Finding Your Leadership Brand
What’s this course about?
The most successful seasoned executives have a well-defined leadership brand and a very effective way of managing relationships in the workplace. This comes from a deep awareness of unique strengths and a very purposeful, strategic use of these tools.
This online seminar will deliver big dividends in leadership authenticity and influence. Participants will enhance their skills in managing motivated and challenging co-workers.
Each person will receive six personalized executive coaching sessions, which will be scheduled to coincide with three online group workshops.
Key topics include:
- Deepening awareness of your own strengths using the Strengths Profile.
- Understanding how you “show up” in different workplace situations via the ELI (Energy Leadership Index)
- Creating meaningful and actionable plans to overcome obstacles and seize opportunities.
- Using a strengths-based approach to define your leadership brand, maximize your value and maintain your well-being.
- Managing relationships and creating strategies to enable, empower and enjoy working with your team and colleagues.
Who should take this course?
Executives with 10+ years work experience who currently manage a team (small or large) and want to fully maximize their growth potential.
(Limited to 12)
Who will be teaching the course?
Director of Professional Development
The Ad Club
Molly Sullivan brings more than 20 years experience in consumer marketing and talent development to The Ad Club. She specializes in coaching and training executives to optimize their leadership potential by building on their core strengths and talents. Molly leads proprietary programs focused on the following topics: Strengths-based Executive and Team Coaching, Presenting with Impact and Persuasive Business Writing. She has coached executives and teams at Google, Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Procter & Gamble, Swarovski, Carat, FreshDirect and Wellesley College to strengthen their management and leadership capabilities. She has also worked extensively with executives at Hill Holiday, Tory Burch, Mullen, New Balance, Tank, Mad Pow and The TJX Companies, to advance their presentation and writing skills. Molly’s strategic brand building and employee development skills were refined while she held executive marketing positions with worldwide advertising agencies, including Arnold, J. Walter Thompson, DDB and BBDO. Her client experience ranges from packaged goods companies such as Clorox, Frito-Lay and General Mills to real estate and telecommunication giants, Century 21 and Verizon.