Holly has over 10 years of executive experience with non-profit organizations. She served on the board of directors for Eagle Ranch Children’s Home and later served as the organization’s Director of Communications. She was also the Vice President of Advancement for Mercy Ships, a non-profit organization providing free medical care in Africa. During her tenure with Mercy Ships, she spearheaded US development efforts that helped to launch the world’s largest privately funded hospital ship serving developing nations.
Previously, she enjoyed a career in the health care industry in both a clinical setting and the business world. Holly’s most recent corporate position was the Vice President of Infusion Therapy and Healthcare Products for a Fortune 200 pharmacy services company.
Holly is a Certified Practitioner for the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. She consults with individuals and groups to present psychological types and how they apply to relationships and team dynamics.
This session addresses the most recent research on Generation iY, (the students born since 1990), and how their style is shaping the school campus as well as corporate America. They now part of the largest generation in our history and their impact is seen in every facet of our culture. The older you are, the more you may feel like an immigrant among natives with this emerging generation. Holly will help you translate the latest trends and research into practical principles and action steps to better engage today’s student.
Understand the unique challenges of Generation iY and learn how to connect and lead them well. Based on Tim Elmore’s book, Generation iY: Our Last Chance to Save Their Future.
Additional topics include:
- Leadership Training for Young Professionals
- Generational Diversity in the Workplace
- Generation iY: Turning Potential into Performance
- Team Building (Relational Dynamics and Communication Styles)
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator (How Type Impacts Team Dynamics)
In this session, we will examine what it means to move from merely being a director to being a mentor—a life giving mentor—for your leaders and employees. How do you form bridges of relationship that can bear the weight of truth? If we are to succeed at effectively training the next generation, we must master the art of developmental relationships, then provide the gifts that life-giving mentors give. We will close the session with some relevant Habitudes—which are images that form leadership habits and attitudes.
This workshop covers these issues:
- How to select a mentor or mentee
- How to launch a healthy, productive mentoring relationship
- How to prevent a failing mentoring relationship
- How to foster life-change
- How to create a pool of potential mentors and mentees in an organization
- How to incarnate the qualities of an effective mentor
- How to ask questions rather than give answers (inductive vs. deductive mentoring styles)
- How to overcome the four biggest challenges to mentoring success
- How to multiply mentoring leaders
Learn the art of mentoring relationships with practical steps to influence and invest in others. Based on Tim Elmore’s book, Life Giving Mentors: A Guide to Investing Your Life in Others.