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The Inspiring Leader
with Jack Zenger

When: October 30, 2008
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What is the most important competency for leaders to build? Dr. Jack Zenger outlines sixteen competencies or behaviors that make a difference in how leaders are perceived. These competencies form the basis for his argument that developing great leaders is not about fixing weaknesses, but rather, about building on a few key areas of strength. In this session, Dr. Zenger will address the research in his new book The Inspiring Leader. He will share practical, actionable methods for leaders in any organization to learn how to become more inspirational. Additionally, he will share the data that led him to this conclusion and how becoming inspirational can help leaders become truly extraordinary.

Speaker Biography

Dr. Jack Zenger is the CEO and co-founder of Zenger Folkman. He is considered a world expert in the field of leadership development, and is a highly respected and sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach. His academic experience includes serving on the faculty at USC and later teaching at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Additionally, he received a doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, an MBA degree from UCLA and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University. He has authored or co-authored dozens of articles and books including four on leadership, Results-Based Leadership, (Harvard Business School Press, 1999) voted by SHRM as the Best Business Book in the year 2000, the best selling The Extraordinary Leader: Turning Good Managers into Great Leaders (McGraw-Hill, 2002) and Handbook for Leaders (McGraw-Hill 2004).