Training and Development of Your Teams Powered by FCCS
The new world of work has changed the world of training and development. In this time of disruption, we are working with our clients to inspire their teams to take action.
Employee training and development may be more important than ever in this time of change and challenges.
To meet the growing needs of our clients, we have developed numerous programs to allow all to be at their best in 2020 and beyond.
We have the people and the programs to accelerate your success. Let’s talk about bringing these programs to your organization and these skills to your people.
To talk training, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by Jay Lux, VP Organizational Effectiveness, FCC Services
Facilitated by Rob Kaiser, executive coach, author, and trusted advisor
Session 1 – November 3, 2020 – 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. MST
Session 2 – December 8, 2020 – 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. MST
The best leaders, especially in uncertain times of disruption, are versatile: they have the capacity to read and respond to change with a wide repertoire of complementary perspectives, skills, and behaviors. Leaders are typically better at reading change than they are at responding to it, largely because developing a broad range of behaviors requires a systematic effort that often pushes them out of their comfort zones.
This two-part series of webinars will help you to expand your leadership versatility, from both an inside-out and outside-in approach, while also expanding your network through peer learning.
Session 1: Mastering the Opposing Forces of Leadership
This interactive webinar will help you identify and navigate the tensions and tradeoffs that make leadership a balancing act. Through a guided process of peer dialogue and self-discovery, you will clarify your most basic beliefs about leadership and learn the one surprising trick that versatile leaders know about making the most of their strengths—without overdoing it. You will come away with deeper insights for coaching your employees as well as how to expand your own leadership repertoire to become a more versatile leader.
Session 2: 360 Feedback using the Leadership Versatility Index
In the second session, you will get a chance to compare how you see your own leadership versatility compared to how your coworkers see it. Based on feedback and suggestions from your coworkers, peer coaching will help you to make selected adjustments to specific leadership behaviors that will expand your versatility and impact.
About Rob Kaiser, Executive Coach, Author, Trusted Advisor
Our facilitator, Rob Kaiser, is an executive coach, author, and trusted advisor who has helped organizations get better results through better leadership since starting his career at the Center for Creative Leadership in the 1990s. He has advised some of the world’s most renown organizations, from Google to the Walt Disney Company, and financial services companies like Lincoln and Fulton Financial.
About Jay Lux, VP Organizational Effectiveness, FCC Services
Jay helps organizations understand, develop and maximize talent. He helps organizations build strategy, construct succession and talent management systems, assess and select senior leadership, lead change, maximize team effectiveness, measure cultural and maximize engagement levels to improve results. Jay helps organizations achieve measurable results and does so with the utmost value in mind, resulting in delighted clients and long-term partnerships.
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