Leadership Development with Corey Fernandez
January 17, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LAHRA in partnership with The Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce presents:
The greatest gift: make people feel seen, heard and valued.
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The greatest gift we can offer another is to make them feel seen, heard, and valued. When gifted, we feel safe. We find a sense of belonging. We start to reveal the authentic self-portraits that make each of us irreplaceable in our vast human history. During this leadership luncheon, we will blend three radical technologies together to help us bring this gift into our workplace and our home as often as possible. They’re so radical they will transform the way you lead, how people follow and how you achieve results.
LAHRA MEMBERS: $25.00 NON-MEMBERS $35.00
About Corey Fernandez
Corey Fernandez, Executive Coach and Leadership Development Trainer. Corey loves to understand every leaders’ personal journey while helping them shape their most fulfilling legacy. As a seasoned facilitator and trainer, he uncovers stories, provokes truth-telling and critical thinking, and creates alignment around culture change and proven leadership routines. As a coach, he increases leaders’ impact by elevating self-awareness, simplifying goal-setting, and making workplace practice meaningful. Before joining the Humanergy team, Corey led complex consulting engagements with over 20 Fortune 500 companies spanning all industries and excelled as a cross-functional team lead and facilitator. While he doesn’t claim to be a change management expert, he claims over 10 years of expertise focused on the most critical difference makers of every change journey: leadership, culture, and employee engagement. Teammates and clients recognize Corey for his approachability, integrity, and commitment to high-trust relationships. Corey continually invests in his own leadership capabilities. Most recently, he completed an 80-day sea kayaking and mountaineering expedition in Patagonia, Chile with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). After navigating the sea and land with a 20-person team in harsh and unpredictable weather, he never dismisses the resourcefulness of people. He also embraces the adventure in change and having a high tolerance for adversity. Born, raised, and educated in Michigan with six years out-of-state in Texas, Corey considers Ann Arbor and Austin homes. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Studies from the University of Michigan. Outside of work, Corey and his wife – Jessica – raise their son to love and protect nature. They partner on endless garden projects and enjoy hiking, kayaking, fly fishing, and long weekends in Northport, Michigan.