ICF CCEs: 0.5 Core Competency, 0.5 Resource Development (approved)
Paradoxical Leadership is a concept that is well-documented in organizational literature, designed to support leaders facing competing priorities, diverse perspectives, and constrained resources. Many paradoxes are driven by leaders’ behavioral choices. The challenge is to consider both paradoxical perspectives rather than using an either/or solution; for example Frankness and Diplomacy. This assessment is used in both personal and professional/executive coaching.
In this presentation, Sheryl Dawson will provide:
Core Competencies include Creating Awareness, Powerful Questioning, and Designing Action.
To experience the Harrison Assessment at no cost, please register for the event, and then email Monica Leggett, PresidentElect@icf-ct.org. Monica will forward names to Sheryl weekly so that anyone can get results prior to the webinar. Cut-off date is April 22 to do the assessment in time. No names will be forwarded after that date.
Sheryl Dawson, MBA, BA is a Talent Consultant with over 25 years of experience; 17 years as Solutions Partner with Harrison Assessments. Sheryl supports organizations across the talent cycle with a predictive behavioral assessment to achieve organizational and business goals. She provides leadership and team development for executive teams utilizing Harrison Assessments’ Paradoxical Leadership concepts.
Opportunity for Certification with ICF educational credits through: