Leadership: Beyond Management
The cohort-based program is specifically tailored to managers looking to improve their leadership capability for maximum career and organizational success. The six-course series provides proven skills immediately applicable on the job, using both academic theory and skill-based training. Series facilitator Dr. Randy Richards delivers years of experience teaching, coaching and consulting on leadership practices.
This course is held virtually from 8 a.m. to noon. Additional course assignments and team projects will be assigned for completion between the training modules. Participants must have video capability. A Leadership Practices Inventory 360 assessment is included in the course materials.
Register for class #13278
Cost: $1,995 per person, price includes all class materials and a 360 leadership behavior assessment.
Limited to 15 participants
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2020 Schedule and Highlights
- October 7: The emergence of a new leadership mindset
- What is broken in our practice of managing today?
- What are the emerging themes in the future of management?
- October 21: Leading Change - meeting the challenges of the emerging future
- What are the global forces that are challenging our organization’s success?
- The critical difference between technical and adaptive challenges.
- The most effective conflict method for leading adaptive changes.
- October 4: Strengthening organizational adaptive capacity
- Different organizations need to address adaptive changes differently.
- Analyzing organizational requirements for change, applying these insights to your
- November 18: The future of managing and leading
- A wide variety of organizations have done away with management hierarchy and are moving to self-management.
- What your organization might do to move closer to self-management.
- December 2: Dialogue and personal transformation
- Why dialogue is critical to meeting the adaptive challenges facing your organization.
- What kind of inner work you as a leader must undertake to be able to tap into the
power of dialogue.
- December 16: My journey - first steps
- Using the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) 360 degree anonymous collegial feedback, learn how your management and leadership behaviors are perceived.
- Using the LPI (above) to develop a self-improvement plan relevant for your leadership journey.
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