Module Four: 360-Degree Leaders Practice to Lead Down
Presented by Jamie Champagne
IIBA® has passionate volunteers who continue to be a guiding vision of what it looks like to be a leader. They continue to highlight that leadership is the actual embodiment of qualities and traits and is not necessarily attached to a title or role. While authority is implied through the assignment of management titles, leaders in today’s organizations must learn to not only lead up but also lead down regardless if their position came with the title. As part of our Leadership Series, utilizing John C. Maxwell’s “The 360 Degree Leader”, we will walk through seven key principles that help you in your role of leadership and “leading down” with those around you so that you may not only strive but succeed as a 360 Degree Leader.
About the presenter:
A champion of process improvement and innovation, Jamie Champagne enjoys culture change challenges that utilize her strong background in business analysis, project management, knowledge management and information technology. As a senior IT business analyst with The Queen’s Health System in Hawaii, she greatly enjoys working with business areas to define business needs through interactive and engaging facilitation approaches, identification of business requirements and the translation and scoping of the IT effort into valuable solutions. Her passion for business analysis clearly comes out during her BA courses that she teaches under Mana’olana International, an organization consulting and educating the community and leadership on business analysis best practices. As well as her energy is abundant in the classroom of Hawai’i Pacific University where she teaches information systems. She currently sits as the President of the Hawaii IIBA® Chapter. When not in the office, she can be found on the Hawaiian waters on a surf board.