Managers require strong leadership skills to motivate and coordinate people's efforts towards shared goals. The topics in this group help participants' clarify their leadership potential, taking into account behaviors, competencies, and the needs of their organization. These topics do not emphasize a heroic style of leadership but an engaged, ethical leadership distributed among managers who lead together. Participants have multiple opportunities to explore how to assume a greater leadership role within their organization.
Topics in this group enable managers to:
- Identify various leadership styles.
- Appreciate how to better balance their personal leadership skills.
- Clarify what they can do to contribute to a well lead organization.
- Reclaim their unique leadership potential.
- A Leader's Health Action Plan
- Accountability: It's a Tricky World
- Being a Catalytic Leader
- Changing Things: What and How
- Control Through Decision Making
- Crafting Strategy
- Dealing with the Pressures of Managing
- Decision Making: It's Not What You Think
- Emotional Intelligence: Your Inner and Outer Self
- FeedFORWARD Instead of Feedback
- Friendly Consulting
- Global or Worldly: Diversity in the 21st Century
- Influencing Others: Leading Through Trust
- Leading Change in Difficult Times
- Leading with Humility
- Lenses for Leadership Insights
- Management Competency Raising
- Management Styles: Art, Craft, Science
- Managing on the Planes of Information, People, and Action
- Managing on Tightropes: The Inescapable Conundrums of Managing
- Managing Time and Energy
- Managing to Lead
- Ordinary People, Extraordinary Leadership
- Political Games in Organizations
- Simply Managing: From Reflection to Action
- Strategic Thinking as Seeing
- Ten More Ways to Release Change
- Ten Ways to Release Change
- Understanding Stakeholders
- Visionary Management