Leaders have always been expected to achieve results. Over the last thirty years there has been a growing expectation that effective leaders should also demonstrate a level of care and concern for people in order to work collaboratively, effectively coach and develop others, and build employee engagement. Is this a reasonable expectation? How difficult is it to lead with a shared emphasis on both people and results?
Join us for this interactive session as we share surprising results from one of MRG’s most provocative research studies and explore neuroscience insights into the challenging balance between focusing on people and focusing on results.
Tricia Naddaff is the President at Management Research Group (www.mrg.com), an international leader in creating high-quality assessment tools and conducting extensive research in the areas of Leadership, Sales and Career Development/Personal Growth. Tricia works extensively with MRG’s worldwide network of consultants and clients providing thought leadership and coaching to assist in their development work with both individuals and organizations. Tricia speaks globally to audiences who want to increase the positive impact they have in their organizations and the world around them. A contributing author to the book “Enlightened Power”, she has a particular interest in engaging in the exploration of gender in leadership, and leading authentically and cultivating wisdom, courage and compassion in organizations. Tricia has been consulting to individuals, teams and organizations for over 30 years and her experience includes coaching, product design, research, and business development. Tricia received her graduate degree in Management from Lesley University and her undergraduate degree from Boston College.