Leadership is not about authority and position. Leadership is actually an activity—small actions taken in moments of opportunity. That means everyone can lead, no matter where they sit in an organization or community. And when more people feel empowered to see, and seize their moments to lead, we make more progress on our most important challenges. When Everyone Leads is a new book from Bard Press and the Kansas Leadership Center. Building on the work of Ron Heifetz and Marty Linsky, it makes adaptive leadership radically accessible and inclusive, and helps unleash capacity for collective leadership in teams, organizations and coalitions.
Join co-author Julia Fabris McBride in this webinar!
- Feel inspired to build cultures where everyone can see and seize their moments to lead;
- Understand common barriers to leadership;
- Discover new ways to get everyone moving in the same direction, differently; and
- See ways to start where you have influence and make leadership less risky for others.
Dr. Kerissa Kuis, MBA, DEL, (Moderator) is the Chief of Leadership and Education at BRAVE Leadership School, which will be launching later this year based on her research into the future of leadership development. Kerissa is an emotional intelligence counselor, business and leadership consultant, and teacher of love and leadership. She is a faculty member at West Virginia University, where she teaches in their organizational leadership degree program. She is an associate faculty member at the University of Arizona global campus, where she is on the committee for the center for women leadership and research assistant. She is passionate about innovating leadership development and educating and inspiring emerging leaders. Kerissa is currently serving as the chair of ILA’s Leadership Development member community.