The second episode in our Leadership Toolbox Series, where leadership development experts talk about key skills, tools and resources that leaders need to lead effectively, features content about a "Personal Board of Directors" or a "Supporting Cast". In this episode, Katie Brandert, MPH, discusses what a personal board of directors is and describes the various types of "directors" that comprise a personal board for leaders. Click the following link to access the worksheet mentioned in the episode to help you think about your Personal Board of Directors: Supporting Cast Worksheet
TIMESTAMPS: Intro (00:00) | About Katie Brandert and her leadership development work (02:01) | Introduction to Tool (04:12) | Who should be in a personal board of directors? (09:29) | Tool recap (29:46)
Katie Brandert is an adjunct faculty member at Nebraska Methodist college and an instructor in health promotion at UNMC. She has directed the Great Plains Leadership Institute, a year long leadership training program, and served as a manager of workforce development and leadership programs at the College of Public Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She is also team coach in Clinical Scholars, a national leadership development program for teams of clinicians. Katie is a certified in a number of the personal assessments and tools including 360 assessments, change conflict, organizational culture, intercultural development, and her areas of focus include training on leadership identity, building teams public speaking, and the journey towards equity, diversity and inclusion. She is a sought after facilitator for difficult conversations, culture work, and organizational strategy.
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