Descend to Soar:
Why Humility is Important to Your Career Success
Sunday (Sunny) Faronbi, PMP
Rehoboth Consulting, Inc.
Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Time: 6:00 PM EDT (GMT - 4 hours)
Mode: Online (The Zoom link will be sent after registration.)
As powerful as humility is, a common misconception is that it's a sign of weakness. Some think that people who are humble behave as if they are inferior to others. As a result, humility is not regarded as a critical skill. But the fact is that there is an incredible amount of courage and strength involved in the practice of humility, especially for those in leadership.
As a leader in the project management space, it is critical for you to understand that humility is the foundation of great leaders and the basis for world-class customer service. This webinar will highlight how humility can take your career, teams, and organization to heights you may not have imagined.
At the end of the webinar, the participant will be able to:
|Event End Date||06-28-2022|
|Individual Price||$10 || Free for members|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1|
With a career spanning more than three decades across four continents, Sunday Faronbi (Sunny) is using the skills he developed while leading teams to enable and motivate others to become a much better version of themselves.
As a conference speaker and coach to project managers, STEM professionals, and executives, Sunny empowers organizations by coaching teams and leaders to develop the skills necessary for leadership positions. He speaks frequently about how you can use your emotions to work for you instead of allowing them to work against you. Sunny is a certified Emotional Intelligence coach and is a member of the John Maxwell Team of coaches and speakers. He is the author of the book “Nothing Higher – Why You Need to Descend in Order to Soar”, and he’s currently an instructor with Project Management Institute’s PMI Training (formerly known as SeminarsWorld®).
Sunny is known as an engaging speaker and has received excellent reviews from his audiences.