Dr. Pagonis has 20 years' experience in leadership roles and organizational design that she gained throughout her professional and academic career. Her organizational development expertise has culminated from years of operational experience, which enabled her to successfully lead and oversee the design of organizational improvement strategies. Dr. Pagonis' mission is to give organizational leaders the tools they need to create workplace cultures where people feel safe, supported, and able to engage in activity that promotes trust building and innovation. Dr. Pagonis is also the author of, Choose to Be a Leader Others Would Want to Follow: How to Lead with Heart and Purpose, which grew out of her desire to support managers in learning how to become emotionally intelligent leaders that can achieve organizational success while inspiring and motivating others.
SUMMARYHow many of us actually explore why we want to become a manager before leaping into the role? In today's episode, we will explore five critical questions that we all need to answer before going for that promotion.FIVE CRITICAL QUESTIONS1. I am an individual contributor who has fulfilled my potential and I am looking for a new challenge that will support my personal and professional growth.2. I am someone who wants to inspire and motivate others in working together to achieve a common goal.3. I know what my strengths are and my personal areas of growth.4. I am clear on why I want to become a formal leader/manager.5. I am clear on what my values are and how they guide my behaviour.LINKS Check out our website and explore the online courses and workshops we offer to help transform your people into capable and confident leaders: https://sinogapsolutions.com/ MY BOOKChoose to be a Leader others would Want to Follow: purchase the book here.DISCOUNT CODEtackletuesday10
SUMMARYThis is our first episode in our special segment series, Taco Tuesday. Taco Tuesday is devoted to highlighting women in business and their efforts and achievements in creating inclusive and equitable societies. When reviewing stats on where the world is at with gender parity, we can see that no single society has achieved total equality between women and men. And although, women are increasingly entering the workforce, gender inequality still exists. It exists in our pay, in leadership positions, funding for new ventures, and mentoring opportunities. My guest today, Christine Channer Auguste, is all too familiar with gender and racial inequities. In spite of those challenges, Christine has achieved over 15 years of success in a variety of industries. Christine shares her experiencers in the corporate world and what led her to move from employee to CEO. Christine’s resilience, belief in herself and ability to pivot, will be inspirational to both women and men alike.SPECIAL THANKSI would like to give special thanks to my stepdaughter, Emily Nash, who came up with the idea of Taco Tuesday and inspired me to launch it! The series is dedicated to her. WOMAN UP! IGNITE THE LEADER IN YOU PROGRAMTo learn more about how we can customize the Woman Up! Ignite the Leader In You Program click HERECHRISTINE CHANNER AUGUSTE'S CONTACT & LINKSChanner Consulting & TrainingChristine Channer Auguste LinkedInBusiness LinkedIN Podcast The Fab CollectiveTwitter: @FabChannerinfo@thechannergroup.comSheO
SUMMARYTaco Tuesday is a special segment series devoted to highlighting women in business, leadership, and their efforts and achievements in creating inclusive and equitable societies. And yes, the double entendre is intentional.If you don’t want to miss out on the next Taco Tuesday episode, be sure to follow me on social media...links are below. SPECIAL THANKSI would like to give special thanks to my stepdaughter, Emily Nash, who came up with the idea of Taco Tuesday and inspired me to launch it! The series is dedicated to her.CONTACT INFOYou can check out my website @ https://sinogapsolutions.com to learn more about what my company does and how we partner with organizations in developing employee and leadership development strategies that will contribute to a company’s ability to continually grow and achieve its mission.LinkedInFacebookInstagramTwitterYoutube
SUMMARYIn response to the Me Too and Black Lives Matter movements, we have seen a number of organizations rushing to tick the “Diversity & Inclusion” box, which mostly encompasses unconscious bias training. But when diversity and inclusion strategies do not go beyond basic compliance training, we miss an opportunity to truly to assess how diverse groups may experience our policies, programs, products, and services. The only way we can uncover inequities is to ensure we include diverse perspectives into our decision-making. But many organizations still struggle in figuring out how to integrate diversity, equity and inclusion within their systems and processes. One organization that has successfully integrated D&I into their recruitment strategy, is the Edmonton Police Service, which saw a 61% increase in women recruits and a 118% increase in diversity overall. And one way they accomplished this was with their Recruit Mentoring Academy, which is the only one of its kind in North America! WOMAN UP! IGNITE THE LEADER IN YOU PROGRAMTo learn more about the Woman Up! Ignite the Leader in You program and how it can be customized for your organization, click here. FOR A CUSTOMIZED MENTORING PROGRAMClick here.EPS MENTORING PROGRAMTo learn more about Edmonton Police Service's Recruit Mentoring Program, click here.
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Sep 28th, 1974
Edmonton Energy And Technology Park, Alberta, Canada
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