LEADERSHIP PRESENCE WORKSHOPS
FOR PROFESSIONALS, LEADERS AND EXECUTIVES
Discover your full potential with tools for continuous advancement
Leadership Presence 2-Day Workshop
What are the characteristics of a leader?
“Ultimately, leadership is not about glorious crowning acts…”
Yet, in today’s competitive business world, ambitious professionals are compelled to exceed expectations.
What are examples of leadership skills?
“… It’s about keeping your team focused on a goal and motivated to do their best to achieve it, especially when the stakes are high and the consequences really matter…”
Corporate Class shows you how to develop leadership skills to actively address challenges – and deliver results.
What is leadership presence? Leadership presence definition:
“…It is about laying the groundwork for others’ success, and then standing back and letting them shine.”
Chris Hadfield, retired astronaut, has walked in space, flown two space shuttle missions and served as commander of the International Space Station.
Discover the difference between what makes a good leader and what makes a great leader!
Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence.
Developing your leadership presence
High potential professionals, like elite athletes, must be developed, encouraged and coached to perform at peak levels and achieve their goals.
The difference between good leadership skills and great leadership skills
We think of aspiring executives as corporate-athletes – with the potential to develop into genuine leaders – the women and men we call Corporate Olympians.
Leadership Presence 2-Day Workshop – interactive, group sessions:
- Over 45-years of Harvard-based leadership-performance research
- Content developed by West Point Military Academy
- Personalized Power Coaching
Small class size – Only 12 participants
Our facilitators are seasoned leaders, trained to focus training and coaching on participants to assess their own areas of expertise and skill-sets – and where there’s opportunity for growth.
Are you missing out on opportunities to succeed?
- Under-confident about managing direct reports
- Newly promoted and now managing former peers
- “Bossy,” under pressure
- Over-worked because you under-delegate
- Unsure how to develop your own potential as a leader
The Five Core Concepts of our Leadership Presence training and developing leadership skills:
1. Emotional Intelligence
- Do you recognize your own feelings and emotions?
- Do you recognize the feelings and emotions of coworkers, colleagues, direct reports and senior leaders?
- Do you manage your emotions, based on what’s going on around you and other’ people’s reactions?
- The foundation for making better, more strategic business decisions – scientifically proven to make the difference between average performers and exceptional performers.
2. Motives and ValueThe fundamentals of how and when people do, what they do:
- Discover what drives you and how to measure what drives those around you.
- Learn to access undiscovered and under-utilized potential.
3. Leadership Styles
- Explore the diverse styles of management
- Learn when and how to activate the best approach for the greatest outcome.
4. Organizational Climate
- How does it “feel” to work for you?
- What type of climate do you create?
- How could modifying the climate impact an increased effort from direct reports?
5. Goal SettingOur approach addresses three critical categories mandatory to translate vision into reality:
- Outcome Goals: Focus on long-term vision and end-results
- Process Goals: Specify the actions required to achieve outcome goals
- Performance Goals: Emphasize improvement relative to past performance
2-full days of training