Some people seem to have a natural gift for transforming an organization, creating a high-performance culture and driving change. For most of us, however, leading teams and organizations is an acquired skill.
By the end of this highly interactive, three-day program, conducted by one of the nation’s leading business experts on the subject, you’ll be equipped to become a more effective leader and to achieve your professional and organizational goals.
This three-day program helps you achieve your potential as a leader.
(NOTE: This program has limited seats so please register early. If the program session becomes full, you will be notified if you must be placed on the waitlist.)
What You Will Learn:
You’ll learn ideas and techniques you can apply right away, including:
- How to become a stronger leader who can build a shared vision, improve teamwork and increase productivity
- Ways to motivate people using key leverage points based on character and ability
- Developing a personal action plan to create greater impact in your organization
- Skills for leading change more effectively
Who Should Attend:
- C-Suite executives
- Board directors
- Mid-level managers
- Rising supervisors
Length of Program
Continuing Education Units
Cost includes tuition, instructional materials, continental breakfast and lunch (all days).
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Nashville, TN
What Participants Say
This program was not your 'same old' leadership development program. It is not a 'canned' program. It will help your professional growth.
The course topics were very relevant to challenges I face daily. The suggestions & techniques can be readily applied. Dick's facilitation and past experience added great value.
It's a great course for someone looking to improve their overall management level, and to get a better understanding of techniques that will enable better interaction with other management and direct reports.
I will go back and implement a vision for my area! Mental models (clarity, helps focus) listening like a professional—I will start listening to my people like they were my customers.