Defining Your Leadership
Become a More Authentic, Confident, and Strategic Leader
"Defining Your Leadership has been a game changer. I'm not getting as much day-to-day support from work to improve my personal leadership goals as I would like. After just four weeks, it is starting to transfer to my work. My managers and subordinate colleagues are taking notice. I'm taking the lead in client calls, speaking up more in meetings, and contributing in positive fashions to team goals. This course has improved my day-to-day performance at work."
Michael Roney / Senior Associate / EY
As Leaders, hundreds of moments slip through our fingers every workweek to make a bigger difference
You were finally invited to the big conference room, you are surrounded by the big players in your company. You are following the conversation, and you see your moment, you are closer to the problem than anyone else in the room, you know you could make a difference in this moment, and as you think about what you are about to say, and the meaningful change and powerful difference it could make, you hesitate. You start thinking, “should you make your move? Should you share the idea with these industry leaders?” Before you know it the moment has passed. You go back to your desk, dwelling on that moment and wish you had spoken up.
Walk into those potential moments of change feeling more confident and prepared to inspire and influence those around you.
As experienced combat leaders, we understand the importance of gaining information quickly and completing the mission. As educators, we also understand the benefits of deep reflection and in-depth research on topics. Our courses provide you the opportunity to do both.
Leaders will discover and practice:
an ability to listen more deeply, to learn and grow even in the most difficult situations,
methodologies to maximize a team’s performance, regardless of one’s position, and
diagnosing and overcoming ambiguous and wicked challenges at a strategic level.
Many people thrive in stand alone online courses. While there are countless benefits and lessons to learn, it can also help to have a coach to support your development along the way. Seeing opportunities for change can be difficult on your own.