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Building Healthy Workplace Relationships with David Tebra April 28

By Annie Lara

Join David Yebra, an inspiring leader with over 20 years of leadership in the U.S. Army April 28 from 10-11 a.m. as he discusses strategies to help you have better communication, develop new ideas, build supportive relationships and increase performance.

The webinar will cover will cover the following concepts:

  • Insightful discussion about the leader’s role in influencing organizational culture as well as concrete ways leaders can directly impact the culture
  • How powerful questions can lead to better communication, the development of new ideas, the building of supportive relationships and increased performance
  • Assessing personal risk and the leader’s ability to express vulnerability for a healthier workplace

This interactive and engaging webinar shares how important a leader’s role is in influencing organizational culture.

Register HERE!

About the speaker

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Yebra is the Director of the Training and Leader Development Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Prior to TDCJ, he was the Director of Emergency Management at Sam Houston State University. He is a graduate of West Point with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Management. He also has a Master of Science Degree in Counseling and Leader Development from Long Island University. David served the Nation as an Officer in the U.S. Army for 24 years, including three years deployed to combat in Iraq. He is a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

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