Ignite’s Strategy Breakfast series allows you to start your morning exploring a current trend or topic related to your personal and professional growth. The fast-paced format will include a short talk from an expert, meaningful interactions with other members, and takeaways to improve your life and leadership. As Harvard Business Review suggests, “one of the most difficult transitions for leaders to make is the shift from doing to leading,” and yet it is critical to the success of your team and the advancement of your career. Together we’ll explore what inhibits and highlight what enables effective delegation for both transitioning leaders and current leaders alike.
Leadership Themes: Results-Orientation, Motivation, Strategic Thinking
What to Expect
Identify what is keeping you from better delegation
Learn a 4-step process for successful delegation
The opportunity to share best practices, challenges and leave with tangible action steps
About Damian Boler
Damian Boler is a trusted coach and strategist helping companies and individuals optimize their potential. After receiving his MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Damian went on to become an ICF Certified Coach focusing on leadership and workplace relationship agility. With a breadth of experience in organizational development, strategic partnerships and talent management, he helps cultivate thriving leaders and productive workplaces. Damian’s approach is to build trust and respect through integrity, compassion and embracing diverse perspectives. When he isn’t coaching and consulting, he enjoys sports and improv - both of which keep him growing in the art of teamwork.
Ignite is a diverse and dynamic community of rising leaders who share a hunger for personal and professional growth. We are connected through the pursuit of a new kind of leadership - one that is more mindful, compassionate and competent. Through more than 45 meaningful and curated experiences each year for you to choose from, you’ll find the path and people needed to thrive.