02 - Responsible Leadership—Choosing How We Show Up for Others
Kristin Strunk, People and Culture Leader, Regent Leadership GroupGrand Hall I, East Tower, Gold/Ballroom Level
Topic Track: Leadership/Management
Location: Grand Hall I, East Tower, Gold/Ballroom Level
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Speaker(s): Kristin Strunk, People and Culture Leader, Regent Leadership Group
Leadership isn't a position of authority. It isn't demonstrated in your job title. It isn't something you learn overnight. There are four principles for responsible leadership, each of which needs to be practiced and demonstrated regularly to enhance team engagement, develop others through effective delegation and coaching, and create an environment that builds the next generation of leaders.
Leadership impacts so much more than staff retention. Responsible leadership can reduce burnout, ease performance conversations, simplify conflict resolution, and build confidence. Research published in the Harvard Business Review shows that if you are a good leader, your impact on both your team and your team's direct reports has positive ramifications throughout the organization.
Regardless of whether you have been a leader for decades, you are just starting your journey, or you want to become a leader, we will give you the opportunity to learn, reflect, and develop your action plan.
- Identify the four principles of responsible leadership.
- Determine where you demonstrate these principles and understand their impact on others (not just your team).
- Create an action plan for enhancing your leadership style or determine how you want to become a leader.