One of the keys to building a strong leadership foundation in any organization is the willingness of the leader to know his authentic self. For many leaders, the realization that adding value to an organization requires changing the mind-set that leadership competency is not only about getting results but also about touching the organization through personal presence and relationships. In short, leaders must make and maintain authentic connections with the people who work daily to create successful organizations.
TUESDAY, MARCH 29 ~ CCU Kline Hospitality Suite, Brooks Stadium
8:30 a.m. to noon . . . . . . . LEADERSHIP 360o
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30 ~ CCU Kline Hospitality Suite, Brooks Stadium
8:30 a.m. to noon . . . . . . . CREATING YOUR OWN PRO-VISION AND PRO-VALUES
There are many organizational variables that influence the nature and impact of leadership. The way leaders treat employees influences the way employees treat customers. Leaders have to address organizational factors that drive positive intentions and subsequent performance. One without the other will not achieve the desired results. This module will focus on the interpersonal influences and performance demands that leaders need to address if they and their organizations are to be successful. Organizational leadership involves processes and proximal outcomes (such as employee commitment) that contribute to the development and achievement of organizational purpose. It is a leaderís responsibility to add value to the organization by giving a sense of understanding and purpose to its overall activities and human capital assets.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 CCU ~ Adkins Field House, Brooks Stadium
8:30 to 10 a.m. . . . . . . . DEVELOPING FUTURE LEADERS
THURSDAY, MAY 12 ~ CCU Adkins Field House, Brooks Stadium
8:30 to 10:15 a.m. . . . . . THE ROLE OF LEADER AS COACH
Best Practices Leadership
Organizational results often depend upon the analysis, interpretation and strategic execution of internal practices and procedures. The knowledge, competencies and abilities leaders need to solve problems or make decisions efficiently and effectively require increased leadership involvement and collaboration across organizational boundaries. Throughout this module, participants will explore approaches for dealing with conflict management, goal-setting strategies and communication techniques.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ~ CCU Kline Hospitality Suite, Brooks Stadium
8:30 to noon. . . . . . . . SOMETIMES SHAKEN, SOMETIMES STIRRED: COMMUNICATION FROM THE TOP
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 ~ CCU Kline Hospitality Suite, Brooks Stadium
8:30 a.m. to noon . . . . . .WHAT HAVE YOU DONE LATELY?
Successful leaders must create a culture that fosters and engages a diverse group of talented individuals in a collaborative, open and social work environment. In this module, participants will come together to explore the alignment of leadership responsibilities with the interaction of human competencies and organizational systems.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 ~ CCU Kline Hospitality Suite, Brooks Stadium
8:30 to 11:45 a.m. . . . . . .LEADERSHIP AND DIVERSITY IN TODAYíS WORKPLACE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 ~ CCU Kline Hospitality Suite, Brooks Stadium
8:30 a.m. to noon . . . . . . .MASTERING 7 LEVELS OF CHANGE