It seemed strange at first to carry on with this topic with all that is top of mind to people, but actually, our expert panelist, Al Sullivan, managed to touch upon some advice that every leader needs TODAY to better lead people in these volatile times, and then some!
Go to (or join if you haven’t yet!) the C3 community on LinkedIn to watch the full replay and find out:
- If you are supposed to answer assessments based on how you currently are or based on future aspirations
- What it means to be a victim of assessments
- The best way to leverage assessments as a leader to get the best performance from talent
- How assessments can help leaders resource people for projects
- How to decide which assessment to implement
- If there is an improper application for assessments
- The most common pitfalls job seekers fall into when using assessments to career plan
- The significance of impression management
- Where did these assessments come from and why are they important
- How assessments work with the 7 steps of organizational development
- What energy leadership is, and how it’s used to help leaders show up as their best selves, especially now in these volatile times
- How assessments can be used in hiring
- How feedforward works and why words matter when looking for opportunities to improve
- How you can create a space where no topic is off-limit
- How assessments can redeem their reputation and gain receptivity again
Remember, if you know a conscious leader or aspiring conscious leader who is committed to co-creating with other conscious leaders to turn ripples of positive change into waves of positive change, invite them to the C3 community.
And, if you haven’t yet, join us and introduce us to your expertise so that we can include it in our next topic survey. Co-create with us and share the wealth of your knowledge, experience, and wisdom while you also benefit from the amazing leaders already in the group.
Leaders need each other right now! What support do you need? Ask me or the C3 community today.
Karen Huller is the creator of the Corporate Consciousness Ripple Blueprint and author of Laser-sharp Career Focus: Pinpoint your Purpose and Passion in 30 Days. She founded Epic Careering, a leadership and career development firm specializing in executive branding and conscious culture, in 2006.
While the bulk of her 20 years of professional experience has been within the recruiting and employment industry, her publications, presentations, and coaching also draw from experience in personal development, performance, broadcasting, marketing, and sales. Her solutions incorporate breakthroughs in neuroscience, human performance optimization, bioenergetics, and psychology to help leaders accelerate rapport, expand influence, and elevate engagement and productivity while also looking out for the sustainability of the business and the planet.
Mrs. Huller was one of the first LinkedIn trainers and is known widely for her ability to identify and develop new trends. She is a Certified Professional Résumé Writer, Certified Career Transition Consultant, and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist with a Bachelor of Art in Communication Studies and Theater from Ursinus College and a minor in Creative Writing. Her blog was recognized as a top 100 career blog worldwide by Feedspot.
She was an Adjunct Professor in Cabrini University’s Communications Department and an Adjunct Professor of Career Management and Professional Development at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business She is an Instructor for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA) where some of her students won the 2018 national YEA competition, were named Ernst & Young’s America’s Next Top Young Entrepreneurs, and won the 2019 People’s Choice Award.
She is board secretary for the Upper Merion Community Center and just finished serving as Vice President of the Gulph Elementary PTC, for which she received recognition as a Public Education Partner and Promoter from the Upper Merion Area Education Association. She lives in King of Prussia with her husband, two daughters, and many pets, furry, feathered, and scaly.