HRDQ-U Webinar | Legacy Leadership

Legacy Leadership® Virtual Institute (LLVI)

This On-Demand event was originally presented on January 10, 2018 (60 min)


Most people think the term “legacy” is something you leave behind when you’re gone. But what if you were living your legacy now? What if your vision for the future was evident in everything you do every day?

Attendees will be introduced to the basic principles of “The Five Best Practices” of Legacy Leadership®, which are the foundation of the Legacy Leadership Competency Inventory (LLCI) training resource. You will then see how the LLCI can be used to design and implement action plans to measure and grow Legacy Leadership® competencies in personal or organizational environments, thus setting the optimal direction and environments for achieving outstanding business results. You will see how to challenge/evaluate your current leadership skills and your leadership potential to see how continued learning can provide a blueprint and tools to instill it in others.

Attendees will learn

  • The components of legacy leadership and how they can help achieve business results.
  • The LLCI tools that can bring out your best and the best in others.
  • How LLCI can inspire and empower leaders to live with possibility.
  • How LLCI can be a life-changing learning adventure.
  • How other modes of leadership fit well within the model.
  • The basics and principles of “The 5 Best Practices.”
  • How students can design and implement effective action plans.
  • How LLCI can help produce emotionally intelligent servant leaders.


Brenda Chaddock works globally as a facilitator, mentor, teacher, and speaker, bringing to her work years and layers of education and experience in people development and living with vision. With a background in health care, adult education, leadership, and family business transition, Brenda has worked privately, publicly, and with government and corporate clients both nationally and internationally for the past 40 years. Currently, through Limitless Leadership International, Brenda mentors and facilitates leadership development and practice. From a mindset that we have the opportunity to consciously be lifelong students of leadership, the journey is a pathway from study to success to significance. With a profound belief that “together we are stronger,” her focus with her clients is for them to “be all they aspire to be as leaders” so that they can, collaboratively, do all they aspire to do.

Gary Patterson brings extensive organizational development experience after working in various organizations for over 25 years, including the United States Armed Forces, nonprofit organizations, and hospitals. Gary’s approach to leadership is one of “passion and calling.” He has a strong desire to “Help Organizations successfully engage Great Futures with Compassionate Care for its People.” His belief is that ”people matter and are the most important asset to any organization.” He wants to see organizations move from “telling modes of leadership to asking ones” that enable workers at all levels to step into the realm of personal leadership and perform services from a “personal brand” of character.



Training Tools for Developing Great People Skills

This event is sponsored by HRDQ. For 45 years HRDQ has provided research-based, off-the-shelf soft-skills training resources for classroom, virtual, and online training. From assessments and workshops to experiential hands-on games, HRDQ helps organizations improve performance, increase job satisfaction, and more.

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