This two-hour workshop will examine leadership from three distinct but interconnected perspectives:
1. The role of the leader as the keeper, defender and interpreter of the agency mission.
2. The role of the leaders as the chief architect of the organization’s culture.
3. How leaders must FIRST be leaders of themselves.
- Participants will gain insight and strategies related to building a high performing culture, integrating the mission into the day to day activities of the agency and assessing and addressing personal traits that interfere with leading others.
- Participants will be able to identify steps they need to take to more fully interpret the mission, address the “great resignation” through cultural practices, and be more courageous in the service of their agency.
About The Presenter
Michael F. Melara
Michael F. Melara earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from LeMoyne College and his Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Development from Chapman University. He possesses over 30 years of management and supervisory experience with 15 years at the executive level.
Mr. Melara has led organizations ranging in size from $3.5 million to $62million in his current role as CEO. Staffing levels have increased throughout his career from 60 to the current 1,400 employees. Mr. Melara has substantial experience in change management, human resources management, board governance, crisis management and communication and financial operations. With demonstrable experience in leading organizations through significant change, development and growth, Mr. Melara brings real leadership experience and a pragmatic approach to his coaching engagements and trainings.
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