The District 18 Toastmasters is partnering up with leadership coach Clyde Middleton to host a free Empowerment Leadership Series at the Catonsville United Methodist Church.
The Empowered Leadership series is a dynamic lineup of workshops designed to unlock leadership potential. The in-person workshop will delve into personality styles and communication, according to a news release.
District 18 Toastmasters, an organization that has been developing confident leaders and speakers in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and Clyde Middleton, a Maxwell Leadership certified speaker, collaborated on the series to provide effective communication and leadership skills to the public.
“These foundational skills can drastically improve an individual’s personal and professional life,” said Middleton in the news release. “We’re thrilled to commence this transformative series, starting with such a foundational topic. We believe every individual has untapped leadership potential, and our mission is to provide the tools and insights to unlock it.”
The Empowered Leadership series consists of five sessions focusing on different aspects of leadership and communication. Participants can expect to:
- Discover the significance of personality styles and their influence on communication.
- Learn hands-on techniques to improve active listening and response skills.
- Gain strategies for articulating messages with clarity and confidence.
- Acquire best practices for nurturing a strong team culture through effective communication.
The first session, “Connecting with Impact: Understanding Personality Styles and Communication” is Saturday, Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Catonsville United Methodist Church, 6 Melvin Ave. To register: empoweredleadership.clydemiddleton.com.