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Becoming a Can-Do Leader: A Guide for the Busy Manager

Friday, November 11, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Frank Satterthwaite, Professor of Organizational Leadership and Jamie Millard, Executive Partner, Lexington Leadership

If your managers are telling you they are “too busy” to develop their people, don’t miss this webcast. Jamie Millard and Frank Satterthwaite, authors of Becoming a Can-Do Leader: A Guide for the Busy Manager, will discuss how you can change the mindset of your busy managers to become your willing and able partners in workforce development. After this webcast you’ll be able to get your “too busy” managers to:

  • Embrace a can-do mind shift that makes leading and doing mutually reinforcing activities.
  • Use “multi-impacting” strategies that enable them to find the time to develop their people.
  • Think TPL and check VITALS in ways that enable them to develop their people, whether they are leading or doing.
  • Unleash their can-do spirit as they become your fully engaged partners in workforce development.

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Presenters

Frank Satterthwaite
Frank Satterthwaite

Professor of Organizational Leadership

Dr. Frank Satterthwaite is a professor of Organizational Leadership and past director of the MBA program at Johnson & Wales University. Frank is co-author of Becoming a Can-Do Leader: A Guide for the Busy Manager (ATD Press, 2016). He is also the author of The Career Portfolio Workbook: Using the Newest Tool in Your Job-Hunting Arsenal to Impress Employers and Land a Great Job (McGraw-Hill), a book selected as “Editor’s Choice” at the Wall Street Journal. His articles have appeared in national magazines, including Esquire, and he has appeared on nationally broadcast radio and TV programs in the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Satterthwaite also has a management consulting practice in which he helps managers become Can-Do Leaders. He studied psychology at Princeton University and received his Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Yale University. Earlier in his career, Satterthwaite was a member of the U.S. national men’s squash team. He and his wife Martha Werenfels live in Rhode Island. 


Jamie Millard
Jamie Millard

Executive Partner, Lexington Leadership

Jamie Millard is a past member of ATD’s National Advisors for Chapters and is the executive partner and co-founder of Lexington Leadership. Jamie is co-author of Becoming a Can-Do Leader: A Guide for the Busy Manager. For more than 25 years, Jamie has been involved globally in developing executives, leaders, and teams through executive coaching and customized leadership training. Jamie formerly led the national organization change management practice at CSC Consulting. Earlier, he was a partner at Harbridge House, where he led the continuous improvement practice. Jamie holds a BS from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and an MBA from the University of Rhode Island. He is a proud veteran and a former U.S. Army Ranger. Jamie is a member of the Global Educator Network with Duke Corporate Education and is on the faculty of the Hult International Business School.


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