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MAXIMIZING LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL (MLP)

Program Benefits

Maximizing Your Leadership Potential provides first-time managers and supervisors with practical steps they can take to

  • Increase the commitment and engagement of the team;
  • Build sustainable relationships and increase productivity;
  • Leverage the power of conflict;
  • Influence others by aligning their needs to the needs of the project;
  • Understand others’ perspectives; and Provide constructive feedback.

Throughout the 3-day interactive program, managers will focus on specific skills and how-to’s that they can use right away. They leave the program better prepared to drive results by leading others and with far greater comfort in their roles as managers.

Special Features

Intensive feedback. A comprehensive assessment of the leadership skills most critical to success at this level provides deeply personalized data for feedback and improvement.

An interactive hands-on format. Tangible action steps and how-to’s prepare participants to take action upon returning to work.

Take-home tools. Resources are tailored to support the newly-enhanced skills of influencing, conflict resolution and communication.

Personal coaching. Participants are provided with 100 minutes of one-to-one coaching during the classroom session plus a 45-minute post-classroom coaching call.

“The resources, training and coaching provided by the MLP program enabled me to clearly identify my strengths and opportunities as well as how they are perceived by others. The program also provided me insight on my own personal goals and objectives and how they coincide with my team and the direction of the company.”
–┬áBrent Hoar, Regional Manager, P & AP Starbucks Coffee Company

White Paper

12 Challenges Facing New Managers

White Paper
by Center for Creative Leadership

Senior MLP Trainer Dr. Julia Welch discusses how the MLP helps first-time managers leverage skills for future success.

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