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Introducing the Conversations in Leadership Webinar Series

SkillSoft is launching Conversations in Leadership, a new webinar series featuring business experts and best-selling authors from SkillSoft’s Leadership Development Channel and 50 Lessons collections. Starting in March, these subject matter experts will share their insights on leadership development topics on a monthly basis.

Get complimentary leadership advice

Shawn Hunter, Executive Producer of SkillSoft’s Leadership Development Channel, hosts Q&A sessions with innovative thought-leaders and best-selling authors to discuss the latest insights from the world of business. We’re excited to offer this content free of charge to the general public – you don’t have to subscribe to the Leadership Development Channel or 50 Lessons to access this information! You’ll hear directly from top business leaders and authors – a great way to improve managerial and leadership skills.

During the first webinar in the Conversations in Leadership series, scheduled for March 6 at 12:00 pm ET, Shawn will interview Justin Menkes, Ph.D. about his new book, Better Under Pressure. Explore the three key attributes that Justin believes allow great leaders to realize their potential and that of their people:

  • Realistic optimism: They recognize the risks threatening their organization’s survival—yet remain confident that the company will prevail.
  • Subservience to purpose: They dedicate themselves to pursuing a noble cause, and win their team’s commitment to that cause.
  • Finding order in chaos: They find clarity amid the many variables affecting their business and cull data to form the conclusions that matter most to the company.

Register now for the webinar on March 6 featuring Justin Menkes.

Save the date!

The second webinar in the series, scheduled for April 4, features Les McKeown, author of Predictable Success: Getting Your Organization on the Growth Track—and Keeping It There, and THE SYNERGIST: Leading Your Team to Predictable Success.  Stay tuned for more information.

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