How can you create a clear and intentional path when your teams are challenged by time, virtual work environments, distractions, fear of unknowns, and more? How can you bring the right level of humility and direction while working collaboratively? How can you add value and provide trusted leadership when you don’t have all of the answers?
Join expert designer and researcher Dana Ragouzeos to discuss how to lead teams and influence others under shifting circumstances. Borrowing from key methods and mindsets used in the design process, she will discuss tips for adjusting to our fluctuating work and life realities. You will leave this webinar with tips for strengthening your skills as a team leader, whether you manage a team, run meetings, or lead projects.
- Identify abilities, strengths and needs in yourself and your team
- Connect as individuals and as a unit to the overall mission of the project
- Recognize and harness opportunities for team and individual growth
This webinar is excellent for emerging, mid-level and senior leaders.
About the presenter:
Dana Ragouzeos is a designer and researcher who has extensive experience working within and leading interdisciplinary teams. She has spent much of her professional experience working as a designer within health care organizations, such as Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, and UCSF School of Medicine. Her work has ranged from using design insights to guide national policy on health care equity to designing symptom dashboards and decision-making tools for patients and families. Dana also teaches classes on interaction design and design research at California College of the Arts, Cal State East Bay, and UC Berkeley.