Boston-Based Leadership Experts Present “Science of Leadership”

 

Boston-Based Leadership Experts Present “Science of Leadership

Maximizing Your Human Quotient Emphasized

Lora Wondolowski, Executive Director

lwondolowski@leadershippv.org                                                              (413) 737-3876 or c: (413) 695-2038

Feb. 22, 2017                                                                                                       

SPRINGFIELD, MA— Leadership Pioneer Valley will host a three-part leadership development series on March 6, 13, and 20th from 5:30- 8:00 pm at the Scibelli Enterprise Center in Springfield. The series will be led by Strategy of Mind, a global leadership and team development firm based in Boston. The company specializes in building the Human Quotient, a concept they created that refers to a unique set of evidence-based qualitative skills crucial for professional success. They work across a diverse range of industries and with companies of all shapes and sizes.  This innovative and dynamic series will focus on the science of leadership and best practices for 21st Century leaders.  Topics include understanding of the “human quotient”, mission-driven leadership, and managing stress.

The session leaders include David Brendel and Springfield-native Ryan Stelzer.  David is a certified executive coach, psychiatrist, and philosophical counselor. David specializes in coaching executives and other high-level professionals on leadership development and career transition. David writes about his approach to coaching in frequent blog articles for the Harvard Business Review and other publications. David earned an MD from Harvard Medical School and a PhD in philosophy from the University of Chicago.  Ryan is a management consultant who specializes in both individual and organizational performance improvement. Prior to his work in consulting, Ryan served at The White House as a Presidential Management Fellow during the Obama Administration. Ryan holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago and undergraduate degrees from Boston University and the University of Cambridge in the UK. He has written articles for various publications.

Dinner will be included in the event, which costs $100 for general admission, or $75 for Leadership Pioneer Valley members. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.universe.com/lpvscienceofleadership

Leadership Pioneer Valley is a non-profit that works to identify, develop, and connect diverse leaders to strengthen the region.