Jan 26, 2021 to Jan 27, 2021
The challenges of 2020 have forced us all to take stock of what it means to be a leader during a time of incredible crisis. For the alumni of LDP, our hope is that the lessons you gathered from your time in the program helped you and your staff navigate unpredictable weeks, days and even hours. Despite the stress you have experienced this year, we believe that 2021 and beyond will be defined by those leaders who have the courage and vision to drive their banks forward. We believe it is time for EPIC LEADERSHIP in banking – and we want to challenge you to identify how you’ll bring that epic leadership to life. Join us for our first LDP alumni event that will blend new content, experiential learning and a chance to connect with classmates and peers who know exactly what you’ve been through this year. Yes, it will be virtual – but we promise that won’t stop us from making it an
experience to remember!
This two-day course will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 26-27, 2021 virtually from 9am– noon both days. All materials and connection information will be sent out one week prior to the event.
Both Days Agenda
8:45 a.m. Log In & Registration
9:00 a.m. Program Begins
12:00 Noon Adjourn
Resiliency and Epic Leadership
All leaders will face challenges in their careers. Sometimes, those challenges are simple like organizing time off schedules or completing due diligence on a customer. At other times, those challenges are almost overwhelming (like much of 2020). That’s why a critical element in becoming a successful leader is learning how to be resilient no matter the challenge. Resiliency is not easy, and it must be developed over time. Epic leaders build resiliency into their teams, their values and their plans so that no matter the obstacle, they are always prepared to win.
Neuroscience of Leadership; How Your Brain & Beliefs Impact Your Role as a Leader
While we know much of leadership is about practicing what we learn, we often underestimate how important the wiring of our brains is in setting us up to succeed or fail as leaders. That may seem obvious, but most of us assume our brains are “set in stone.” We don’t realize the power we have to change the paths and structures in our brain that determine how we perceive the world around us – and how that can translate into helping us become the leaders we want to be. As we explore the neuroscience of leadership, be prepared to dive deeply into the inner workings of your brain and the ways in which you can transform your mind to be an epic leader.
The core faculty consists of three talented and specialized presenters representing the best in each of their areas of expertise. The three principal instructors should look familiar from the original Leadership Development Program course.
Jackson Hataway, Ph.D.
Jackson Hataway is the SVP of Marketing, Communications and Member Services at Missouri Bankers Association.
Jackson holds a doctorate in organizational communication from the University of Alabama. He specializes in internal
and external communication, organizational development and strategic planning. Jackson has a unique ability to couple
real-world practicality with new theories of corporate growth and change.
Juli Lynch, Ph.D.
Juli Lynch embraces a passion for working with organizations to develop leaders, teams and cultures that are dynamic,
risk-taking and fully engaged in strategic initiatives. Juli has a doctorate in human and organizational development, which
has given her the disciplined foundation of understanding organizations and the humans that they are made of. Her master’s degree in motivational psychology further enhances her ability to work with the issues and challenges that keep
leaders, managers and staff from reaching their potential.
Steve Ahlberg understands the reality of facing long odds and devising methods for managing them. That’s one thing a
career spent in the U.S. Navy has empowered Steve to do: think thoroughly and strategically. In large part, Steve’s core
value system took shape during his time as a SEAL and a SEAL team leader. The SEALs are arguably the most versatile of the military special operations’ groups. It is their job to handle the world’s most demanding missions with precision.
Communication & Epic Influence
2020 has made one thing in leadership studies abundantly clear: communication and influence are inextricably linked. Over the course of this wild year, we’ve witnessed how communication enables those with influence to drive others to action – sometimes for good and sometimes for ill. As leaders, we must be constantly aware of the power we have to communicate with epic influence in mind. We can make our teams and our workplaces better if we understand how to build and navigate the right communication flows. But, we also have to understand how even our most trivial actions can have major consequences when others have their eyes on us. Recognizing how to communicate for epic influence is the key to building a strong future for 2021 and beyond.
Who Should Attend
It is a prerequisite that attendees have taken the IBA’s Leadership Development Program before registering for this course. This is an alumni only event.
$325 first attendee
$195 additional attendee
Participation in IBA programs is limited to members, associate members, and nonmembers from an eligible membership category at applicable member or non-member rates. Surcharge of 100% for Non-Members.
While we may not be able to get together "in person" for this event as originally planned given the circumstances, we know that education/training to stay current and be the best banker you can be is important. That's why we're committed to providing this two-day course and we're taking it online via webinar technology. Same instructor with the same content, but you'll have the ability to join from wherever you're located from the convenience (and safety) of your computer. We look forward to seeing you online!
You will receive your manual 2-3 days in advance should you want to print this to have during training. At this time, you will also receive log in instructions. This is a completely LIVE virtual training where you will be able to ask questions directly to the speaker.
If you have any questions please contact Elizabeth DeHaven at 317-387-9380 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Within three or more business days prior to the day of an educational program, no cancellation charge will be assessed. Within two days prior, 50% of the fee is assessed. Refunds are not provided for cancellations the day before or absences on the day of the program. Substitutions are welcome at anytime.