The LEAD Program (in person!!) - August 23-25
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About the Event
LEAD is an application and output driven learning process. At LEAD, you develop a vision and road-map for your personal and work unit’s effectiveness. You will leave LEAD with deeper insight into yourself as a leader, what others need from you and how you can best prepare yourself and your work-unit for the future. Insights and explicit plans for improvement emerge from these three focus areas: Work Unit Culture Change & Performance Improvement, Transformational Leadership & Transactional Management, and Enhancing Personal Style.
LEAD is tailored to the needs and demands placed on upper level and senior level leaders. This program is designed for managers who are serious about personal improvement, committed to adding value to their organizations and enhancing their careers.
Work Unit Culture Change & Performance Improvement
‣Assess your work unit’s current culture in regard to emphasis on teamwork, structure, innovation and results.
‣Analyze what is working and not working in your current culture. ‣Create a vision and detailed road-map for your work unit’s desired future culture for
improving performance and making it a better place in which to work. ‣Create detailed improvement plans to move from the current to the desired culture.
Transformational Leadership & Transactional Management
‣Use 360° leadership assessment feedback data to zero in on how to increase your effectiveness and impact as a leader of people and a manager of systems.
‣Create change plans to improve your transformational leadership effectiveness as a facilitator, mentor, innovator and broker.
‣Create change plans to improve your transactional management effectiveness as a producer, director, monitor and coordinator.
‣Integrate your 360° leadership and management change plans with your desired culture improvement plans.
Enhancing Personal Style
‣Do an in-depth analysis of your personal style strengths and how over using your strength can be a negative.
‣Define the personal style approaches you under utilize and should use more often.‣Learn in what ways you need to flex your style to work better with your boss, direct
reports and colleagues. ‣Integrate your personal style improvement plans with your desired culture