Are You An Intentional Leader? – April CMB Member Webinar

Leading others is hard. Whether you’ve got a team of five or fifty, all eyes are looking to you for support, guidance and growth.

In this month’s CMB Member Benefit Webinar on Wednesday, April 13th at NOON CTBrian Burger (REFLECTNEXT, Executive Coach/Consultant) will show you how to be intentional in your leadership style. He will introduce REFLECTNEXT’s “Organizational Insights Wheel” which is designed to help bring you greater perspective and simplify all the competing priorities you’re faced with each day while leading your organization.

Brian will also share a tool he helped co-create that will equip you to make the one critical change that must be addressed in leadership in service of people for any organization.

This presentation is sure to bring you new insights, powerful questions to dig into and tools to move you forward.

Members will receive an email with the link to access this webinar on Wednesday, April 13th.

These monthly CMB Member Webinars are an ongoing Member benefit we offer throughout the year. You must be a Gold or Silver Member of CMB to receive access to the webinars each month. If you are not a CMB member, we hope that you will consider joining for 2016. CLICK HERE for more details on CMB Memberships.

CMB Support Contact INFO:
CMB Executive Director, Michelle Younkman
CMB Event Manager, Brittany Whatley
CMB Communications / Member Services Manager, Mimi Renew
CMB MultiMedia Manager, Jessica Arrendell



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