Workshop Goals and Objectives
To help participants participants learn how transformational leadership is relevant to business outcomes and learn how affect and decision making are relevant to solving problems as leaders.
- Improved capability to make good decisions when faced with uncertainty at work
- Insight into values, behaviors and practices transformational leaders with sound judgement live by
- Knowledgeable about tools available to support with developing one’s own transformational leadership and decision-making capability
The decisions leaders make every day define who they are. In this workshop you will learn to lead as a role model, personifying integrity, courage, and healthy values, and inspiring trust in team members, followers, and management. You will also learn to become an effective problem solver, able to make competent decisions dealing with everyday events and providing intellectual stimulation to others. Participants will have the option to take a leadership competence assessment prior to attending the workshop, and receive a one-hour one-on-one coaching session to review results and create a personal development plan.
WINGS Leadership Coach
Magda du Preez, PhD, is owner and lead researcher of ITD Assessments. She is a psychologist and management consultant specializing in leadership and team selection and development, transition management, and performance culture building. She is also an adjunct professor of management at Long Island University, teaching executive MBA courses on strategy implementation and organizational development.
Magda has provided consultation to Fortune 500 companies, startups, and not-for-profit organizations in the United States and abroad. Her clients include mid-size privately owned and large publicly owned companies in retail and wholesale trade, not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies. She is an affiliate of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the American Psychological Association, and she serves on the advisory board of the South Africa Chamber of Commerce in America. She holds a master’s degree in psychology from University of the Orange Free State, South Africa, and a PhD in Business at the Wits Business School, Johannesburg, South Africa, where her dissertation was "The role of personality in the relationship between feeling bored and decision-making competence: A study of managers in the retail industry" (Du Preez, M. M., 2016).