Two things all great leaders do exceptionally well
Want to become a more effective, more efficient leader?
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September 7, 2023
3:00PM Eastern Time
(US and Canada)
About the Webinar
In this free webinar, leadership expert and best-selling author Pete Hall will lead you through the mindsets and activities that define effective leadership. Along the way, he will share two direct protocols: one for building a common, clear vision; the second for identifying and addressing individuals’ professional learning needs. Regardless of your role (manager, CEO, project lead, department chair, etc.), you’ll pick up a bevy of applicable, impactful, and transformative strategies for leveling-up your leadership skills.
About Pete Hall
Strive President/CEO Pete Hall is a capacity-builder. Driven to impact others’ lives in a profoundly positive way, he channels his experiences as a school principal, life coach, and small-business owner into manageable lessons for continuous growth, personal improvement, and positive mindset. Tenacious, courageous, and incorruptible, Pete shares his optimism, joy, and practical application of strategies for getting the most out of yourself–as a leader, a contributor, a teammate, and a human being, no matter what your role(s) and goal(s) might be. With a down-to-earth personality and humorous anecdotes, he weaves tactical work/life approaches and clear mental shifts into every nook and cranny of his interactions with others.
Articles & Books by Pete Hall
Always Strive to Be a Better You
Chasing the Show
Creating a Culture of Reflective Practice:
Fostering Resilient Learners
Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation
The Principal Influence:
Teach, Reflect, Learn:
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