to engage people in creating cultural change.
Dr. Southern has worked in the field of organization learning and development for over 20 years. She is the Department Chair of the Organizational Systems program at Saybrook University located in San Francisco and a faculty member in the sustainable MBA program at Bainbridge Graduate Institute in Washington State. Author of numerous articles, Dr. Southern has contributed to the development of both the Organizational Learning and the Transformative Learning communities.
Headquartered in Reno, NV, and comprised of team members from multiple locations in the West, ICO Consulting turns distance and differences into strengths through online services such as eBooks and webinars, online learning programs, and face-to-face engagements that include consulting, large- and small-group facilitation and public speaking.
To register for the webinar February 23, at 8:30 a.m., visit http://www.ico-consulting.com.
Dr. Bernice Moore (Saybrook Alumna, PhD '09), President