Leading Series (Edmonton)

Leading Series (Edmonton)
Product Code: EECorp-LS-2017-18
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Price: $2,895.00 (CAD)

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The Leading Series sessions will provide you with a grounded approach to leadership. Through a combination of new experiences, thoughtful reflection, the examination of powerful concepts and the effective application of tools, you will take away new insights and practical knowledge in how you approach leadership in your organization. 

Each one-day session has been designed for a broad range of learners. Whether you are new to a leadership role or looking to refresh your skills, you will learn new approaches and refine your leadership abilities. The sessions also apply to those who do not have direct reports but who need to influence others.

Program Highlights

  1. Leading From Self - You will learn key insights about your unique leadership style and identify personal development opportunities.
  2. Leading Others - You will acquire key insights about how to coach and develop others to build an engaged workplace. 
  3. Leading Within Organizations - You will learn the Situational Leadership framework to support you leading within the culture of your team/project or organization.
  4. Leading Through Conflict - You will better understand your natural conflict style and personal underlying values when in conflict situations.

Each session within the Leading Series builds upon the knowledge gained in the previous session. While sessions are independent in nature, maximum value can be obtained by taking all four sessions in succession.


 Modules  Fall Program    Spring Program 
 Leading from Self Oct 16, 2017 Mar 26, 2018
 Leading Others Oct 17, 2017 Mar 27, 2018
 Leading Within Organizations  Nov 20, 2017 Apr 25, 2018
 Leading through Conflict  Nov 21, 2017 Apr 26, 2018


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