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Leadership Strategies

6/3/2019 - 6/6/2019
Babson Executive Conference Center, Wellesley, MA USA
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Overview

Who Attends

This program is designed for:

  • Leaders in all roles who want to identify and enhance their leadership abilities
  • Leaders who would benefit from leveraging a powerful understanding of their own style and “blind spots”
  • Individuals who are new to higher levels of leadership, who are in a new environment, or who are leading a new team

Highlights

Develop a personalized action plan to enhance your ability to influence and lead. Leadership Strategies includes an executive strategy simulation, peer feedback, faculty coaching, and assessment tools to provide an in-depth understanding of your own leadership style and its impact on others. You will gain valuable insights into your interpersonal strengths and development opportunities — and discover the role emotional intelligence plays in potential success or derailment.

  • Explore personal influence, potential for derailment, options for conflict management, and decision making.
  • Identify ways to develop trust, influence, and skills for giving and receiving feedback.
  • Discover the impact of emotional intelligence.
  • Create a personal development plan based on assessment results, feedback, and coaching.

Registration

Tuition Rates:
LIMRA or LOMA Member: $4,500.00 (special 2019 rate)
Nonmember: $9,000.00

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Hotel/Venue

Babson Executive Conference Center
One Snyder Drive
Babson Park (Wellesley), MA 02457 USA

Please Note: The Babson Executive Conference Center is the venue for both the program sessions and hotel accommodations. Upon completing the registration process, you will receive a confirmation email including further details — and a hotel room will be reserved in your name. You will be responsible for paying the hotel rate upon check-out.

Agenda

Day 1:
Personality Type Dimensions and Overview
Your MBTI Step II Report
Leadership Applications
Influence, Power, and Organizational Objectives
Effective Influence Tactics

Day 2:
Understanding Conflict Styles
Defining Emotional Intelligence (EI)
Using EI in Leadership Settings
EI and Your MBTI Profile
Simulation Overview

Day 3:
Simulation Exercise
Simulation Debrief
Lessons Learned
Effective Feedback
Peer Feedback

Day 4:
Job Challenge Profile
Derailment
Development Planning 

Meet the Faculty

Joan Ashman

Joan Ashman

Joan Ashman, CPCU, is an executive coach and a consultant in leadership and human capital strategies. She was formerly Director of Human Capital Development and Director of the Leadership Center for The Hartford. Ashman has held various field and corporate insurance positions, and has over twenty years experience in executive education, and staff and leadership development. She holds a Masters of Science in Management.

 

Dorothy A. Kramer-Kawakami, CLU, LLIF
Special Consultant

Dorothy A. Kramer-Kawakami, CLU, LLIF

Special Consultant

Kramer-Kawakami works with LIMRA in a special consultant role, participating in projects through several areas of the organization. She works on consultation projects in marketing and strategic planning, distribution development, and organizational learning and change. She has worked with member companies in North America, Asia, Europe, and Australia. Outside the LIMRA membership, she does organizational development consulting through her separate corporation, Re:Sources, Inc.

While she was full-time staff at LIMRA, Kramer-Kawakami had overall responsibility for managing LIMRA’s management and executive development operations, which include the LIMRA Leadership Institute and its Strategies for Executive Advancement program as well as executive development consultation services.

She joined LIMRA as a consultant in the Human Resource Development Group of the Company Operations Division in 1984 and advanced to senior consultant in 1986. In 1987 she was named director, was promoted to assistant vice president in 1990, and became second (corporate) vice president in 1993.

Kramer-Kawakami began her life insurance career in 1975 as an independent broker. In 1976 she was named assistant brokerage manager for Transamerica Occidental Life in Miami and became brokerage manager the following year. In 1981 she joined James Croke Associates as a consultant in insurance management and executive search.

She is a graduate of the University of South Florida, where she also earned a master’s degree.


Contact LIMRA to learn more:

LIMRA Leadership Institute

800-235-4672

LLI@limra.com