Leaders have a unique opportunity right now to be very deliberate about how they lead the next 6 months of continued uncertainty.
- Translate past experiences into their current strengths and resilience as leaders today
- Recognize new capability and opportunity as drivers of future success and aligned to strategic priorities
- Learn new pathways for building trust through story-telling and self-disclosure
This module draws from the works of scholars and business leaders such as Joseph Campbell, Brene Brown, Warren Bennis, Bill George, and Stew Friedman to demonstrate the power of story and authenticity in leadership.
Jen Grace Baron, MAPP will facilitate this summit. As Co-Founder and Co-CEO, InspireCorps
Jen Grace Baron is the co-CEO and Chief Growth Officer of InspireCorps, an inspiration strategy firm that partners with organizations to drive business growth and innovation. She is the co-author of “Dare to Inspire: Sustain the Fire of Inspiration in Work and Life” (Hachette, November 2019), a book that redefines inspiration as a most critical resource to be cultivated and managed in companies. Prior to founding InspireCorps, Jen had the opportunity to grow teams and help lead large-scale initiatives in amazing companies such as eBay, Hewlett Packard and Johnson & Johnson. Jen loves to partner with companies to break through to the next level of meaning, performance, and fulfilment and stand together to catch the waves of positive impact that result. Jen has a master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from San Jose State University.
Join us on January 18th where InspireCorps will present a framework for leaders to reflect on key life experiences that have shaped the leader they are today. This experience is designed to increase self-awareness and operationalize participants’ very personal and diverse ways of leading to success.