Power Leadership Training with Ron Brown
Establish Your New Leadership Platform
ONE-DAY SEMINAR ON MAY 29 at D.CAMP
9:00 – 4:30 P.M.
How’s your career going?
Do you want to take your career to the next level but are unsure how to go about it? In this modern age of digital advancement, cultural dissonance, and generational shift in how we all perceive the thing that most of us predominantly spend our time… our jobs inevitably define us. The question you need to ask yourself is, do you like that definition of you?
Dr. Ron Brown is one of the most sought-after corporate trainers in the U.S. AAJA Asia is pleased to bring him to Seoul, with the kind support of Cathay Pacific Airlines to share him with our Chapter members to help get you past your career rut.
Learn how to take control by learning the language of power and leadership. Develop a personal blueprint to drive your goals in the newsroom. Gain best strategies to negotiate from a position of strength, in whatever you want to achieve.
Dr. Ron Brown, who has worked with newsroom leaders and managers of Fortune 100 companies, will lead an intimate workshop at N3CON SEOUL for those aspiring to take on leadership roles at their media organizations.
Along with mastering the everyday challenges of rapid organizational change, leaders also face the realities of navigating the new and critical power circuits within their newsrooms and companies. Successful Asian leaders in western organizations need to be grounded in the nature of power and understand its rules to be effective decision maker and manage their careers. By exploring the concepts of power and leadership, managers will gain a new understanding of the core dynamics of organizational life and develop strategies to make their strengths work for them — not against them.
Participants will be better able to apply this course to their evolving leadership competencies if they have a minimum 3+ years experience in the field and have previously taken an introductory leadership course.
Dr. Brown will lead the group in discussions on:
• the importance of power in achieving career success
• the relationship between power and leadership • the cultural and gender challenges in gaining and using power and leadership • how to develop personal strategies for achievement, power and leadership.
About Dr. Ron Brown :
Ronald B. Brown, Ph.D., President of Banks Brown, a management consulting firm based in San Francisco, is a leading authority and innovator in the fields of Leadership Development, Global Diversity, and Organizational Transformation. Working with numerous Fortune 100 corporations, he has served as a strategic consultant to companies such as Procter & Gamble, McDonald’s, Avon Products, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Eastman Kodak, ExxonMobil, E.I. DuPont General Mills, Shell Oil, and Reebok International. For over 28 years, Dr. Brown has worked with C.E.O.s and senior executives. He has conducted leadership development seminars for more than 90,000 managers.
Dr. Brown is an honored faculty member of The Executive Leadership Program for the Asian American Journalist Association. In his career, he has conducted leadership development seminars for companies such as The New York Times, Knight Ridder, Gannett and Times Mirror. For many years, he has been a lecturer and consultant at the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, American Press Institute, National Association of Black Journalists, Asian American Journalists Association and National Association of Hispanic Journalists. He also serves as a consultant to Unity, Journalists of Color. In addition, Dr. Brown has made numerous presentations to the American Society of Newspaper Editors, American Press Institute and the Newspaper Association of America.
As a result of his long-term relationships throughout the media industry, he has unique and personal access to more than 3,000 print, broadcast and digital journalists around the world.
$100 USD for AAJA Asia Members
Non-Members $200 USD, Space is limited to 25 only.
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*One-on-one personalized coaching will be offered on a first-come first-serve basis, at additional cost. Dates available in Seoul: May 25-26, times are flexible.
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