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Why Managing Boundaries Helps Us Span Boundaries More Effectively
When we collaborate across boundaries, why do many of these efforts seem to start well, but then fall apart? In today's session we are going to explore how to build an effective foundation to help you and your teams span boundaries more effectively. Boundary Spanning begins with learning how to manage boundaries. We will explore why this strategy provides a foundation for individuals and teams to collaborate more effectively. We will share warning signs to keep an eye out for as well as the signals that indicate you and your teams are one the right track. We will also discuss key mindsets that can help sustain your boundary spanning efforts through difficult times.

This webinar is being presented by Preston Yarborough a Senior Faculty with Center for Creative Leadership. In 2011, Preston joined the Center for Creative Leadership to enhance the depth and breadth of CCL’s college and university leadership solutions. Preston has served a diverse clientele, working with senior leadership teams, university administrators, as well as working with educators, scientists, engineers, and healthcare professionals. His academic work has been published in peer reviewed journals as well as in the Encyclopedia of Human Resources Management.

Oct 28, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Preston Yarborough, Ph.D.
Senior Faculty @Center for Creative Leadership
Following a decade of work in sales and sales management, and his Ph.D. from University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Preston joined CCL in 2011. Though he has developed expertise with collegiate populations, Preston’s work has spanned a diverse clientele, including educators, scientists, engineers, and healthcare professionals. He has developed a broad spectrum of leaders, ranging from early professionals to middle managers, to executives. Created the CCL MBA course Leading Across Boundaries as part of the partnership between NU and CCL.