Upon completion of the Leadership Experience, you will be able to:
- Apply Strengths to gain buy-in and maximize results.
- Recognize how meaningful conversations build trust.
- Explain how to leverage a growth mind-set to motivate action.
- Identify personal listening roadblocks and practice active listening.
- Understand the needs of followers.
- Create a personal vision for leading through influence.
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Advanced: 10+ years
Jennifer McNelly is the chief executive officer of the American Society of Safety Professionals. McNelly has 30 years of association, government, regulatory and business experience. She leads 75 staff members and more than 39,000 safety and health professionals around the globe, strengthening the Society’s position as a leading voice while fostering a collaborative culture of member engagement, performance, accountability and innovation.
Arielle Semmel, Ph.D., is the senior manager, communities, at the American Society of Safety Professionals. She has worked for nearly 20 years in the nonprofit and education sectors, fulfilling a range of roles providing direct service, designing and implementing enrichment programming, creating and facilitating trainings and courses for adult learners, and managing program development and assessment.
Sue Trebswether is director of communications with ASSP. She provides strategic and editorial direction to the organization’s efforts to provide content that helps occupational safety and health professionals protect workers and improve organizational performance. She holds a B.S. in English from Central Michigan University and an M.A. in Communications from Johns Hopkins University.
Self-paced study, videos
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