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Leadership Strategies

Aug 24—27, 2020
4 days
Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States
USD 9600
USD 2400 per day

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Description

Highlights

Leadership Strategies includes an executive strategy simulation, peer feedback, faculty coaching, and assessment tools to provide an in-depth understanding of your own leadership style and its impact on others. You will discover the role emotional intelligence plays in potential success or derailment and develop a personalized action plan to enhance your ability to influence and lead more effectively in your own organization.

Learning Objectives and Program Impact

  • Explore personal influence, potential for derailment, options for conflict management, and decision making.
  • Identify ways to develop trust, influence, and skills for giving and receiving feedback.
  • Discover the impact of emotional intelligence.
  • Create a personal development plan based on assessment results, feedback, and coaching.

Agenda

Day 1:

  • Personality Type Dimensions and Overview
  • Your MBTI Step II Report
  • Leadership Applications
  • Influence, Power, and Organizational Objectives
  • Effective Influence Tactics

Day 2:

  • Understanding Conflict Styles
  • Defining Emotional Intelligence (EI)
  • Using EI in Leadership Settings
  • EI and Your MBTI Profile
  • Simulation Overview

Day 3:

  • Simulation Exercise
  • Simulation Debrief
  • Lessons Learned
  • Effective Feedback
  • Peer Feedback

Day 4:

  • Job Challenge Profile
  • Derailment
  • Development Planning

Who should attend

This program is designed for leaders in strategic roles who are called upon to make complex, cross-organizational decisions, and want to identify and enhance their leadership abilities and leverage a powerful understanding of their own style and “blind spots.” Strategic leaders who are new to higher levels of leadership, who are in a new environment, or who are leading a new team will also benefit.

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Aug 24—27, 2020
4 days
Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States
USD 9600
USD 2400 per day

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