Leadership is all about building reciprocal relationships and commitments to each other. If your team is not successful, you won’t be either. It starts with you as the leader. A Gallup poll of more 1 million employed U.S. workers concluded that the No. 1 reason people quit their jobs is a leader. Seventy-five percent of workers who voluntarily left their jobs did so because of their bosses and not the position itself. However, leading today comes with challenges that many have never faced. How do you motivate and connect with a remote workforce? For many this is the now normal, therefore, it’s dependent on us as leaders to determine ways that we can effectively do so. This session will provide insights along with practical tips for successfully leading your team with LOVE (Listening Ear, Objective Mind, Versatile Attitude, Empathetic Heart) in the now normal.
Professional Capability: Career and Leadership Development
About Our Speaker - Hope Zoeller
Dr. Hope Zoeller is Founder and President of HOPE, LLC, (Helping Other People Excel, www.hopeforleaders.com) a Leadership Development firm that specializes in facilitating leader success at every level of an organization.
For more than 14 years of her professional career, Dr. Zoeller worked at UPS in various roles, including customer service, training and development, and employee relations.
For 17 years, she has been collaborating with organizations to develop their most valuable asset, their people, by training and coaching them to reach their highest potential. She also has deep expertise in facilitating organizational change in the manufacturing, insurance/finance, nonprofit, healthcare, and educational sectors.
Dr. Zoeller is a Professor at Spalding University, where she teaches “Organizational Development and Change” in the University’s Master of Science and Business Communication program. Dr. Zoeller serves on the Board of Trustees for Cottey College and on the Business School Advisory Board for Spalding University.
She has a Doctorate in Leadership Education from Spalding University, a Master of Education in Training and Development from the University of Louisville, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Psychology from Bellarmine University. Hope co-authored with Dr. Joe DeSensi HOPE for Leaders Unabridged Volume 1 and HOPE Leaders in the 2020s…New Issues to Face, New Problems to Solve, New Hope for the Future Volume 2.