The mission of the Applied Leadership Institute is to assist leaders in making transformational changes that will significantly improve the their own performance as well as the performance of their organizations.
Three Primary Objectives:
The Applied Leadership Institute is comprised of three one-day sessions aimed at helping participants become transformational leaders who can create significant improvements in their organization's operational performance.
The strategic intent is to provide supervisors and managers with specific leadership, team development, and change management skills that will result in improved individual, team, and process performance.
Three one-day sessions will be offered to allow time in between for participants to process information and apply it in a practical way to their workplace.
The institute has been designed to meet the unique leadership challenges and change management needs of today's managers and supervisors who are being pressured to reduce their operating budgets, do more with less, maintain a high level of performance, and effectively deal with the tremendous issues of globalization, outsourcing, and a slow economy.
The overarching objective of the institute is to help managers successfully transition their operations to a new dimension of success and achievement by strengthening their leadership competencies, behaviors, style, and management approach.
You will gain specific leadership, team development, and change management skills that will result in improved individual, team, and process performance. Practical, state-of-the-art business and leadership concepts, theories, and approaches will be covered. You will review the characteristics and behaviors of highly effective change-oriented teams and develop a blueprint for improving your own leadership style as well as transforming your organization and its processes.
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