Regis PMI South May 2022 Roundtable (Virtual) Leading Without Authority
Topic: Leading Without Authority: Using the Power of Purpose to Make Things Happen
PDU Categories/Hours: Leadership / 1.5 Hours
Synopsis of Presentation. How can you move projects forward if you do not have the authority or resources you need? David Bauman will explain how to use sources of power and influence that we often ignore to move projects forward, or at least position them to receive the support they need. Attendees will learn:
- How humans are motivated to act and resist action
- Sources of power that derive from purpose rather than authority. These include the powers of invitation, framing, praxis, and balancing the wheel.
- Which sources of power to use to solve specific problems.
Speaker: David C. Bauman, Ph.D., Department Chair and Associate Professor Management and Leadership Anderson College of Business and Computing Regis University
About the Speaker. David C. Bauman, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Business in the Anderson College of Business and Computing. He teaches Ethical Decision Making in Business and Entrepreneurship. Prior to joining academia, David worked for over ten years in and for several Fortune 250 companies. He has published articles on ethics, leadership, and business in Business Ethics Quarterly, The Journal of Business Ethics, The Leadership Quarterly, and the Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management. His research focuses on integrity, leading without authority, and applying insights from ancient philosophy to modern leadership challenges.
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