Today, I had the great pleasure of facilitating a culture transforming workshop at QuinStreet, a global digital marketing company. This awesome group of women reminded me that leadership development is a multiple choice game.
Women’s Development – At QuinStreet, a female senior leader created a women’s program that includes culture transforming workshops, informal mentors, and networking.
High Potential Development – With the State of Colorado, I am co-creating a leadership development program focused on high potential talent. Through facilitated workshops that occur every quarter, one-on-one leadership coaching, and a 360 degree feedback tool, this organization is focused on developing this important and influential group.
Leadership Expectations – At Streamline Brands, a national swim school company, we have created a series of customized leadership programs focused on defining the expectations for leaders in the organization. Every month, I facilitate a workshop focused on a new defined leadership expectation.
Executive Development – At Advertising Production Resources (APR), I am working with the top 20 within the organization to define leadership and they continue to grow.
Executive Coaching – Some organizations are focused one leader at a time, providing executive coaching with extra support to elevate their leadership. I am currently working with executives in energy, government, retail, manufacturing, information technology, digital marketing, and entrepreneurship.
No matter the method, it is critical to create dedicated leadership development programs for your organization. This not only creates leaders, improved productivity, and elevates effectiveness, it also ignites employee engagement and value.