Cooperative Dynamics

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 -
08:30 am to 04:30 pm
EST
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 -
08:30 to 16:30
Collaboration in Challenging Environments
Description
In organizational settings, nearly all work gets done through the effective collaboration and coordination of ideas among people who inevitably come from different backgrounds and experiences. Learning to co-create effectively is an essential skill. Cooperative Dynamics is a leadership development program for individuals who need to achieve results through collaborating effectively with peers and other stakeholders. This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to explore how they can stay in creative mental and emotional spaces while working in challenging environments, often with seemingly difficult people.
Speaker Bios
Daniel Sheres, MPH, CLC is an executive coach and leadership development specialist focusing on coaching senior executives and management teams to be more creative, collaborative, and influential. His practical, results-based approach draws on over 15 years’ experience as an executive coach, management consultant, entrepreneur, and technology specialist. His expertise has been leveraged at top management consulting and professional services firms and across many industries including emergency management, healthcare, pharmaceutical, defense, legal, and telecommunications. He has coached and advised senior leadership at organizations ranging from small entrepreneurial ventures to global consulting firms.
Daniel is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and holds a Master’s degree in Health Policy and Management and Certificate in Health Finance and Management from the Johns Hopkins University. He received a Certificate in Leadership Coaching from the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University. Daniel holds a black belt in Aikido and teaches nationally on Aikido principles and their applications in executive development to corporate executives.

Carylynn Larson, Ph.D., PCC is known for her energetic effectiveness as an educator, speaker, facilitator, leader, and leadership coach. Cary has provided learning and development programs/events to a multitude of private companies and public-sector organizations. Cary has served on faculty at The George Washington University, George Mason University, and the United States Naval Academy. She has conducted applied research with organizations such as The Center for Creative Leadership, the U.S. Air Command & Staff College and the Army Research Institute. Cary holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (George Mason University), a Certificate in Leadership Coaching (Georgetown University) and is certified through the International Coaching Federation and the International Institute for Facilitation.
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