Carrie has over 25 years of experience as a consultant, a leadership trainer, and a coach who specializes in leadership training for senior executives, physician leaders, entrepreneurs, engineers, nonprofit leaders, and museum executives. She is a serial entrepreneur who has built and sold several businesses over the last 20 years, the last one for eight figures.
Carrie has experience working with executives, companies, and teams as diverse as Microsoft, Virgin Galactic, Coca Cola, The San Antonio Spurs, UNLV Medical School, DaVita Healthcare Partners, The Chinese Museum Association, The World Bank, Zappos, and the California Medical Association.
Carrie has a master’s degree in Organizational Psychology and Change Leadership from Columbia University. Carrie is a CTI Leadership Graduate, a Mastery University Graduate, a Leadership Mastery Graduate and a UCLA Graduate. She is also a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach and the Past President and Executive Advisor of The International Coach Federation in Los Angeles. She serves on the faculty of the American College of Physician Leaders, and has been on the faculty with the Museum Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University since 2015.
Wednesday June 2
Leadership Styles Assessment
High performing teams understand differences, create opportunities for collaboration, and leverage the wide variety of strengths they have available. This session offers three frameworks to explore strengths, preferences, style, and approach while building an increased understanding of collective identities.
In this session, you will:
- Learn a model for understanding collective identities;
- Explore the differences between management and leadership;
- Learn when and what to manage and when and what to lead;
- Take a short leadership assessment to increase your strategic self-awareness;
- Observe the strengths and challenges of your leadership style; and
- Get tips for using the full power of your team.