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Identifying Your Leadership Style

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Do you know your leadership style? The webinar will discuss the different styles and the effectiveness of each one.

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"The best leaders don't know just one style of leadership - they're skilled at several and have the flexibility to switch between styles as the circumstances dictate." - Daniel Goleman

Many people hold titles that put them in a position as a leader, and there are different leadership styles.

  • Do you know your leadership style?
  • Did you know that there are effective leadership styles?

During our time together, we will discuss the different styles and the effectiveness of each one. We will also explore how you can identify which is your leadership style and discuss effective leadership. Participants will leave them with actions items to explore other leadership styles to grow their effectivness in leading their people.

About the Presenter:

Steve DiIoia has a passion for people, especially those who are trying to be leaders. Steve has been in leadership roles, formal or informal, from a young age. It is a good thing he enjoys leading, not for the position but to help people grow beyond what they thought was possible.

He loves to follow visionary ideas, developing a strategy, and then taking action, so the vision becomes a reality. He has started multiple businesses and non-profit organizations.

Steve has brought his passion, combined with his experience, to his organization Axiom Coaching, which provides the skills and support you need to lead successfully and excel professionally and personally in life.

Steve has continued to grow his leadership skills throughout his life with certifications in coaching, John Maxwell Trainer, and as a professional business advisor.

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Insyte Consulting helps WNY companies improve their business operations and their bottom line.

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