$20 for Non-Members
$10 for Members
Research shows the urgency to develop emerging leaders is becoming more critical. Listen to any CEO, and you’ll hear “how do we develop emerging leaders” mentioned as a top concern. In this session, we will identity what development opportunities emerging leaders want, show how you can support your current leadership pipeline, and how to ignite those development opportunities for emerging leaders, regardless of age.
Linda Dausend, Senior Consultant, Account Lead, CPLP
Accredited Facilitator of The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™
Accredited Facilitator of The Coaching Clinic®
Accredited Facilitator of Everything DiSC®
Trained Facilitator of The Leadership Challenge® Workshop
Linda Dausend works with clients to become their trusted business partner and is fully committed to seeing them succeed. Linda applies her broad experience to help clients develop strong leaders and build teams that work together well, spending much of her time designing and facilitating training programs with this goal in mind. She’s also an experienced coach, with a specialty in helping leaders grow their careers.
Before her work at FlashPoint, Linda spent 20 years applying her business studies to the world of retail, including industry giants Macy’s and Simon Property Group. Her academic and applied experience allowed her to look holistically at critical components that impact organizations’ success. Through her work she learned that people, and leaders in particular, are vital to achieving organizational objectives and this launched her journey into leadership and management development.
Linda has a bachelor’s degree in business and is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) through the Association for Talent Development; an accredited facilitator for The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™, The Coaching Clinic®, and Everything DiSC®; and a trained facilitator for The Leadership Challenge® Workshop. She’s a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and further serves as immediate past State Director of Indiana SHRM and State Membership Director of Arizona SHRM. She is also a member of the local chapter SHRM of Greater Phoenix, the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and the local ATD Valley of the Sun chapter where she serves as State Membership Director. A geocaching enthusiast, Linda performs in musical theatre, plays the flute in orchestras, entertains, and travels.