What is Leadership anyway? Why is Leadership important? We may all want to one day lead an organization, a corporate business, a start-up, or a dental practice. What is the probability of success if we just step into these roles without understanding the fundamental principles of becoming an effective leader?
This webinar will highlight the importance of leadership development and accentuate the key qualities of today’s leaders who embrace purpose and service while committing to be compassionate, inspiring, engaging, innovative, inclusive, and authentic achievers.
The webinar participant should come away with an understanding of today’s trends in leadership, the qualities, and principles of effective leadership with a focus on purposeful and servant leaders.
- Gain an understanding of what is leadership in the 21st Century and why it is important to health professionals today.
- Share the 2023 trends in leadership and the key leadership qualities needed to lead whether in private practice, business, academia, or research.
- Define the meaning and benefits of service or purposeful leadership and what it can mean in terms of fulfillment and satisfaction in what you aspire to do.
- Understand how each one of us can grow our personal leadership at any stage of our careers.
About our Presenter:
Dr. Marsha Butler is currently the President of The Butler Initiative, LLC, a Professional Consulting, Executive Coaching and Education service based in Alpharetta, Georgia.
For over 30 years, Dr. Butler served as Vice President, Global Oral Care, Colgate-Palmolive Company, responsible for global strategies, programs and policies that support Colgate’s professional and oral health initiatives around the world. Marsha interfaced with numerous international governments, dental and health organizations, academia, and NGO groups to promote programs aimed at the prevention of oral disease and the improvement of general and oral health.
In 1990, Marsha conceptualized, designed and implemented a comprehensive oral health education program called “Bright Smiles, Bright Futures.” Under Marsha’s leadership, Bright Smiles, Bright Futures was implemented in over 80 countries around the world reaching over 1.3 billion children in 30 languages.
Marsha is a graduate of Howard University College of Dentistry with a B.S. degree in Microbiology and Chemistry. Marsha has competed numerous business and leadership programs from Stanford University Business School, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Centers for Leadership, and several internal corporate leadership programs. Marsha has won numerous awards across a spectrum of public health, corporate leadership, research institutions and media communications.
Marsha is pursuing several areas of keen interest such writing children’s books and mentoring young leaders along the way.