What is team leadership development?
Whether working with executive teams, departmental teams, or a cross-section of high-potential employees in an organization, formal leadership development requires the leaders to explore their strengths and challenges, to identify important behavior changes, to learn new tools and leadership skills, and to take action for greater success. Whether you call it management training, group coaching, leadership development, or something else, the point is to invest in building strong, engaged, successful leaders inside your organization. You will see a renewed focus from the leaders and fundamental behavior change that ranges from greater individual performance to improved organizational performance as a result.
What are the benefits?
- Clear focus and direction for each leader
- New leadership skills applied inside the organization
- Improved confidence, communications, conflict management, decision making, and time management
- Results-oriented attitudes and cohesive, energized teams
- Visibly improved client relationships, employee engagement, and organizational results
How do we work?
- Empower leaders to work smarter and achieve more through a formal leadership development process over several months
- Bring a tailored set of leadership best practices and materials to every engagement to allow leaders to add to their leadership toolkit
- As needed, integrate assessments that identify individual and team communication styles, values, and strengths
- Enable groups to learn and practice new skills that build throughout the program as the leaders discuss what worked and implement new actions each week
- Discuss real work challenges integrated throughout each session with the group
- Coordinate optional team projects to solve a specific organizational problem in real-time during the development process
- Hold leaders accountable for setting and taking action on specific goals, and taking action against commitments each session
A sampling of client success stories…
“[As a result of our work as a leadership team, we now have an] understanding of how group dynamics can play a stronger role and not a detrimental one. The process of getting to that set forth some ground rules that we didn’t have before. It elevated us to a different place. Operating principles of working with each other that helped our perspectives. Got out of our stereotypes of each other. Reshaping of a dynamic.”
– CEO of a national non-profit organization
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