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"No Leadership Required" with Larry Stybel (Career Series #107)
Leaders are often in situations where they must say “no” to team members. Failing to say "no", and you are not doing your job. Say "no" the wrong way and you risk demoralizing team members.

No Leadership Required

Join Dr. Larry Stybel, co-founder of Stybel Peabody Associates, Inc., who will teach you two techniques so you can successfully say "no"

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the three core attributes of an “effective” “No.”  
  • How to take the “you” out of “No.”  
  • How to avoid spontaneity when saying, “No.”  
  • How to change your thinking from binary to ordinal when giving negative feedback.  
  • How to avoid “No” from contaminating your team.
Wednesday, February 28, 2024
6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m. ET
Via Zoom

Laurence J. Stybel, Ed.D.
With over 40 years of experience as a CEO of Stybel Peabody Associates and co-founder of two companies, Dr. Larry Stybel is a trusted partner for clients who seek success in leadership succession, corporate governance, and organizational growth.
He holds an Ed.D in Organizational Behavior from Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Career Management Fellow certification from the Institute for Career Certification International, and is a licensed doctoral-level psychologist.
Dr. Stybel's work is at the intersection of executive search, coaching, and outplacement, serving some of the world's top-tier private equity firms, law firms, life science companies, healthcare systems, and higher education institutions. Clients include MIT and MIT Sloan School of Management.
He is also an Executive-in-Residence at Lexington Search Fund Capital, a private equity firm that provides superior returns for less risk. Since 2011, PSYCHOLOGY TODAY has published Stybel Peabody's monthly perspectives on leadership and career management.  
His articles on "How to Manage Your Enemies" have appeared in MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW. He is a recipient of the Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award for his "enduring contributions to leadership," and a co-founder of

Event Information
Wednesday, Feb 28 2024 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
Via Zoom

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