Leadership Development Services

Our services are specifically tailored to meet the challenge and objectives of our clients. Our methodology is cross-disciplinary and we use a number of tools and processes to help our clients achieve breakthrough results. Our services can take many forms: seminars, workshops, courses, coaching, etc.

Developmental Processes

The following are some of the processes we use to develop leaders, produce unprecedented results, and create cultures of success:

  • Executive Leadership
  • Strategic Planning  
  • Management Development
  • Supervisory Development
  • Self-leadership Development

Executive Leadership

Success in today's complex global arena is challenging and the rules are changing. For an organization to compete globally, executive leaders will have to create an organizational culture in which everyone is challenged to seek innovative and improved methods of doing business. Leading today's organization into tomorrow's competitive arena will require teamwork, collaboration, and speed. To create and lead an organization that will maintain a competitive advantage during such turbulent times, many executives will have to transform an organizational culture that was founded on yesterday's paradigms. Priorities will have to shift and thinking will have to change.

 Key Areas:

 
  • Valueship
  • Creating a Compelling Vision
  • Communicating the Vision
  • Leading During Times of Change
  • Alignment
  • Creating Balance
  • The Principles of Successful Planning
  • Strategies for Positive Growth
  • Leadership Responsibility
  • The Leadership Roles
  • Collaborating for Results
  • Obstacles to Successful Collaboration

Strategic Planning

The best way to predict the future is to create it! Strategic Planning is a process that determines the future of the organization and what organizational resources will be needed to ensure success. The process involves determining what business opportunities exist, and what resources are available to capitalize on those opportunities.

Business leaders today have found that developing a strategy and a plan is far more effective than leaving the future to chance. Furthermore, the key factors that create higher levels of motivation and commitment continuously fuel higher levels of achievement. Finally, the effective implementation of the plan is as important as planning. This is the true determining factor as to whether or not a company is successful.

The Strategic Planning Processes provide a format for developing a Strategic Plan, taking that strategy through the business planning process and establishing measurable goals. It is a process that involves not only determining where a company is going, but also how it is going to get there.

 Key Areas:

 
  • Strategic Planning
  • A Passion for Succeeding
  • Developing a Competitive Edge
  • Effective Planning Techniques
  • Execution is Everything
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Generating and Retaining Profits
  • Becoming a Customer-Driven, Enduring Company

Personal Leadership Development

A leader combines the vision and curiosity of a dreamer with the practical engineering of a builder. A leader is goal-directed, looking forward with anticipation toward the attainment of goals. Goals give meaning and purpose to life and serve as a continuous source of motivation in the pursuit of all activities. The capacity for leadership exists in everyone, but most people never take the time to develop it. Leadership is courage, determination, confidence, and the ability to view a situation and respond to it.

Positive Leadership assumes that goals can be accomplished, the job can be done, the problem can be solved, and obstacles can be overcome. Leaders create their own future because they have faith in themselves.

 Key Areas:

 
  • You Possess the Ability to Lead
  • Preparation for Leadership
  • A Product of the Past
  • Formal Leadership
  • Goal-Setting for Success
  • Building Success Attitudes and Habits
  • Developing Your Personal Goals Program
  • Turning Solutions into Actions
  • Understanding and Affirming Your Self
  • Managing Your Time
  • Communications and Human Relations
  • Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
  • Motivation
  • Continuing Your Leadership Growth

Management Development

Management over the last quarter century has taken on many new and complex dimensions, and this trend is likely to continue. Advancing technology has created new and exciting possibilities in every organization. Progress creates challenge, and the challenge facing management today is: developing an organization that can meet tomorrow's goals while continuing to meet the daily challenges of today. To balance these organizational demands, managers need a systematic approach to their jobs. They need Management Development.

Management Development involves the “what and how” of training and understanding the “why” of a situation. The result is managers who are working because they want to and because they understand why and how they are essential to the organization's goals. These managers know that the goals can be achieved, obstacles can be overcome, and problems can be solved.

This program makes Management Development not only possible, but eminently profitable. Individually, each manager reflects the behavior and attitude of a goal-directed manager. Collectively they form a powerful force that literally assures the achievement of corporate goals.

 Key Areas:

 
  • The Manager as a Leader
  • Goal-Setting for Success
  • Your Action Plan
  • Confidence
  • Work Environment and Motivation
  • Decision-Making
  • Management, Communications, and Human Relations
  • Managing Your Time Use
  • Developing Subordinates Through Goal-Setting
  • Dealing With Negative Behavior

Supervisory Development

In today's business, the supervisor is the "main link" between the company's goals and the people who must accomplish those goals. Because of the functions of supervisors and the major role they play, it is obvious that good supervisors are the key to the success of any organization. Many of the supervisor's daily decisions affect profits, attitudes, and morale. With a role and a function of this magnitude, it would seem logical that the process of becoming a supervisor would require years of training. However, most supervisors have had little or no training in supervisory skills. Almost universally, today's supervisory force is made up of men and women who have been promoted from being a super worker to being a supervisor.

The Supervision process is a structured, open-ended, pragmatic approach to developing supervisors. It is not a teaching program, but a developing program designed to engage supervisors in a process that results in personal and professional growth. The development of more effective supervisors has a direct correlation to an increase in the productivity and profits of a company.

 Key Areas:

 
  • The Successful Supervisor
  • Goal Setting
  • Your Action Plan
  • You and Your Self
  • Confidence: The Critical Ingredient
  • Leading for Results
  • Managing and Controlling Your Use of Time
  • Motivation
  • Communications
  • Upward Communications
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Discipline: Word and Concept
  • Developing Subordinates
  • Decision Making and Problem Solving