Look, let’s be honest. Your learning strategies can be the most
thoughtful, most theoretically watertight ideas ever created.
But if they don’t lead to practical,
meaningful business results, who cares?
That’s why you often see CEOs getting their hands dirty in the nitty-gritty details of L&D implementations, waiting to give their blessing until they understand the mechanics. They’re tired of not seeing results, and they start to wonder why your organization can’t just take it in-house and do it yourselves.
At the Center for Leadership, our leadership development solutions are based upon solid design principles that CEOs actually understand.
These principles allow for participants to develop new skills and create a leadership mindset — providing the practical tools they need to get results.
Principle No. 1: Learning with context
The Center for Leadership has found that managers learn best when they’re driven by their organization’s priorities and strategies. This allows them to explore the concepts and skills in the context of their everyday responsibilities.
We are real business people who have been through the same scenarios and understand the implications on your organization’s strategy and results.
Principle No. 2: Social learning
Managers need space and time with their peers to exchange and discuss ideas. In this way, learners can master new concepts by teaching them to others and sharing their story.
Our solutions embed best-practice sharing and facilitated debriefs to make the lessons come to life.
Principle No. 3: Time for reflection
Leaders need to be given the opportunity to practice and apply the new skills. This includes the time to reflect on their formal and informal learning experiences throughout a program.
Our leadership development solutions happen over time, rather than as a one-time event.
Can your leaders be the visionary and the disciplinarian?
Leaders need to be detail-oriented and at the same time see the big picture. They need to be inspirational and also practical. We want to help bring your ideas to life in a way that satisfies the goals and strategies of the business while also shaping next-generation leaders for realities of business.
To grow the business in the future, you need to grow your learning capability, and you can't do it on your own. We'd love to help.
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Thursday and Friday, January 9th and 10th, 2020
Facilitated by our Director of Solutions Delivery, Michelle Humes.
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