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Leaders Edge: It's never about the role but about the goal. 4 business people shaking hands.

Great Leaders Want to Make a Difference



A Series of Four Courses



Leading Yourself

Before you can effectively lead others, you must be able to effectively lead yourself! This course will provide you with the knowledge and tools to bring out the most successful you to help you stand out in your organization and as an industry leader. Understanding your behaviors and competencies is the foundation of effective and successful leadership whether you are an individual contributor or on the management track.


Leading Others

To be a great leader, you need the right skills to engage and develop relationships with others. This means having the knowledge, skills, competence and understanding how to engage, motivate and manage people. Using the knowledge you gained about yourself in LEADING YOURSELF, you will apply those insights to inspire others to do their best work and reach their highest potential. This course guides you through the skills required to effectively plan, select personnel, delegate work, manage time, provide effective feedback, coaching, relationship building and communicate effectively. Pre-requisite: Successful completion of The Leader’s Edge Leading Yourself course.  


Leading Leaders

Managing and leading other leaders requires a deep skill toolkit beyond the skills acquired to manage teams and individual contributors. This course is an in-depth study of effective strategic planning, effective feedback cycles, communicating company values and applying values to employee satisfaction and engagement, communicating company objectives and goals and aligning the workforce to strategic organizational goals. Discussion format and evidence-based materials are employed. Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Leading Yourself or Leading Others.  


Leading the Enterprise

This is an interactive series of roundtable discussions centered on the implementation of The Alignment Triangle: Strategic Direction, Organizational Competence and Collective Competence.