Leadership Development CoP: Achieve Exceptional Results and Improve Relationships by Setting and Maintaining Boundaries with Others

  • 14 Nov 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • George Mason Arlington Campus RM 602, 3351 Fairfax Drive Arlington, VA 22201
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Today’s leaders need to be able to communicate clearly, address morale issues, increase productivity, and reduce stress and turnover in the organization. One often-overlooked leadership skill can help leaders achieve all these results while improving personal and work relationships. That skill is setting and maintaining boundaries with others. When we effectively set boundaries and limits with others, we take better care of ourselves, maintain our self-respect, and increase the likelihood we will have more control over our lives.


In this interactive session you will learn:


  • What is a boundary
  • Examples of setting effective boundaries
  • Why it is often difficult for us to set and maintain them
  • The essential steps and additional tips to be successful


You will also be provided with a boundaries handbook.


Biography

Mark Sachs is an organizational consultant and executive coach who has been doing this work for more than 15 years.  His areas of specialization are assessing organization effectiveness, successfully managing change, increasing communication among staff, and teamwork.

His coaching practice focuses on helping executives and managers develop their leadership skills, including inspiring a shared vision for the organization, communicating more effectively, experimenting, taking risks, and managing stress.  


Marks’ clients have included NASA, NIH, FDA, The Washington Post, VeriSign, Federal Realty Investment Trust, Choice Hotels, National Governors Association, the National Association of Federal Credit Unions, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.


Prior to opening his consulting firm, Mark was Director of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s Management Consulting Service.  He was Manager of Station Relations at National Public Radio prior to his work at CPB.

He earned his MS degree in Organization Development from the American University/NTL Institute.  He also holds MA and BA degrees in Sociology from Rutgers University. He also is a graduate of Coach University and an International Coach Federation, Associate Certified Coach.


Agenda:


Networking: 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Presentation: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Wrap up: 8:00 PM to 8:30 PM


Location:


George Mason Arlington Campus

RM 602

3351 Fairfax Drive

Arlington, VA 22201


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