Leading for Engagement: Principles of Transformational Leadership

Apr 17, 2018
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM 
Terry Executive Education Center
3475 Lenox Road, Atlanta, GA 30326



Building the engagement levels of your employees takes more than just the right incentives. The most effective leaders leverage specific intrinsic drivers of engagement to nurture a more durable form of motivation. This class links specific leadership behaviors from research on transformational leadership to illustrate how leaders can increase effort and commitment.

Who Will Benefit

Anyone who is currently in a formal or informal leadership role will benefit. As will employees who are looking ahead to a future leadership role, or simply want to understand their engagement levels better.

Career Impact

  • Gain specific and actionable tools for being a more effective leader.
  • Understand the drivers of employee engagement.
  • Learn the value-added of intrinsic motivators over extrinsic incentives.
Includes all program materials, snacks, meals, and parking. 

​Certificate in Business Leadership 

Earn a University of Georgia Certificate in Business Leadership by completing this course and four other Leadership courses.  Learn more by clicking here - http://executive.terry.uga.edu/businessleadership

Jason Colquitt, PhD

Dr. Jason Colquitt is a Professor of Management in the Terry College of Business at The University of Georgia where he holds the William Harry Willson Distinguished Chair of Business. Dr. Colquitt served a prominent professional appointment as the editor in chief of the Academy of Management Journal from 2011 to 2013.

His research interests include fairness, trust, and team effectiveness within organizations and personality influences on performance. He has published more than 30 articles in top journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and the Journal of Applied Psychology.

Dr. Colquitt has served on six editorial boards and has been an ad hoc reviewer for 18 different research journals related to the field of organizational behavior. He received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University and his PhD from Michigan State University.

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