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Leader Development

What makes a leader? Is it A title? An ivy league school?

Not Everything Shows Up on A Resume

Leadership must be a question of character.

Companies are always looking for rising stars. For many, the criteria are familiarity  – people who went to similar schools, come from the same background. There’s a comfort level, but at what cost?

Does that sameness shortchange innovation? Can unique solutions come from a group formed of like-minded thinkers?  Of course.

It’s also likely to miss opportunities that aren’t relevant to the group experience.  Leaders for the future will face new business environments, new technology, different rules, competitors, and threats.

Character guides decisions. Decisions direct actions.

Pricing

Client Service:  8-10 seats: $1200

Self-paced Class: $199

STEM Pilot: pricing based on customization. Please contact us.

FORMAT: In-person 2-day workshop w/ the option to add remote participants

GOAL: Help clients identify and develop potential leaders from outside the mainstream.

Facilitated discussion on what constitutes leadership. We look at the qualities future leaders will need to embody:

Integrity, Confidence, Humility, Respect, Delegation, Agility, Creativity, and Empathy

We study decision-making and critical thinking using an online game to demonstrate the impact of decisions. Participants learn about the pros and cons of leadership styles.

FORMAT: Webinar with a workbook for exercises. Limited email support for content questions.

Webinar includes voice-over and a community forum on WhatsApp.

Course content adapted for a single user supported by an online workbook.  The workbook provides feedback on your answers. Provides correct information in response, as well as a link in the webinar.

 

 

FORMAT: In-person and/or remote leadership program for schools and NGOs.

GOAL: Help teens Own Their Life by applying leadership qualities in their day-to-day activities and decisions.

The format of this workshop will be customized based on the sponsor’s objectives.

We assume it is a 6-week course, meeting twice a week in small groups – no more than 6 at one time.

This program provides alternatives for existing life skills, offering evidence-based examples. Teens will have more than one option for handling anxiety, depression, and anger. 

Role-playing lets participants practice respect, humility, empathy, and agility. They learn de-escalation techniques and build self-confidence by avoiding drama and chaos.

What makes a leader? Is it A title? An ivy league school?

Not Everything Shows Up on A Resume

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team

building

teamwork blends incentive & reward.

It’s a given that all work is teamwork.  Working in teams requires coordination and clear direction. When a team is struggling, the leader is ultimately responsible.

The first thing a team needs is purpose.  A shared reason for being. Purpose is not the same as an objective, quota, or goal.

Purpose is how members of the team buy into the task at hand.  When team members share a common purpose, getting the job done is a personal win.

Pricing

Client Service:  10-12 seats: $1400

Self-paced Class: $245

Train the Trainer: $399

What makes a team work? Balance between strengths and weaknesses.

Communication, Trust & collaboration

FORMAT: In-person workshop

MODULES: Separate leadership and team member modules. Problem-solving exercise includes both.

LEADERS: Building trust and purpose. Self-reflection. Personality types and performance expectations for each.

Leadership style – what works and what doesn’t. Personal style assessment. Discussion about current team – capabilities and concerns. Incentives and rewards, support and training.

TEAM MEMBERS: Anonymous feedback survey about the current work environment. Facilitated discussion on survey results. What works, and what needs to improve?

Discussion of team objectives – do they create purpose? Overview of the skills for successful teams.  Facilitated discussion of what supports they might need – strengths and weaknesses.

EXERCISE: Final module. Problem-solving exercise for team members to complete. Team leader to provide purpose statement and observe response, with an eye to needed skill enhancements and training.

FORMAT: Webinar with a workbook for exercises. Limited email support for content questions.

The webinar includes voice-over and a community forum on WhatsApp.

Course content adapted for a single user supported by an online workbook.  The workbook provides feedback on participants’ answers. Provides correct information in response, as well as a link to the webinar.

FORMAT: Remote session with live facilitation on how to conduct a team-building workshop.

Train the Trainer workbook is provided and access to the webinar is available for 30 days. 

The session requires 5 participants.

 

 

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