“Interpersonal Leadership in Business, Non-Profits & Community Organizations” is the topic of a free interactive workshop being presented from 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, March 7 by Edmonds resident and business owner Alicia Crank of Crank’d Up Consulting.
The workshop is being sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce. It will be in the Brackett Room, Edmonds City Hall 3rd floor, 121 5th Ave. N.
The two-hour workshop is designed to help attendees identify their leadership style and how to use it more effectively in their networks and organizations. The event applies to all — from an entry-level position to directors and executives — as leadership exists on every level of an organization, Crank noted.
Register online here.
An Edmonds resident since 2014, Crank has a career background in the corporate wealth management, education and non-profit sectors. For six years, she ran Leadership Mountain View in California, with a focus on community and interpersonal leadership.
Crank currently sits on the boards of the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce and Edmonds Senior Center, and also is a member of the City of Edmonds Planning Board. In addition to her consulting work, she serves as Philanthropy Officer for City Year Seattle/King County.