Classes

Developing Yourself as an Emerging Leader

Whether you’re a high potential on your way up the corporate ladder or a current manager, continuing your personal development is essential to your success as a leader and your career. However, without the necessary guidance or tools, it can be difficult to know where to begin.

“Developing Yourself as an Emerging Leader” empowers you with the same essential tools and techniques our experienced business coaches use for their own personal development.

Through a series of assessments and hands-on exercises, you will be able to identify your leadership style and leave with a better understanding of your strengths, weaknesses, and the blind spots.  You will also learn how those traits impact yours and your team’s performance, and how to coach your employees to achieve incredible results.

Finally, you will develop a personal development roadmap with steps to enhance your leadership capabilities and have an immediate positive impact in the workplace.

As an emerging leader, this professional development class will empower you to:

  • Discover your leadership potential and learn how to leverage your skills for maximum impact
  • Learn how to interact with peers and superiors based on their leadership styles
  • Develop mentoring and coaching skills to improve team performance
  • Create a Personal Development Plan to continue advancing your capabilities and career

Earn 7 CEUs/PDUs to apply toward your SHRM and PMI education requirements.

Date:
May 21st, 2019
8:30AM - 4:30PM

Class Location:
Tulsa, OK
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Everything is so relevant! This class is a very good presentation of all the issues developing leaders need to consider and contemplate. I learned a wide variety of skills/techniques to utilize.

- Chris P.

Great class for those who are entering into a management role!
This class helped me determine where I needed to focus so I
could be a more effective leader.

- Jessica M.

This course and the instructors challenged the way I thought about leadership and managing. The Instructors kept the class engaged and were very knowledgeable.

- Leonard R.
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