Top 10 Mistakes Leaders Make - and How to Avoid Them
Educational In-Person Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Educational Virtual Session 11:50 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
*Monthly meeting will be held July 13th due to July 6th following a holiday week.*
Presented by Ted Schick
To register: Top 10 Mistakes Leaders Make - and How to Avoid Them
A fun yet engaging look at the mistakes leaders too often make and more importantly, how to avoid them and sidestep these common pitfalls. Filled with real-life stories and examples, this presentation has application to everyone in the room--- whether you lead you or lead others. From good relationships to providing feedback to serving your team, this is content we can use immediately.
Learning Objectives: 1. List and describe the 10 mistakes leaders make
2. Apply and explain the tactics to avoid these common leadership mistakes
3. Understand the difference between influence and authority
4. Compare and contrast one’s leadership to implement improvements going forward
About the Speaker:
Residing in Fredenberg Township, just north of Duluth, MN, Ted Schick is a professional speaker, corporate trainer and consultant with his own business of 12 years, Schick Corporate Learning. A retired naval officer who rose from the enlisted ranks, Ted has over 30 years’ experience leading people.
With over 26 years in teaching, Ted holds a BA Business from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, received a teaching certificate from Bemidji State University, and a Master of Education from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
Ted has been active in his community with Spirit Mountain Ski Patrol, local animal humane societies including Animal Allies and Friends of Animals and has served as a mentor for Mentor Duluth. In his “spare” time, he has been a stand-up comedian, teaches Fit Camp fitness classes, served as a personal fitness coach as well as a seasoned triathlete.
Re-certification Credits:Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit
Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members - including virtual or in-person options.
Non-members: Please register, and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting - including virtual or in-person options.
Student non-members: Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.