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COMTO Webinar: Leading Effectively Through Crisis
June 25 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Why is it that some leaders not only effectively resolve disasters they transcend the crisis and create new cultures and paradigms in the organizations? Leading Effectively Through Crisis is a web-based discussion of the attributes effective leaders possess and the actions they take to guide people through crisis. Using the emotional intelligence model created by Daniel Goleman and the works of Doris Kearns Goodwin in her recent book entitled, Leadership in Turbulent Times, the facilitator will review the qualities and actions of effective leaders and show that embedded in most crises are opportunities to transcend “business as usual.”
Rondalyn S. Kane, Founder & President, RS Kane & Associates
Rondalyn Kane is founder and president of RS Kane & Associates, a leadership development firm that specializes in executive training, leadership coaching and organizational development. The firm’s mission is to help leader’s find their vision and voice and create organizations that are transformative.
Before founding her firm, Ms. Kane was Deputy Director of the Foreign Service Institute’s (FSI) Transition Center which is responsible for preparing diplomats and their families for the changes and transitions they encounter while living overseas and returning back to the United States. Prior to joining the Transition Center, Rondalyn served on the faculty of the Leadership and Management School at FSI and was responsible for managing and delivering executive development courses for the Department of State’s senior leaders, US military officials and other federal employees. She also provided organizational development, management consulting, and executive coaching services to teams and leaders throughout the State Department.
Prior to entering the fields of executive and organizational development, Ms. Kane enjoyed a career in national politics. She is a former political appointee who worked on the House Rules Committee in the US House of Representatives, served as the executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and worked in the Clinton Administration. Her last position in the Clinton Administration was as Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Women’s Bureau at the Department of Labor. Since leaving politics in 2001, Ms. Kane has devoted her career to training and coaching senior executives from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.