Leadership Training:

  • Content that is research-based and proven in the real world.
  • Delivery will be fast-paced, high-energy, and combine story, discussion, and activity.
  • The Eight Component Leadership Model moves leadership theory into actionable content.
  1. Service (Including maturity-in-the-moment concepts and ways to overcome self-serving behaviors)
  2. Vision (including methods and activities for strategic planning, organizational analysis, and self-analysis)
  3. Integrity (including an approach that assumes that “best work” and high performance is an ethical obligation)
  4. Communication (including words to use, words to avoid, ways to be candid without being abrasive, systems for giving feedback, networking skills; this element receives the most time in the training)
    Note: this segment is often broken out and presented on its own as “communication for connection.”
  5. Modeling (including personal analysis and goal-setting)
  6. Stretching and Growing (continuous commitment to self and organizational improvement)
  7. Self and Organizational Improvement (including evaluation techniques, goal-setting and accountability plan)
  8. Positivity and Passion (people need to see you be optimistic and that you care)

Two notions are woven throughout:

  • No one can lead unless they are acting at a higher level of maturity and selflessness than those they lead.
  • The fundamental role of the leader is to “meet needs.” This applies to the organization and to the individual. The content of the curriculum answers the question, “How do I put this into action?”

In the workplace, bolster your internal leadership development program or provide a refresher for a management team in 3-14 hours (one half-day to two full days).
For conferences, one or two breakout sessions of 1-3 hours each.
This is Alan’s most frequently delivered content.