Let's Get Curious!
In-Person Chapter Meeting
Working together toward shared goals isn’t as easy as it looks. It takes time, effort, and skill to do this well. Whether you manage others or work with others to manage tasks, processes, and projects, you will need to first learn how to manage yourself.
When you can manage yourself, you start to better relate to others, bring your best self to work, and create high impact for your company.
So, what’s the secret to doing this? It starts with getting curious. Ask more questions, communicate better, and show people your value.
Join us in this workshop as we work together through different scenarios that require us to think thoughtfully through challenging miscommunications.
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM CT
Location: Quore, 5000 Meridian Blvd., Suite 400 (4th Floor), Franklin, TN 37067
About the Facilitator:
Dayle Savage, EdD lives her life at the intersection of leadership and learning. She is originally from central Illinois but “grew up” in Nashville. Music City has been her home for 30+ years where she has continuously learned and experienced the fields of human, professional, and organizational development.
Currently, her private practice spiraLearning, LLC supports and develops those individuals and organizations that are ready to have a breakthrough experience around the goals and strategies that will enhance professional lives and develop organizations.
Dayle is an internationally certified Executive Leadership Coach, speaker and facilitator leveraging her expertise in Talent, Change, & Organization Development. As a retired professor of Vanderbilt University, she directed the Leadership and Organizational Performance graduate program at Peabody College for nine years helping hundreds of graduate students produce and polish the decision-making and strategy skills that it takes to be a 21st century leader. In addition, Dayle designed and directed the first Professional Student Career Service Center where career outcomes were realized for 93 - 97% of all graduates 90 days post-graduation. She also had an ‘experiential sabbatical’ from 2008 – 2009 where she became the VP of HR and Chief Learning Officer at Ascension Saint Thomas. To realize, value, and inspire the possibility you have for you and your life’s work is her passion.