High Impact Leadership
This High Impact Leadership seminar is for professionals who aspire to positions of greater responsibility, accountability and organizational impact. Participants will enhance their leadership potential as they acquire skills to learn about themselves and how to positively influence others while solving problems, leading change, and maximizing their overall organizational effectiveness.
Participants will begin by assessing their leadership traits and competencies against best practice benchmarks, then engage in short, contemporary business case studies to drive home concepts and provoke personal reflection. The instructor will facilitate a high-level of personal engagement, moving participants from concept to execution as they build tangible techniques and takeaways that can be applied in the workplace.
The Loyola Difference: The High Impact Leadership seminar develops leadership skills in the distinct Loyola tradition: reflecting on personal experiences, discerning individual competencies, leading through inspiration, and focusing on action, so that participants develop a personal leadership philosophy, style and methodology.
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Next Seminar Dates: February 21, 23, 28 & March 2, 2017
Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Consecutive weeks)
Location: Hosted by Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore (EAGB), 1 East Pratt Street, Ste. 200, Baltimore, MD 21202
Fee: $2,800, includes all course materials, and session food and beverages
Note: Parking vouchers will be provided
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- Understand personal core values and performance drivers
- Complete a leadership self-assessment and roadmap to guide future leadership development
- Explore models for building successful teams by managing change and conflict in the workplace
- Learn how to recognize leverage drivers of power and influence in organizations
- Discuss situational approaches for using different leadership styles and techniques
- Improve communication techniques for clarifying vision and motivating performance
Ed Rothstein, (COL Ret.)
Ed has led a diverse career during his thirty-plus years with the military, including numerous deployments, studying at Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy, and working within the National Security Agency, among other jobs. Ed’s last military assignment was Garrison Commander at Fort Meade in Maryland. Fort Meade is the home of the National Security Agency, Defense Information Systems Agency, USCYBERCOM, and over 115 other organizations. With 55,000+ employees, Fort Meade is the largest single employer within Maryland.
After retiring in 2014, he was appointed to be the Economic Developer for Anne Arundel County before founding ERA Advisory LLC. ERA Advisory LLC is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business focused on giving back to the community. As Principal with ERA, Ed works with several businesses in the Baltimore-Washington area. In addition, Ed serves on multiple boards of directors for non-profits within the region, and on the local veteran’s council.
Ed has an Education Degree from Lock Haven University, Pennsylvania and a Masters in Human Resources from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. At Lock Haven, Ed was a member of the Division I wrestling team and commissioned through the ROTC Program.