SAVANNAH — The first workshop in Georgia Tech-Savannah’s “Leading Well” series in 2016 will focus on leadership fundamentals such as critical thinking and emotional intelligence. It will be Jan. 27-28 on the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus.
“Between the knowledge from Georgia Tech-Savannah professors and the invaluable input from leading industry professionals, we have created a one-of-a-kind series of leadership courses to better equip management professionals for changing workplace environments,” said Diane Lee, director of Georgia Tech-Savannah.
The two-day workshop explores matching various management styles to meet the challenges and needs of changing environments; the best ways to communicate with employees, senior leaders, and peers; and challenges such as leading multigenerational workforces and managing former peers.
The workshop, which costs $895, will be led by Ned Ellington, a former research faculty member at Georgia Tech, has a long history in executive education, having developed and delivered seminars and workshops on leadership fundamentals.
For more information on the workshop, contact Bill Astary at 912-963-6976 or visit pe.gatech.edu/leadwell.