THREE REASONS WHY THE LEADERSHIP IMMERSION RISES ABOVE CONFERENCESJune 15, 2022
NEW POLL: IS YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON A SUMMER SIESTA?July 20, 2022
Registration opens today for the most expansive professional development training produced by the DLE since 2019.
With a world-class speaker roster and hot trending topics from the hybrid workplace, the DLE 2022 Leadership Immersion on Nov. 4-5 offers an intimate, inclusive learning and networking experience that will improve how you communicate, collaborate and build relationships.
Take responsibility for moving your career forward with preeminent business leaders, authors and researchers who share their expertise through interactive sessions, breakout exercises and one-on-one access throughout the program.
A spacious, lakeside Proprietor’s Lodge conference venue in the Berkshires provides the setting for 45 motivated professionals from diverse backgrounds to connect, grow and evolve. A first-come, first-served registration process is in effect. Act now for the discounted, early-bird rate. Click here for registration details.
For the complete Leadership Immersion brochure, click here.
Here’s an overview of the sensational speakers, sessions and schedule.
|Inclusive Leadership: Using Appreciative Inquiry to Manage Conflict and Engage Teams
Faculty Instructor, Center for Personalized Education for Professionals (CPEP) in Denver, CO
Appreciative Inquiry is a creative and uplifting approach to building value in and with a team. Dr. Ken Faber will guide an interactive discussion on how to recognize strengths and performance in team members through appreciative inquiry techniques.
|Project Your Best Self In Person and Online
Co-Founder, Creative Content Consulting / Author of The Art of Instant Message
In today’s digital world, your reputation and personal/professional brand are a reflection of your online presence. Keith Grafman will conduct an interactive session to help fortify your own digital presence.
|Create a Culture of Well-Being Within Your Team
Ph.D., Positive Psychology Expert
The pandemic has paved the way for the next global crisis: mental health. How do we even begin to approach mental health in the workplace? Dr. Andrea Lein will guide a discussion and reflection to provide a holistic framework for creating a team culture of well-being.
|Create Connections From Differences
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Management, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University
The hybrid workplace is constantly changing. This can create opportunities and foster creativity, but simultaneously leaves room for disconnection. Lynne Vincent will provide insight on how to unite diverse and dispersed teams.
|(Re)train Your Communication Muscle
Everyday Communications Coach / Author of Beyond Limitations and The Rules of Engagement for Public Speaking
The world is returning to normalcy. And after more than two years of working from home and attending virtual meetings, it can be stressful to re-engage in social communication. Marc Williams will provide an interactive session to explore communication through non-verbal and verbal conversation cues.
President and Founder Dulye & Co. and the Dulye Leadership Experience
Program Moderator, People Learning Leader and Engagement Manager, GE Renewable Energy