Date: June 2, 2016

How are Leaders Different from Other People? (I)

Session Description

This presentation focuses on the key attributes and skills of leadership such as communication, decision making, problem solving, setting priorities and delegating.  It examines what makes for a good leader using examples from clients and other case studies.  Some practical exercises are included where attendees have the opportunity to explore their leadership potential.  


A key take away is some specific steps and guidelines to becoming an effective leader.


Speaker Information

Chip Conlin maintains an active private coaching practice in which he helps clients from a variety of professions, including financial services, information technology, marketing, publishing and the not-for-profit sector achieve their career goals.


With more than 30 years’ experience in Human Resources to complement his coaching practice he specializes in helping clients quickly establish the right strategy to promote and advance their careers within a variety of industries.  


Chip has spoken on a variety of career related topics to such prestigious groups as the Project Management Institute, National Sales Network, Information Systems Security Association, and the Treasury Management Association of New York. He is also associated with The Five O’Clock Club, a national Human Resources and career development organization. 

With his unique blend of corporate Human Resources and career coaching experience, Chip’s focus is solving clients’ most pressing needs. In creating and executing a strong career strategy he has helped clients from a variety of backgrounds and professions advance their careers to new levels.