Leading isn’t all cotton candy and lollipops! Most of the time, we’re handed a project without the resources needed to get the job done. It can be stressful, it can be taxing and it can keep us from enjoying what (should be) a good day. If you want to lead others, you have to lead yourself first. We are no good to our teams if we’re not running at our optimum and are weighed down by all the stress that gets thrown at us.
At our April chapter meeting, retired Naval Officer and resilient leader Chip Lutz will share his experiences leading high performing teams -- achieving critical objectives under stressful conditions. This fun program shares the 7 habits that resilient leaders consistently do to lead themselves first, get past the crap and create environments where they and their teams flourish.
- Apply strategies to decrease conflict within teams
- Break down barriers to communication in order to increase effectiveness
- Understand and apply the underpinnings of leadership and human relations
Thanks for joining us! You can view/download the presentation slides for 7 Habits of Resilient Leaders here:
Date: April 14, 2020
6:40 PM -Business Meeting
8:00 PM -Closing
More about our Speaker:
Charles "Chip" Lutz is a retired Naval Officer and under his command as Commanding Officer of two different Naval facilities, both his teams received national recognition for setting new standards of service while maintaining high morale and high retention among team members. He also knows about meeting critical objectives during stressful conditions – having served as the Director of Security for Naval District Washington, DC during September 11th, 2001 – where he was responsible for the safety and security of 25 thousand people on 6 different Naval installations in the National Capital Region.
Chip is the author of 5 books and adjunct faculty for two colleges. He has earned the Certified Speaking Professional Designation (CSP) from the National Speaker's Association and the Certified Humor Professional Designation (CHP) from the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor