Filtered by category: Leadership Development Clear Filter

Gallup CliftonStrengths Workshop 2019


June 13, 2019
,10:00 - 4:30 pm; (mixer to follow, first drink is on us!)
HDR, 600 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101
$75 PNCWA or WEF members; $90 nonmembers; includes lunch and beverages. 
Register online: at www.pncwa.org/CS-Leadership2019-form by 11:59pm on June 6

One key to success is to fully understand how to apply your greatest talents and strengths in your everyday life. A person’s talents – those thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that come naturally – are the source of your true potential and power.  Continue

Leadership Development Webinar Wraps up Series

PNCWA Webinar: Leadership Development—Find The Leader Within You Webinar #3,
July 9, 11:00 AM Pacific
Leadership Development—Find The Leader Within You Webinar #3: In the third and final webinar in the leadership certificate program, we will examine practices 4 and 5 of the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®. Amy Dammarell will present Practice 4, “Enabling Others to Act” and Michael Comeskey will present Practice 5, “Encourage the Heart”.
The webinar is no cost for individuals who attended a Leadership Workshop at a PNCWA annual conference, all PNCWA members, all PNCWA section members, and all WEF-UPP organization employees.

.1 CEUs requested
1 PDHs available.
The webinars are based on “The Leadership Challenge”, by James Kouzes and Barry Posner.
  • The webinar series covers the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® as outlined in the book.  Webinar #1 examined the first practice, “Model the Way”.  Webinar #2 looked at “Inspire a Shared Vision”, the second practice, and “Challenge the Process”, the third practice.  Webinar #3 will review the fourth and fifth practices, “Enable Others to Act” and “Encourage the Heart”.
  • The Leadership Development Committee’s purpose is to “increase the quality and supply of leaders in the Association, our utilities and businesses, and in our larger community.  The LDC looks for opportunities to help leaders develop and provide lessons-learned and best practices specific to our industry.

Last Chance to Join 2017 PNCWA Mentorship Program

Calling all future mentors and protégés! PNCWA's mentoring program, which encourages members to connect with and learn from one another, wants you to join! PNCWA provides a mentoring guide and matches mentors and protégés based on shared interests, profession, and region. The program gives mentors an opportunity to pass on their wealth of knowledge and experience to help protégés develop professional skills and goals. 

The survey for the 2017 mentoring program survey closes May 1, 2017. We will begin pairing soon thereafter. After mentors and protégés are matched, they will confirm the selection, commit to their partnership, and then the mentoring can begin! Teams are encouraged to meet for at least an hour every other month. It is up to the mentor and protégé to determine what they would like to talk about and what they would like to develop (e.g., list of goals, career map). Mentor/protégé teams are encouraged to meet up at the 2017 PNCWA Annual Conference in October.

Read More