After sending managers to the Leadership Development Program (LDP) at Eckerd College, the organization wanted to promote a common philosophy and language within the organization through the use of key assessment instruments used in LDP. The company’s overall goal was to increase participants’ self-awareness and understanding of their personal communication styles, differences and the impact on others.
Together with the firm’s HR department, LDI created an 1 1/2-day team building program for employees from different divisions to attend together. Participants received feedback on interpersonal styles, problem-solving approaches and ways of handling conflict.
The highly participative and interactive program featured short lectures, feedback from assessment instruments and group exercises designed to capitalize on team diversity while building better working relationships and setting goals.
For the 17th year in a row, the Financial Times ranks CCL as one of the world’s Top 10 executive education providers in the 2018 survey of executive education! CCL remains the only institution among 85 in the survey focused exclusively on leadership development.