Leadership Readiness 2.0 (LR 2.0)

Purpose of the Program 

This 3-day program is designed to prepare the participant for his/her first level supervisory/leadership role and grow the skillsets required for success. It focuses on responsibility changes between individual contributor roles and leadership roles. It provides participants the know-how to build stronger formal and informal leadership skills so that they can become more effective and influential regardless of assuming a leadership role.  


Target Audience 

Employees who are currently in individual contributor roles and have shown the potential to advance to supervisory positions with one or more direct reports or team members.  


Objectives: 

The Leadership Readiness 2.0 program is designed to equip participants to:

1. Understand how tasks of a leader differ from tasks of an individual contributor 

2. Explore what organizations look for when they select people for leadership roles

3. Understand your leadership baseline

4. Gain insights into your behavioral tendencies when you:

  • Communicate with others
  • Interact within a Team 
  • Attempt to Influence Others
  • Deal with Change
  • Solve problems
  • Are in Conflict 
  • Manage Stress

5. Hone skills associated with:

  • Achieving Results (including time management)
  • Shifting from “What’s” to “What’s and How’s”
  • Creating Leadership Presence
  • Building greater self-awareness
  • Responsibility, Accountability, Reliability and Dependability 
  • Building Peer Relationships
  • Developing Cultural/Political Awareness
  • Managing Conflict and Difficult Conversations

6. Use tools, self-reflection and discussion opportunities to examine the leadership skills participants currently do and do not demonstrate.

7. Develop a stronger purposeful network within their organization  


Format and Approach 

Participants gain the most from training programs which are interactive in nature and where the participant is contributing to table discussions, group discussions and completing the assignments given. Two (2) instructors will teach the course to provide the participants with diversity in teaching styles and experience.

  • Introductory Webinar
  • Classroom training
  • 3 hours of individual coaching (either in person or via phone/Skype)
  • Assignments and reflection
  • Experiential learning activities within the classroom setting
  • Closing webinar / group coaching session: 2 hours


October 2019 Intake (Private Program)

1. Introductory Webinar - October 28, 2019

2. In-person - November 18 - 22, 2019:

  • Monday pm – Classroom 12:30 – 4:30
  • Tuesday am – Classroom 8:30 – 12:30
  • Tuesday pm – 1-1 Coaching sessions
  • Wednesday – Classroom 8:30 – 4:00
  • Thursday am – 1-1 Coaching sessions 
  • Thursday pm – Classroom 12:30 – 4:30
  • Friday am – Classroom 8:30 – 12:00
  • Friday pm - 1-1 Coaching sessions