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1. Executive Women Defying Gravity: Using Insights from Trailblazing Leaders to Transform Organizational Culture and Performance.

2. The Neuroscience of Trust and High Performance Teams.

3. Cutting-Edge Research on Executive Coaching: The Latest Perspectives and Experiences of Executives, Leaders, and Coaches.

4. Inclusive Leadership in a Diverse World: Research Insights on Behaviors that Differentiate Leaders who Deal Effectively with Diversity and Inclusion.

5. A Conversation with Our Gurus.

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A Conversation with Our Gurus..

As the Dalai Lama is known to have said, “A guru possesses inner wisdom and a fundamental clarity of mind.” Division 13 is fortunate to have many gurus among its members. As such, these members have the collective wisdom of many years of experience. During their careers and in the service of their clients, they have encountered a myriad of issues and challenges that have helped them to grow as consulting psychologists. Drawing upon our sampling of Division 13 guru’s, this session will focus on a broad range of external consulting issues. In particular, topics such as work/life balance, gender, diversity and inclusion, ethics, and various challenges when seeking to serve one’s clients will be addressed. The gurus highlighted in this session are just a small sampling of the collective wisdom that our Division 13 members bring to the table.  Our panel members were selected as gurus for this session because they are recognized as both deep “thinkers” who have contributed to our field in numerous ways, as well as genuine “doers” who, as business people, have owned successful consulting practices. During this moderated panel session, the panel will be asked question in several ways. First, they will be asked series of carefully designed questions to ensure a fascinating, cohesive discussion designed to reveal  illuminating insights into the field of consulting psychology, including some candid examples of the good as well as poor decisions our gurus recognize they have made over the years.  Second, we will ask questions supplied by you, the audience, to ensure we are addressing those burning questions you have always wanted to ask and that we are meeting your needs. This will include questions that are supplied in advance of the session, followed by questions generated by our audience during the session. These may be questions you had not thought of until our gurus insights spark new questions you did not even realize you had. Thus, there will be opportunity for audience participation both in advance of the session as well as during the session

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe one way a consultant’s work/life balance may impact his or her effectiveness in serving clients.
  2. Identify two diversity and inclusion issues experienced by seasoned consultants in the field of consulting psychology.
  3. List at least two ethical issues encountered by experienced consulting psychologists over the years that have impacted the way the work with their clients.

Speakers:

 Filippo, Ph.D. (Moderator); Gregory Pennington, Ph.D.; Paul Winum, Ph.D.; William “Bill” Berman, Ph.D. 

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Cutting-Edge Research on Executive Coaching: The Latest Perspectives and Experiences of Executives, Leaders, and Coaches..

Our latest (2017) industry-wide executive coaching study "Executive Coaching for Results" reveals key differences when comparing results from executives, organizational leaders, and internal and external coaches. This fun and interactive session based on the latest research will explore those differences in areas such as the purpose of coaching assignments, what happens during assignments, criteria used in selecting a coach, and the measurement of coaching impact.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Compare and contrast at least three key differences between executives, organizations, internal and external coaches on their views on coaching.
  2. Identify at least three key characteristics executives most want in a coach.
  3. Describe at least three tools for measuring coaching impact.
  4. Describe at least three key activities that take place during coaching assignments.

Speakers:

Brian Underhill, Ph.D.; Joey Collins, Psy.D.

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Executive Women Defying Gravity: Using Insights from Trailblazing Leaders to Transform Organizational Culture and Performance..

This session presents the insights from a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist will share insights from her latest book, “Earning It” gleaned from interviews with more than 50 senior female executive leaders successfully navigated the intersection of social identities and gender bias to contribute high impact in the organizations they led.  Participants will learn how to coach both men and women leaders to understand the realities of power, privilege and marginalization that operate in organizational cultures and to use that knowledge to minimize systemic barriers to equal opportunity and contribution.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe 3 ways in which gender bias directly and insidiously constrains opportunities for women to advance and contribute in organizations.
  2. List three specific examples of women leaders who overcame biases and cultural constraints that can be used by consultants to benefit their clients.
  3. Identify three specific ways to help men and women leaders foster work environments that promote fairness and remove systemic barriers to equal opportunity in the workplace.

Speaker:

Joann Lublin, M.A.

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Inclusive leadership in a diverse world: Research Insights on Behaviors that Differentiate Leaders who Deal Effectively with Diversity and Inclusion..

Leaders are expected to manage a highly diverse workforce and to foster an environment of inclusion in their teams. With a sample of over 5000 leaders from the United States, we explored the behaviors that characterize those who are effective at managing diversity and fostering inclusion, and differentiate them from less effective leaders in this area. With this understanding of diversity and inclusive leadership, we explore potential areas for growth in less effective leaders.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify at least 3 current trends in workplace diversity from the perspectives of literature into leadership, neuroscience and cognition.
  2. Describe the impact of the current trends in workplace diversity on team performance.
  3. Apply at least 3 research insights about leadership behaviors that support effectiveness in diversity and inclusion to one’s own consulting work with clients.
  4. Apply at least 3 research insights about fostering effectiveness and growth in the areas of diversity and inclusion to one’s own consulting work with clients.

Speakers:

Maria Brown, Ph.D.; Tricia Naddaff, M.S.

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The Neuroscience of Trust and High Performance Teams..

This presentation describes new research on how to measure and change a key aspect of an effective company and team culture: Trust and Psychological Safety. This presentation will summarize the latest neuroscience research around interpersonal trust and psychological safety and its relationship to the hormone oxytocin. Research will be presented showing the link between high trust teams with important employee outcomes such as retention, engagement, reduced job burnout and well-being.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the association between empathy, trust and the hormone oxytocin
  2. Describe the two foundational components of high trust/high performance teams
  3. Identify four key contributors to interpersonal trust and psychological safety

Speaker:

Ken Nowack, Ph.D.

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