The “Five Star” Leadership program will help your leadership skills make a quantum leap to the next level of performance, productivity and effectiveness. It combines the best leadership techniques of the most successful business leaders with those of the world's most successful military commanders. In addition to a pre-work assignment, this four-day program includes homework each of the first three evenings. The course is highly introspective and these short assignments allow participants to better process and practice the shared experiences and new leadership skills discussed in class.
You will develop your personal Leadership Philosophy and understand how to link team and organizational goals. You will learn the four steps to conflict resolution and how to build a motivational climate. This course will give you proven techniques for developing skills in others while coaching to correct substandard performance. You will learn ways to manage the time of others and will receive your personal leadership profile and energy management assessment.
The results of attending this program are leaders who energize their teams, enable their people to see a clear relationship between their daily duties the organizational goals, and instill smart work strategies throughout the team to achieve tangible results. You will be more focused on the key performance indicators and able to insure everyone understands their contribution to the overall mission. You will also understand how communications can be dramatically improved when team members understand expectations.
This course is taught by various instructors. Generally, two instructors will teach the course in each location.
The table below displays the number of professional development units (PDUs) awarded for each PMI® credential, as they align to the PMI Talent Triangle®. Leadership and Strategic PDUs apply evenly across all credentials and Technical PDUs apply only to specific credentials. PDUs will be added in full to all eligible credentials.
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