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Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Achieving Your Leadership Potential     (details...)

According to surveys of CEOs and HR managers, effective leadership is a competitive advantage for their organizations. Unfortunately, these same surveys show that people at all organizational levels lack confidence in their leaders and in the ability of their organizations to develop good leaders.

Essentials Of Leadership     (details...)

This course is required for most Interaction Management courses.

The essence of being an effective people leader lies in establishing good interpersonal work relationships and having the ability to spark action in others.

Leading High-Performance Teams     (details...)

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more. Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business RESULT , but high-performing teams will. The secret to helping teams perform at their best? The leader. Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

Casting a Vision     (details...)

Participants are introduced to methods for making organizational and work unit vision statements come alive for employees on a day-to-day basis. Through practicing the use of metaphors, stories and anecdotes, participants bring their own vision statements alive to increase motivation and loyalty on-the-job.

Adaptive Leadership     (details...)

Leaders can't take a cookie-cutter approach to managing people. A leadership style that motivates and inspires one individual may plunge another into poor performance. Adaptive Leadership raises leaders' awareness of the differences among people and situations. It teaches leaders how to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions by adapting their approach to people based on what they want to discuss and how they think people will respond. By better meeting the needs of each individual, leaders create higher levels of engagement and organizational RESULTS .

Building An Environment Of Trust     (details...)

Trust is a key ingredient of employee engagement and loyalty, yet it's easy for leaders to inadvertently fall into trust traps.

Because of the crucial link between trust and business success, leaders must realize the power of trust as a business tool. In this course, leaders learn how to avoid the trust breakers and take action to create an environment in which people take risks, identify and solve problems, and work together to create and sustain high levels of trust.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, self-assessment tools and simulations.

Leadership Through Influence: Getting Commitment     (details...)

Success often depends upon your ability to effectively influence others at all levels of your organization. With shifting priorities and greater demands on people's time, others need to know what benefits they may derive in order for them to support your ideas and suggestions in meetings, In coaching or delegation sessions, or while informally talking one-on-one with colleagues and customers. This workshop provides a formula for strategically creating the buy-in and credibility necessary to get others to take you and your message seriously.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Supporting Leadership Development     (details...)

You've mapped out the best leadership development curriculum possible. The training is well received, and behavior is starting to change. Then comes the kiss of death. Little or no management support leaves newly trained leaders spinning their wheels on the leadership development cycle.

Performance Management: Leading for Results     (details...)

Performance management is a joint process that involves both the supervisor and the employee, to help identify common goals that correlate to higher organizational goals. This process results in the establishment of written performance expectations later used as measures for feedback and performance evaluation.

Transformational Leadership     (details...)

Transformational leaders literally raise up a team's efforts to extraordinary performance levels by encouraging them to behave in ways beyond self-interest. Learn how you can use five practices to transform followers into high performers through the use of video analysis, selfassessment tools, and simulations.

Delegating For Results     (details...)

While most leaders understand the need to delegate, they are often hesitant to invest the time and effort up front. They need to be catalysts who transfer responsibility and authority to achieve key RESULTS and enhance the capabilities of their teams.

Leading Virtually     (details...)

To effectively compete in a global economy, your organization must be able to conduct business from anywhere at any time using the most qualified people, regardless of where they live. Leading a team is challenging enough, but when people work remotely, perhaps across time zones and cultures, those challenges can be magnified.

Influential Leadership     (details...)

In today's flatter, ever-evolving organization, leaders need to get things done through people who work outside their line of reporting—and in some cases who even “outrank" them. Welcome to the new age of influence, where effective leaders don't, or can't, throw their weight around to make things happen . . . even with their direct reports.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading and Managing     (details...)

For decades, some of the finest leadership thinkers have recognized that emotions play a vital role in organizational life. Henry Mintzberg, in a 1976 Harvard Business Review article, suggested that it is in the realm of intuition, rather than analysis, we should look for the "lost keys to management." More recently, theorists like Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and others speak out about the importance of the inner life.

This seminar explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a personal dimension of development and its application to leading and managing in today's workforce. Using a small group discussion format, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on issues with depth and to explore their personal meaning for everyday life.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participant leadership effectiveness.

Creative Leadership Development     (details...)

This laboratory-style seminar employs instrumented feedback to determine preferences in behavior and leadership styles. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the principles of situational leadership. Interactive exercises will provide participants with opportunities to practice using styles not normally employed. Immediate feedback will be used to critique participants leadership effectiveness.

Boosting Business Results     (details...)

Leadership skills have a direct impact on successful business performance in measurable ways. Achieving business RESULTS means that leaders must understand and appropriately apply a range of leadership skills.