Center for Executive Leadership
Intentional LeadershipA RUTHERFORD Cable program
in conjunction with the Middle Tennessee State University
Jennings A. Jones College of Business and University Honors College.
Intentional Leadership is a series of highly interactive and practical workshops designed for Rutherford Cable. It focuses on the actions you can take to gain better control of your work life and influence others. We share some of the latest research on the power of positive leadership, habits, workplace engagement, and working with others. Each session challenges participants to examine what is working, what needs to change, and Raffo and Clark facilitate structured activities to make that change achievable.
Module 1 - Power of Habits & Intentional Change
Module 2 - Being Engaged in My Work & Engaging Others
Module 3 - Working Better with Others & Bolstering Your Influence
Module 4 - Positive Leadership & Mindfulness
Deana Raffo, Ed.D., is a Professor of Management in the Jones College of Business at MTSU. She is the Director of the Institute of Leadership Excellence and serves as the Coordinator of the Leadership Studies Minor. She has been the primary curriculum developer and professor for many of MTSU’s undergraduate leadership courses and is graduate faculty teaching Leading Organizations in the MBA program. She has enjoyed a more than 25-year-long career at MTSU with rich professional experiences involving student services, student leadership development, and leadership education. Her research focuses on the personal development aspects of leadership as well as the introspective qualities in leadership.
Dr. Deana Raffo
Professor of ManagementMTSU Jones College of Business
Leigh Anne Clark, Ph.D., J.D., is an Associate Professor of Management in the Jones College of Business at MTSU. She combines her Psychology, Law, and Management education in her work with Organizations focusing on the people side of management. She is Coordinator of the Department of Management’s Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership and Social Innovation Initiative and a graduate faculty member teaching Organization Behavior, Leading Organizations, and Non-Profit Leadership courses. Her research focuses on the ethics of technology, privacy, leadership and organizational behavior, and business ethics in general. Dr. Clark obtained her law degree from Emory University in 1992, and worked for private, government, and nonprofit organizations in Georgia before obtaining her Doctor of Business Administration with a focus in Organization Studies from Southern Illinois University in 2007.
Dr. Leigh Anne Clark
Associate Professor of ManagementMTSU Jones College of Business
When: Wednesdays, January 22, 29, February 5 & 12, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Where: Middle Tennessee State University, Miller Executive Education Center, 503 E Bell St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Who: Members ONLY - Maximum registration is 30
Cost: Early registration special of $125. After December 24th, cost is $150. Exclusive to RUTHERFORD Cable members.
Scholarships available - Find the application HERE
Please Note: Subject to Change
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