November 7, 2018
(Please email Philayne Pribnow at email@example.com if you are interested in registering for this class.)
8:00am – 12:00pm
Registration fee includes course materials, campus parking and catered breakfast.
This class is part of the Leadership Certificate Program.
About the Program
How do you measure your influence at work? Would you look downward to the people and projects assigned to you? Or, do you see yourself at the center of a sphere of influence – a circle of power defined by 360-degrees of effective relationships?
“360” in today’s business lexicon is too often linked only to performance feedback devices. A “360 attitude” will increase your overall impact and put you in the center of a widening circle that includes the people and projects assigned to you, PLUS your boss(es), and your peers. To achieve this will require the right mindset and skills to build effective relationships.
360-DEGREE EFFECTIVENESS REQUIRES 360 DEGREE THINKING AND 360 DEGREE ACTION
360-DEGREE EFFECTIVENESS is a crash course in building your positive impact at work. It is designed to improve your success partnering with your boss, collaborating with your peers and remote colleagues, and navigating office politics. It’s time to train your brain to think 360 and extend your influence at work in order to lead your team and your projects with increased resources, support, and the buy-in you require.
- Understand the relationship between 360 degree thinking, 360 degree action and 360 degree effectiveness
- Conduct a personal SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) to identify the most strategic targets for change
- Learn to see others at work more fairly and accurately: each a combination of strengths and weaknesses, goals, pressures, and style
- Build your toolbox for managing your boss; learn new strategies for dealing with the demands and frustrations of a micromanaging boss, multiple bosses, or an incompetent boss—technically or interpersonally incompetent
- Explore recent research on the power of warmth as a conduit of influence; learn more about warmth and strength as high impact characteristics and what makes some people more persuasive, compelling, and convincing than others
- Strengthen your influence with your peers; leverage your personal power with peer support, cooperation, and collaboration
- Find your strengths and weaknesses among six leadership styles essential for today’s connected workplace
This course has been designed for mid-level to senior managers and individual contributors eager to increase their overall impact at work.
Mary McKay, ED.D. is a member of the teaching faculty at the Rady School of Management, University of California San Diego where she has built a reputation for high-demand/high-reward student experiences. Her academic interests include leadership, diverse teams, personal ethics, and leader development. In 2016, Mary was honored with a Distinguished Teaching Award by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at UCSD. In 2017, she was featured in the series Behind the Lectern, published by the UCSD Guardian. She was also part of the leadership team who developed UCSD’s new Business Psychology major. On the horizon is her new UCSD Global Seminar offering to be taught in Dublin and London in the summer of 2019. This 5-week course encompasses topics of leadership and diverse teams, focusing on issues relating to the global war for talent.
In addition to her full-time appointment as a Continuing Lecturer for undergraduate programs, Mary is also on faculty at Rady’s Center for Executive Development where her course offerings include: Actionable Leadership, Power and Leadership, Leading Across Generations, and 360 Degree Effectiveness: Impact and Influence at Work. She teaches custom and open enrollment programs throughout the year.
Before joining Rady, Mary split her professional commitments between consulting and teaching. As a principal of McKay & McKay, she enjoyed a diverse client base across multiple sectors, and was recognized for her expertise in change initiatives and infrastructure development. Mary received her doctoral degree in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego, the first program of its kind in the United States. She is an experienced public speaker and group facilitator. Mary resides in San Diego with her family.
*The Rady School of Management Center for Executive Development (CED) may change, postpone or cancel a class at any time. We do not provide refunds for any fees related to travel, including but not limited to gas, bus fare, train tickets, airline tickets, etc. Certificate requirements may also change. We will provide as much notice as possible should this occur.