Next Level Leadership
Next Level Leadership is a comprehensive learning program to support you in transforming your leadership to work with a leadership paradigm that is better aligned with the reality of work today. By participating in Next Level Leadership, you will increase your capacity to meet expanded leadership accountability. Gone are the days when leading so people will follow is sufficient. As organizations need to become more agile, innovative, collaborative, and perform well within the background of constant change, leaders are learning how to lead so that people will lead.
In this learning program, you are invited to consider the importance of this new leadership paradigm for yourself and for your organization. Many jobs today require people to use leadership skills to get the job done…think of the leadership needed every day by customer service, IT, health service, and workers in specialty knowledge areas. Think of how important it is to support these leadership skills within a leadership paradigm in your culture of “leading so people will lead”.
This learning program gets you ready for your own leadership for leading so people will lead. It’s a deep exploration into what next level leadership is and what it expects from you as a leader, covered in five modules. Participation in each module is a combination of independent self-study and online real-time facilitated mentoring circles with other program participants. Depending on your learning preferences, you can expect 8-12 hours of guided learning per module.
The Next Level Leadership learning track includes 5 modules. Read more below.
Organizational Transformation Basics for Success (2020)
To develop your leadership it is helpful to step back and take a look at your organization from the viewpoint of what is required to bring about organizational transformation. You will need this knowledge for the transformational leadership it takes to shift to working in a new leadership paradigm. In this module, you have the opportunity to consider what works, what doesn’t work, and how to position your change effort to be one that is successful.