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From "Me" to "We" - Discussions on Values, Trust & Teamwork (Session 2)

Virtual

When?  June 11th, 18th, and 25th. 2 PM - 3 PM ET
Available to All Cooperative Extension Professionals

Recording Available Here

“We are professionals at what we do, amateurs at who we want to become.” -Marshall Goldsmith

Join Karl Bradley, eXtension Foundation Leadership Development Fellow, as we discuss leaning into the best version of yourself, how we build trust & the effects they have on a team! This 3-part series will be offered in 1-hour sessions in consecutive weeks beginning on June 11 at 2 PM Eastern.



Master Sergeant Karl Bradley, United States Air Force, is serving as eXtension’s Leadership Development Fellow.  Karl joins eXtension through the 
Skillbridge program offered by the Department of Defense for active duty service members that are separating or retiring from the military. This program provides an opportunity for service members to intern with organizations in the civilian workforce to gain new skills, training, and assist with their transition. 

Karl Bradley

With over 20 years’ experience creating strong, values-aligned partnerships internationally while serving in the U.S. Air Force, Karl’s energetic transformational leadership style is infectious.  The ability to help inspire others find their “why” while connecting passion to profession underlines his favorite role…coach. He has a lifelong enthusiasm for agricultural leadership growth to help take organizations past what the science of management says is possible.

Originally from Branson, Missouri, he holds degrees in education from Arizona State University & The University of Northern Colorado.  He has led teams ranging from 5 to 250 & held leadership positions in public relations, event planning, fundraising, finance, human resources, corporate training & procurement.  As a collaborative consultant, he secured partnerships across 49 states & 13 countries garnering millions in sponsorships.

His areas of expertise include strategic thinking, leadership development & training, public speaking, team building, community engagement & ideation.

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