One leadership expert stated that in leadership, friends come and go but enemies accrue.
While tension and conflict are inevitable in any relationship, they are guaranteed
to be more frequent and intense in leadership situations. Ignoring or avoiding tension
and conflict is not an option. Actually, the mere act of leadership generates change,
which is inherently disruptive. The question is how to stay above the fray while exercising
leadership in the fray?
Join us as we explore this timely consideration featuring George Johnson, Assistant Executive Director for Riverside County, and Dr. John Shoup, Dean of CBU's Metcalf School of Education. Admission is complimentary but registration is required. Submit your RSVP using the form below.