Many leaders right now know that their organization needs to get better. They also know they need to get better. Effort and desire are not the problem. Time may be limited in some circumstances, but the depth of clarity that change needs to take place is still present. The challenge is that they do not know how to start.
Back in the 90’s, I recognized this situation and designed a one year leadership training program to give people in leadership positions the tools and the mindset to transform themselves and their organization. Through a challenging, interactive curriculum which blends lectures, selected readings, small and large group discussions, and how to skill-building exercises, participants in this four part leadership training learn where to start and how to sustain the change they wish to make.
After teaching this course for nearly two decades to hundreds upon hundreds of people in leadership positions across the country, I am more convinced than ever that with a good beginning and a clear understanding of what is normal in personal and organizational change, leaders can change themselves and their companies. This is good work and hard work which requires disciplined thought and disciplined action. But it also is worth while work because at the end of the day, I have learned that people want to make a difference, want to do good work, and want to participate in making this happen within the context of a team or work place community.
For those of you who aspire to transforming yourself and your organization, I invite you to join the 2016 From Vision to Action Leadership Training. For more information,, then please click on the following link: http://www.chartyourpath.com/VTA-Leadership-Training.html
Or you can click on the this link for the registration form:http://www.chartyourpath.com/pdf/2016-From-Vision-To-Action-Leadership-Training-Regist.pdf
There is a brave new world out there for those who seek to make their organization better. Learning how to do it effectively is the first step in the journey to success.