Strategic Leadership Overview


Thursday, February 8, 2018



Discounted Rate
(By 12/12/2017)
Standard Rate
(After 12/12/2017)
NADCO Member $499 $549
Non-Member $799 $849


Course Description


Designed with CEOs, CDC board members, and rising leaders with a strong commitment to continual learning in mind, this course will help trainees set the standard in leadership and stand out among colleagues. The Strategic Leadership Workshop enables CDC leaders from around the country to collaborate in an energized environment as they strategize and learn in interactive groups and through individual practice.

Instructor Nancy K. Eberhardt will guide trainees in taking an honest look at their leadership styles in order to spur self-improvement and the development of stronger working relationships within their CDC. The course utilizes a multitude of learning mediums, culminating with a real estate winery simulation game.

You do not need to have attended the March 2017 leadership workshop to get exceptional value from this upcoming session. However, if you did attend in March 2017, the 2018 session is the next step in developing your leadership goals and a continuation of the work you previously invested!

TOPICS INCLUDE:
  • Smarter engagement
  • Setting objectives
  • Listening with more learning
  • Asking questions that coach and create breakthroughs

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SOP 50 10 5(J)


Instructor Information


Nancy K. Eberhardt


Nancy K. Eberhardt is an Executive Gazelles-certified Coach and strategic communications consultant for entrepreneurs, corporations, nonprofits and B-Corps. She is author of Uncommon Candor, A Leader's Guide to Straight Talk and is a guest columnist for the American City Business Journals, the largest publisher of metropolitan business newsweeklies in the United States. A former regional bank president, Nancy led several successful mergers and $1 billion in customer relationships. She taught Business Communications in the Jack Welch Institute’s Executive MBA program, and has been a board member of a community bank, a social venture corporation, the only national park for the performing arts, and a baseball stadium authority.