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From Manager to Leader: Small Actions for Big Change

12:00 pm–1:00 pm ET

Description

Learn more from Julie Bee on how managers become better leaders. The skills required to be a manager don’t always encompass all skills required to be a leader. Most of us are expected to both manage and lead, but we are rarely taught how to transition from one role to the other. This discussion will help you become a better leader by sharing several strategies and actions you can implement right away.

The Zoom access link will be provided in the confirmation email. This event is planned and hosted by NCACPA’s Charlotte Women’s Initiative Networking Group*This is a non-CPE event

To register: Please sign up online or contact Experience Support at [email protected] or 800-469-1352 with event code SN002021.

Questions? Please contact NCACPA Engagement Manager, Holly Bazemore, at [email protected] or 919-469-1040.

About the speaker: Julie Bee

Julie Bee started her professional career as a public accountant for PriceWaterhouseCoopers. After earning her master’s degree and CPA license, she transitioned to financial and administrative leadership roles in the private sector. In 2008, Julie founded a small business and still leads the organization today, practicing her leadership principles centered on compassionate and empathetic leadership. She started the Lead from Anywhere podcast in 2020, which helps leaders learn the skills needed to be effective in their roles.

Julie Bee is a graduate of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program and has been a finalist for several prestigious business awards. Julie is also the chairperson of the Matthews Alive Festival, leading a team of 14 volunteer board members, and hundreds of other volunteers. In addition to her leadership roles, Julie regularly advocates to State and National legislature on behalf of small businesses. She also works with community colleges in the Charlotte-area to support and mentor locally owned, minority business owners. Julie’s leadership principles and approach have been featured on The Helm, Authority Magazine, Thrive Global and many more.

Objective

*Learn the four strategic transitions managers must make to become effective leaders *Learn tactics for each strategic transition that can be implemented quickly *Understand the differences between managing and leading, and how to navigate both roles *Learn how to earn the trust of the people you lead

Who Should Attend

NC Professionals

Required Knowledge

None


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Event Vendor:NCACPA

Event Type:Networking
NASBA Instructional Method:N/A
Event Code:SN002021

Registration Fees

RegistrationEarly BirdRegular
NCACPA MemberN/A$0.00
Non-MemberN/A$5.00
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