Blanchard believes it’s important to build your leadership talent pool from within. This means identifying your high-performing individual contributors who are demonstrating a passion for leadership. But to make the transition from individual contributor to proactive, assertive leader, emerging leaders must develop the skills to:
Blanchard views all employees as leaders—all individual contributors lead themselves, while some may also indirectly lead others in projects and teams. Our emerging leader curriculum infuses individual contributors with a leadership mindset and gives them the skills that matter in their work today and pave the way for a formal leadership role. These learners engage with several research-based models that apply to the whole human experience, not just work, serving as a force multiplier of leadership capability.
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Experienced managers are often the silent majority in an organization’s management pool, making up the largest group of managers but receiving the least amount of attention. Blanchard believes that while these managers often have the tools and experience to get their jobs done, they have an even greater potential waiting to be uncovered. We collaborate with you to develop learning journeys that accelerate experienced managers, building upon their existing skills to drive exceptional performance. Unlock the potential within these leaders of leaders and put them on the path to organizational leadership with our evidence-based management training.
Experienced leaders need support to get their teams to the next level while also staying on track for their next promotion. This requires learning the skills to inspire others and help them to improve and advance in their careers.
Become an effective coach
Learning effective coaching skills helps your team members reach their individual and collective goals.
Build your influence
Developing strategies for meaningfully influencing decision-makers and organizational processes increases your effectiveness as a manager.
Learn as you lead
Continuing your learning journey and developing your management skills helps reinforce a culture of continuous learning in your team and the larger organization.