All organizations strive for consistent high performance. Realistically, few achieve it. Many successful organizations operate under a leadership principle known as "servant leadership." These organizations and their leaders enable high employee-engagement that results in extraordinary performance. The leaders' behaviors, including harmonious consistency in their attitudes, words and actions, help create an organizational environment that enables the pursuit of daily excellence - excellence that is both meaningful and value-creating.
Gain insights into:
- Study high-performance organizations and their leaders.
- Explore a multiple stakeholder approach to high performance.
- Examine your views about leaders and followers.
- Study the relationship between values, emotions, behaviors and high engagement.
- Pursue optimal organizational performance by serving others.
A Personal Leadership Agenda
- Examine your personal good and bad leadership behaviors through integrated workshops.
- Create a personal leadership change plan and have the opportunity for one-on-one conversations with faculty.
- Gain perspectives on a different way to lead.
Program activities include case studies, team experiences, individual stories, speakers, and small team and group conversations. You will spend some time each day reflecting on how the learning applies to you and ultimately walk away with a personal plan to become a more effective leader with a broader definition of what that means.