Leadership Development Program Training

Leadership Development Program Training

An Executive Leadership Development Program

16 weeks, 2 hours weekly

Leadership development program training for career professionals is available through our Executive Leadership Development Program.leadership development program training

  • Do you want to increase your level of performance and connection to your organization and benefit from learning advanced coaching techniques to better manage communications and relationships within your business?
  • Do you want to learn from practical experience gained from over 40+ year’s expertise in the leadership and management of organizations?
  • This program provides career professionals the ability to identify and maximize their natural talents and strengths in a way that is consistent with whom you are and who you need to become as you learn practical and effective leadership and management skills and techniques that you can apply immediately in your business.
  • During this program Warren will work with you to identify your preferred behaviors, values, and decision-making talents to help you to improve your leadership and management performance.
  • The program is structured to be delivered over 16 weeks in a group or 1:1 setting.  Each weekly session lasts 2 hours.

What is covered in the Executive Leadership Coaching Development Program?

The central assumption in our program is that managers of many businesses are expert in the variety of roles they occupy but may not have had the opportunity to receive formal leadership and management training.  As such, our program emphasizes a practical and proven management and leadership development approach. Our standard curriculum discusses –

  1. The manager’s role in a business,
  2. Developing and leading a work team,
  3. Developing planning and organizing management skills,
  4. Managing people issues related to selection, orientation, and training,
  5. Effective communication, counseling, and effective coaching skills and techniques,
  6. Creating and maintaining a climate for motivation,
  7. Developing an effective process to manage change,
  8. Developing and maintaining a productive work environment,
  9. Developing effective position descriptions – a turn-right analysis,
  10. Developing an effective performance appraisal process and system,
  11. Continuous quality improvement and business process improvement, and
  12. Developing the basics for effective project management.

This standard approach can be augmented by other related training based on a client-specific need.

As an example, in prior programs we have presented business planning and budgeting. Each session provides program participants the opportunity to review written material as well as present results on weekly assignments.

As an accountability-based training program the focus is upon learning, applying, and continuously practicing the tools you will learn in class. It may have taken you a while to acquire your existing management and leadership habits, so it is understandable that you will not change your old habits for the new habits you will acquire overnight.