TRANSITIONING FROM TECHNICAL EXPERTISE TO STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Technical expertise is a necessary requirement for professional development, particularly because it contributes to building a base of credibility. Beyond a certain point in one’s career, however, managing relationships, working through others, building organizational capacity, strategic thinking and understanding the business are more critical for long-term personal and organizational success.
This workshop will help professionals make the transition from individual contributer to strategic partner.
Attend and learn:
- The roles, responsibilities, skills and competencies needed to move through four distinct stages of leadership development
- How to assess how you currently spend your time and the skills that are required to advance your career
- How to develop a plan to improve leadership effectiveness through increased impact on the organization or business
Dr. Alan M. Patterson, Founder of Mentoré
Dr. Alan M. Patterson has more than three decades of international consulting experience in change management, leadership development and executive coaching. In 2006 he formed Mentoré, a consulting practice that focuses on aligning strategy, organizational structure, job responsibilities and skill sets to major shifts in the business.
His expertise has been tapped by many global and national businesses and organizations, including: Anheuser-Busch, Biogen Idec, Cadence Design Systems, Federal Reserve Bank, Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett-Packard, Major League Baseball, Merck, Sea World, Shire Pharmaceutical and United States Navy.
Dr. Patterson has been a featured speaker, workshop leader and expert resource for the American Institute for CPAs (AICPA) and The Business Learning Institute and given presentations to several human resource associations. He has also served as adjunct faculty in the Executive MBA programs at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and the Graduate Schools at Bryant University and Lesley University.
Learn more at www.mentore.com.