Center for Creative Leadership
The Center for Creative Leadership is a top-ranked, global provider of executive education that develops better leaders through its exclusive focus on leadership education and research. Founded in 1970 as a nonprofit, CCL helps clients around the world cultivate creative leadership with the capacity to achieve more than imagined by thinking and acting beyond boundaries.
Our mission is to advance the understanding, practice and development of leadership for the benefit of society worldwide.
By applying the lessons from Leadership Fundamentals, participants will increase their ability to:Stretch outside of established comfort zones to work with others, solve problems and drive results.Apply a range of techniques to influence others and immediately impact workplace challenges.Accomplish high-quality work faster through relationships and collaboration.Gain a more accurate picture of their leadership brand and learning style
Face-to-Face - Class or Seminar
Leadership Fundamentals is a dynamic, two-day program designed to introduce the fundamentals of effective leadership for greater success, faster.
Specifically developed to meet the leadership needs of individual contributors who are in professional roles or are interested in managing people and need to influence others to accomplish their work.
Delivered by highly qualified faculty, this interactive program helps participants identify and develop their own personal leadership brand that will enable them to work more effectively on project teams, succeed in larger, more complex assignments and meet strategic objectives.
What Will I Learn?Four key competencies are vital to all leaders, but play out in unique ways when leaders step into this role:Self-awarenessLearning agilityCommunicationInfluenceThrough assessment and feedback from peers and instructors, participants gain a detailed picture of their personal strengths and challenges. In small groups, they learn practical tactics and begin to strengthen key skills. With guidance from a coach, they create a plan for immediate action and identify longer-term goals.By applying the lessons of Maximizing Your Leadership Potential, managers will be able to:Increase commitment and engagement to improve team effectiveness.Build and strengthen relationships in ways that allow for better performance, effective delegation and contribution of others.Find constructive responses to conflict by understanding self and others.Adjust their leadership style and draw on others to understand and solve problems.
Face-to-Face - Class or Seminar
First-time and front-line managers don't have it easy.
Making the shift from successful individual contributor to effective manager can be tricky and getting the best performance out of others is an ongoing challenge.
First-level managers and supervisors are working through key leadership challenges, in their day-to-day work. They seek better ways to:
Lead a team.
Being "in charge" is different than being a contributor.
Get the work done.
New skills are needed to get results through others.
Deal with conflict.
Interpersonal issues and disagreements can jeopardize teams, departments and projects.
Bigger, more complicated issues are part of the job.
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