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Rhythm as a Metaphor for Leadership Success

  • 16 Nov 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • AICPA, 220 Leigh Farm Road Durham, NC 27707
  • 32


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Based on current research in the field of leadership, this presentation is an experiential learning exploration that leverages the difference between “learning about” and “having an experience of” to create a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of effective leadership.  With a drum provided for each participant to use during the session, this program uses rhythm and music as a metaphor to explore critical leadership competencies. 

Participants learn to create a piece of music together, debriefing each step along the way, cultivating a number of fundamental leadership skills.  The collective music making experience becomes a live learning laboratory in which the participants have an impactful and substantive experience with leadership abilities that drive success in today’s world. 

The Learning Objectives are:

  • Revisit the fundamental competencies necessary for success as a leader in today’s professional world.
  • Dynamically apply essential leadership skills through experiential learning exercises.
  • Cultivate critical leadership abilities in the areas of effective communication, collaboration, emotional intelligence, and self-awareness

Inspired by spending more than a year and a half living and working in rural African villages, Bill Scheidt brings to his work a passion for human connection, a strong working knowledge of business dynamics, and a love for music.

Under Bill’s directorship, Sewa Beats has delivered corporate training programs in 19 countries, 7 languages, and more than 300,000 participants around the world. Sewa Beats’ clients include many Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Coca-Cola, Hewlett Packard, BMW, and Cisco Systems.

Bill’s mission is to impact the organizations that make a difference in today’s world by connecting people to themselves, and to each other. 

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