eLABorate Topics

Hosted ByLona Small, Stephanie Whitehead, & Tywauna Wilson

Leadership and Technical Strategies for Medical Laboratory Professionals to excel inside and outside of the lab.

Episode 58: “Leading Change as an Impactful Leader”

Lona uses the framework from one of her courses “From Technical Expert to Impactful Leader” With the framework, Lona leads the listeners through the different steps to gain clarity on what needs to change. She leads the listeners into making the commitment needed, how to break the commitment statement into activities and milestones in order to have impactful outcomes of the change effort.

In this episode Lona Small discusses how we could lead and manage changes that are inevitable in our labs and workplaces especially now post pandemic.

Lona discusses and walk through exercises to:

  1. Be Aware of Your Current Situation
  2. Accept Your Situation
  3. Be Accountable as a leader
  4. Make The Commitment
  5. Take Action

Listen to the episode with pen and paper and walk through the exercises to lead change as an impactful leader

Get full training of “From Technical Expert to Impactful Leader” here https://www.lonasmall.com/offers/x6PTsSey

You can reach Lona directly at lonasmall@lonasmall.com . You can also catch her on LinkedIn under Lona Gordon Small and follow hashtag #YouAreAnEqualPartOfTheWhole.

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