Emily Bowers, senior director of education and operations, BEMA, leads a discussion at the organization's conference.
OVERLAND PARK, KAS. — Twenty attendees engaged in an informational and interactive BEMA-U Demonstration Workshop as part of BEMA’s 2018 Summit on Feb. 24 in Chicago. Designed to ignite leadership skills in the attendees, the session provided a preview of BEMA-U training in transformational leadership and sales and team effectiveness.
Emily Bowers, senior director of education and operations at BEMA, discussed a variety of BEMA-U principles with the group. She covered topics such as generational differences in the workplace, the value of investing in your team and the eight dimensions of leadership. Ms. Bowers also addressed BEMA’s approach to leadership training in a section called “Why Transformational Leadership?”
“Transformational leadership means building depth in leadership and breadth in the industry,” Ms. Bowers said. “It connects leaders to one another in a learning cohort system and allows for practical application between program workshops.”
BEMA-U’s full Transformational Leadership Program is offered in three sections beginning April 3 in Kansas City, MO. For more information, visitBEMA’s website.