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4475WTS professional development workshop: Leadership vs. Management (10/12; San Francisco)

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  • Asha Agrawal
    Oct 5, 2010
      [Info below is from
      . Please note that men as well as women are welcome at WTS events. - Asha
      W. Agrawal]

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      Women's Transportation Seminar (WTS) event: Leadership vs. Management

      Can you be an effective manager without being an effective leader, or vice
      versa? Did you know that you could be successful at being both an
      effective manager AND leader?

      Participants will evaluate the sources of leadership power, learn the
      relationship between leadership and management, and explore various
      leadership and management styles. Through this interactive workshop,
      Chaim will help you identify your own personal leadership style,
      strengths, and find opportunities to maximize the effectiveness of both
      management and leadership skills in the workplace.

      About the Speaker – Chaim Eyal, Ph.D. has been teaching, training,
      coaching, consulting and facilitating professionally since 1979. Much of
      his work involves workplace relationships and communication, management
      and supervision, organizational behavior and organizational development.
      With a Ph.D. in Communication and Social Psychology from Syracuse
      University in New York, Chaim had taught for 25 years at The Hebrew
      University of Jerusalem and at San Francisco State University.

      This event is sponsored jointly by the WTS Professional Development
      Committee and the Mentoring Program Committee.


      October 12th
      11:30 AM - 1:30 PM


      City Club of San Francisco
      155 Sansome Street #5
      San Francisco, CA 94104


      $45.00 WTS Members
      $55.00 Non-Members

      Lunch Provided
      *Please advise if a vegetarian meal is preferred.

      Please RSVP by October 7th via our events website at:

      Please remember that your reservation is a financial commitment.

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