These extra resources are for exploring your own path of leadership development. They include articles, books, videos, podcasts, and web sites and are organized as well by CorrLeader Areas and Topics.
In this episode of Corrtalk Sarah and Peter chat with Stephanie Macpherson, Provincial Director of the Adult Custody Division. Stephanie shares passion for the business, leadership, and her team and also speaks about the importance of communication, collaboration, engagement and transparency. She describes her vision for Adult Custody and explains the meaning behind her tagline, “it’s all about the people.”
In this episode of CorrTalk, Peter and Sarah sit down to chat with former Warden, Debbie Hawboldt. In a career with the Adult Custody Division spanning 33 years, Debbie talks about navigating challenging times in her career, the beliefs that kept her engaged, and the lessons that she learned from organizational changes.
In this episode of CorrTalk, Peter and Sarah sit down to chat with Rick Lacroix, Warden of Fraser Regional Correctional District. With over 20 years of experience working through the ranks of the Adult Custody Division, Rick talks about the things he’s learned along the way. He shares his insights on leadership, empowering others, taking time to understand the big picture, what to do when you don’t have all the answers, and his passion for carrot cake, country music, and motorcycles.
Executive coach and public speaker Gerry Valentine provides a breakdown of the general steps required to achieve executive presence (online article).
Stanford professor and coach, Allison Kluger, teaches entrepreneurs how to communicate like a leader in this article from Insights by Stanford Business (online article).
Each of us has something powerful to say; yet, for whatever reason, we often hold back. Former opera singer Allison Shapira uses music to explain how we can find our voice and our courage to speak up (video).
In this talk Former opera singer and speaking expert Allison Shapira talks about the power of Executive Presence, discusses its importance, and provides strategies for achieving it (video).
Sylvia Ann Hewlett , one of the worlds most influential business thinkers, discusses executive presence – why it’s important, strategies to develop it, and the gender and cultural biases that impact it (video).
Jeswald Salcuse discusses why negotiation is a key aspect of effective leadership, and provides three key aspects of negotiation that will improve your persuasiveness as a leader (online article).
Alison Wood Brooks discusses the impact of emotion on effective negotiation and how to manage our emotions and the emotions of our counterparts for increased success (online article).
Former FBI negotiator Chris Voss talks about how FBI hostage techniques apply to leadership, and why emotional intelligence and tactical empathy are the most important tools for negotiation (podcast)
In this conference keynote former FBI expert Chris Voss applies his experience of high-stakes negotiation to being a leader (video)