Evening Program | September 2013
Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Silver Spring Civic Building
One Veterans Plaza
Silver Spring, MD 20910
(corner of Ellsworth Drive and Fenton Street)
- 6:15-6:45 PM | Networking & Light Appetizers
- 6:45-8:45 PM | Evening Program
Andrew Satter Daniel White
Andrew Satter is an executive leadership coach and organization development consultant who helps leaders, teams, and organizations reach their potential by developing awareness and successfully implementing authentic leadership in fast-paced and dynamic environments.
Daniel White is an independent organization development consultant, executive coach, and leadership facilitator and who specializes in helping leaders, teams and whole organizations reach their full potential. He has over 30 years’ experience working in the field.
You can maximize talent engagement in your organization when the four basic human drives are satisfied. The four drives are: Acquisition; Bonding; Learning; and Defending. Join us for an interactive deep-dive that explores several applications of the Four Drive model:
• How to transform organizational and team culture to be more productive AND fulfilling.
• How to accelerate leadership development for high potentials and senior executives through a new coaching framework.
• The session is designed with a building block framework and will begin by identifying the primary drives of four well-known leaders, focusing on the positive aspects of their style and what they can do in order to lead more effectively. We will also use cases to determine the behaviors and effects of over- and under-activation of the different drives. Through several, colorful case studies and dialogues, you will learn to recognize each of the four drives in context, and make recommendations about how the Four Drives can be used in leadership development and coaching. You will learn to use the model to diagnose organizations and determine what is needed to enhance engagement.
• The session uses small and large group exercises, and lively interactive dialogues.
• In an action planning exercise – you will identify one tangible way you can apply the Four
Drive model in your workplace.
Participants will acquire the following:
1. The Four Drive framework that motivates people and contribute to engagement. The drives are: Acquisition, Bonding, Learning, Defending.
2. Recognize behaviors and consequences of over-activation and under-activation of each drive in case studies.
3. Apply The Four Drive model to diagnose organizational effectiveness and leadership development
opportunities, and subsequently recommend solutions.
Register online, or to pay by check, download
a registration form and mail to CBODN, 1325 G St. NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005.
||Before September 17
||At the Door
For registration questions, please contact CBODN Support.