When you’re focused on your organization’s future every day of every workweek, it’s vital that you are well equipped to optimize your company’s performance as well as your own career with executive leadership training.

What does it mean to be an executive leader? It means you’re a visionary, a trailblazer, a strategist, a communicator, a coach, a diplomat and a politician. Pride, commitment and camaraderie. Those are the words you describe your team. You’re able to focus on the big picture and uphold high standards while wearing many hats. We know It takes laser-precise vision to be an executive leader. Join your peers in this course to craft your own leadership style, build an extraordinary team and master the competencies of effective executive leadership.

  • Distinguish the Differences Between Leadership and Management
  • Prioritize Based on First Things First Principles
  • Coach Employees Toward Improved Performance
  • Identify Ways to Use Business Ethics to Build Trust
  • Improve Communication Through Active Listening and Future-Focused Conversations
  • Understand Your Emotional Intelligence Strengths and Developmental Needs
  • Draw a Personal Development Plan for Further Development as a Leader

Day 1

Leadership Challenges

  • Recognize Your Leadership Challenges
  • Consider the Various Definitions of Leadership
  • Articulate the Four Competencies of Effective Leaders
  • Describe the Difference Between Leading and Managing
  • Explain the Power of Vision in Organizations

Day 2

Leading with the Head:

Strategic Leadership, Prioritization, and Goal Setting

  • Define the Elements of Strategic Leadership and a Strategic Plan
  • Focus Your Vision in a Way That Is Meaningful to You
  • Know the Essence of Goal Setting and Ways to Set Goals That Will Be Accomplished
  • Understand the Importance of Prioritization

Leading with the Hands

  • Define Leadership as the Art of Influencing Others
  • Identify the Three Skills of a Situational Leader
  • Improve Team Performance Through Coaching

Day 3

Leading with the Feet:
Building Trust, Understanding Personal Values, and Making Ethical Decisions

  • Recognize the Factors That Impact Trust in Organizations
  • Tie the Four Cornerstones of Trust to the Four Competencies of Effective Leadership
  • Understand the Nature of Two-Way Trust and How to Build It
  • Anticipate Value Differences at Work
  • Know How to Approach Ethical Dilemmas in a Logical, Rational Manner

Leading with the Heart:
Motivation, Culture, Communication and Emotional Intelligence

  • Identify the Three Main Things That Motivate Employees
  • Create a Greater Sense of Pride and Enjoyment in Your Employees
  • Listen and Communicate with Others More Effectively
  • Focus on the Future in More Positive Terms
  • Understand the Elements of Emotional Intelligence
  • Know Where Your Emotional Intelligence Strengths and Development Needs Lie

Day 4

Outbound Activities Aimed At Improving:

  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Confidence
  • Motivation

Day 5

Leadership Development Plans

  • Complete a Leadership Development Plan
  • Receive Feedback on Your Development Plan
  • Prepare and Plan for the Continuing Learning Experiences

  • This course is designed to provide executive leadership training for midlevel managers or executives who lead others with managerial responsibility. It will benefit executives who require strong decision-making skills and the ability to lead and motivate others.

  • Face To Face
  • Role playing
  • Post session assessment
  • Video presentation
  • Case study

  • English
  • Indonesia