Are you an introvert and a leader? Great! If there’s anything I can do to help you with that, it would be my honor.
You see, “introverts” are the main person I think of when I develop my workshops and seminars. Let me share my definition of an introvert, how it relates to the topics I teach, and see if any of this resonates with you.
An introvert is NOT anti-social, they just prefer small gatherings over group events; the workshop helps you prepare for meetings orbrainstorming sessions, weather you are running them or just attending.
An introvert often wants time to reflect on a new idea before coming to a conclusion or presenting their opinion; the workshop helps you set the foundation from which you can make swift decisions and give clear directions.
An introvert can be sensitive/averse to conflict; the workshop helps you prepare for sitting on both sides of the table during performance reviews or feedback.
An introverts’ independent work style often leads them to excel in the technical skills needed to perform the job – and that gets them promoted above their peers; the workshop helps you (1) redefine relationships as they shift from “buddy” to “boss” and (2) teachthose skills that come naturally to you.
If you see yourself in any of these challenges, I encourage you to check out the scheduled workshops at: www.kimmeyconsulting.com/new-leader.html