Empower your executives and senior managers to be among the Best-of-the-Best by allowing them to participate in Dr. John Mangieri’s “Power Thinking: Strategies of Outstanding Leaders” workshop delivered by your own staff providing maximum flexibility with regard to schedule and content tailored to your environment and modified as appropriate for specific audiences.
The “Power Thinking: Strategies of Outstanding Leaders” train-the-trainer program was created to give your leadership trainers the ability to deliver this time tested and proven leadership enhancement workshop to your leaders, on your schedule.
Senior Executives and Leaders of all Levels
The first day is dedicated to delivering the workshop. Students will observe practiced professionals model all aspects of the workshop exactly as it should be facilitated to achieve the desired results. The workshop outline will be presented covering the following subject areas:
- The Relationship Among Self-Knowledge, Leadership, and Organizational Actions
- Leadership Success Attributes
- Attributes of a Leader That are Important to Followers
- Comparing Your Current Self-Knowledge to Ones in Which You Wish to Become More Proficient
- Designing a Strategy to Gain Additional Self-Knowledge Competence
3. Actions that Promote Excellent Organizational Performance
- The Relationship Between Cognition and Leadership Success
- The Relationship Between Cognition and Organizational Success
- Assessing Your Cognitive Proficiency
- Data Regarding Your Cognitive Proficiency
- Interpretation of Your Cognitive Assessment
- Selecting a Cognition Skill to be Enhanced
- Designing a Strategy to Gain Additional Cognitive Proficiency
- Leadership Behavior Paradigm: What was Learned
- Next Steps
- Self-Knowledge for Making Better Decisions
- Acquiring a Problem-Solving Strategy
- Correlation with Success
The first portion of day two is dedicated to helping the instructor candidates to understand the “why” behind what the session they observed in Day 1. Why were certain points emphasized or de-emphasized, or why were things presented in the sequence they were presented? This is the opportunity for the instructor candidates to look behind the scenes to understand better the things they can do to enhance the learning experience for their future students.
For the remainder of day two, students will be challenged to present portions of the workshop to their fellow instructor candidates and the train-the-trainer session leader. At the end of each session, the observers will be asked to provide constructive feedback.
After all candidates have presented their sessions and received their feedback, the session will end with an open Question and Answer period focused on workshop delivery.