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Developing Personal Leadership Workshop w/ Life-Long Leadership (L3)

  • MODA 1315 Peachtree Street Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30309 United States (map)

How does who you are impact the way you lead? As much as we want to believe that leadership is simply a set of skills we can acquire, the ability to lead people successfully is actually rooted in the awareness and acceptance of our personal identity. We must be able to lead ourselves first – a task that requires self-awareness, self-management, vulnerability, and courage – before we can begin to lead others.

This two-hour session with Life-Long Leadership will focus on what it looks like to transition from leading work to leading people, why the foundation of leadership is actually understanding yourself, and how to build a leadership style supported by your gifts. Leadership is personal, not positional, and it starts with you.

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Admission:
Toast MODA members enjoy exclusive, free access to this event but registration is required.

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About L3's Leadership Consultant, Rachel Lin:

Rachel joined the Life-Long Leadership team as a Leadership Consultant in 2016. With a heart for people and a passion for developing leaders, she loves spending time with clients who are willing to invest in their own growth and teams who want to work more effectively together.

As a Leadership Consultant, Rachel delivers leadership development programs through facilitated team sessions, workshops, and one-on-one executive coaching. She holds certifications in MBTI, The Effective Facilitator, and Inside Out Coaching, and regularly uses assessments like Gallup's Strengths Finder to help clients better understand their talents, realize their leadership potential, and capitalize on their gifts.

Prior to joining the L3 team, Rachel spent seven years in the technology industry. She held positions of increasing responsibility and developed skills in marketing, project management, business development, and operations before ultimately serving as the Chief Operating Officer for a small technology startup firm.