Many professionals struggle when it’s time to make the toughest psychological and emotional shift in their professional career – the one from a high-potential individual contributor to leader. In this presentation, you will learn practical, actionable research-based tips and advice from Dr. William Gentry, a leadership researcher, trainer, author, and Director of Career and Professional Development at High Point University. No matter if you are new to leadership or aspire to be a leader one day, Dr. Gentry will help you understand the science, practice, and art of leadership.
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William Gentry, Director, Career & Professional Development, High Point University
William A. (Bill) Gentry, Ph.D. is an industrial-organizational psychologist with a specialty of researching and helping new leaders. Currently, he is the Director of Career and Professional Development and the Director of the Siegfried Leadership Fellows Program at High Point University. Bill has amassed more than 70 academic presentations, published more than 40 academic articles, and wrote the best-selling book Be the Boss Everyone Wants to Work For: A Guide for New Leaders (Berrett-Koehler Publishers). Before coming to High Point University, Bill worked for more than a decade at the Center for Creative Leadership.
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