Good Leadership is a Team Sport

  • January 18, 2023
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Park Hills Country Club, 219 Highland Terrace, Altoona, PA 16602
  • 470


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The deadline to register is January 13, 2023 at noon.

Registration and Presentation Timeline:  

·         Meeting Registration: 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM

·         Breakfast served during registration

·         Presentation begins at 8:00 AM

·         Presentation ends at 9:30 AM

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Topic: Good Leadership is a Team Sport


Most organizations view leadership as an individualistic endeavor—based on the charisma, effort, and energy of the individual. This leads to superhero-style leadership which separates the leader from their team and takes away space for others to grow. When good leaders work together, with good intentions, great things are possible. Working together is the only way to grow your businesses, improve your community, and create a brighter future for all. Research proves good leaders create great results with teams by building these two conditions in how they work:

  • Team members care about one another both personally and professionally
  • Team members consistently build plans and solve difficult problems together

In this session, we will review the Good Leadership Team Momentum Model© and discuss strategies for how good leadership teams generate positive energy and results. Anyone can work longer and harder. The best teams embrace success habits which improve team performance without superhero energy.

Presenter: Kevin J. Sensenig, Ph.D., RODP

Presenter Bio: 

Kevin J. Sensenig, Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience in management, leadership, education and training for businesses. His background includes both middle and senior level leadership roles along with training, coaching, group facilitation and speaking experience with groups of all sizes. His strength lies in listening, synthesizing information and coaching individuals to use the best from within themselves to deliver outstanding results through their team. He is certified in Hogan Assessments, the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument, John Maxwell training, coaching and speaking and Good Leadership coaching.

Kevin is the President of Good Leadership, a Minneapolis based leadership coaching firm

focused on supporting visionary CEO’s, senior leaders, and HR professionals to lead with Goodness. The firm works with organizations to transform their leadership when they have a strong mandate for growth, are navigating a leadership transition or are experiencing an ownership transfer.

Prior to this role, Kevin was the Founder and President of Interaction Dynamics Group, a Pennsylvania based leadership consultancy. He also served as Vice President of Learning and Development with Herrmann International where he was responsible for protecting, developing and extending the Herrmann International product lines related to the HBDI® and Whole Brain® Thinking. He previously served as Global Vice-President of Learning and Organization Development with Dale Carnegie and Associates, Inc. where he led, coached and trained individuals throughout the Dale Carnegie® global network of 3,000 franchise owners, sales professionals and trainer by developing and implementing enhanced product offerings. Prior to joining the Corporate Dale Carnegie® organization, Kevin served as the CEO & Managing Director for JR Rodgers & Associates, Inc., Dale Carnegie Systems®. Before joining the Dale Carnegie® network, Kevin served as the Chief Business Officer—Operations at NPC, Inc. in Claysburg, Pennsylvania. In his role, Kevin was responsible for operations in Organization Development, Strategic Business Development, Manufacturing Engineering, Manufacturing Production and Distribution. He also served as Director of Product Readiness and Delivery at Delta Health Systems, An SMS Company in Altoona, Pennsylvania where he was responsible for directing all efforts related to moving software products from the development phase to the support phase in the organization and he also directed the organization’s management development efforts and provided consultative leadership for the organization’s strategic business planning efforts. Prior to joining Delta, Kevin worked at The Pennsylvania State University with responsibility in several capacities related to Executive Education and Professional Development.

Kevin earned an Associate of Specialized Business Degree (ASB) in Marketing Management from Central Pennsylvania College, a Bachelor of Science Degree (BS) in Marketing Education from Temple University, a Master of Education Degree (M.Ed.) in Business Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D.) in Workforce Education and Development with emphasis in Organization Development from Pennsylvania State University.

Kevin is a member of the Organization Development Institute (ODI) where he is a Registered Organization Development Professional (RODP), the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Epsilon Delta Epsilon, Delta Pi Epsilon, and Phi Kappa Phi. He co-edited The Sourcebook for Self-Directed Learning with Dr. William J. Rothwell that was published by HRD Press. He served as Chair of the Southern Allegheny Workforce Investment Board. Kevin also served on the Boards of Directors for Penn-Mont Academy and the PAIN Foundation of Western Pennsylvania. He also served as the President of the Hollidaysburg Youth Football Association (for players in the 4th through 6th grade) and the Golden Tiger Football Association (for players in 7th through 12th grade).

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