LED6109 - The Leadership Challenge Workshop

Course CodeLED6109
Course TitleThe Leadership Challenge Workshop
DescriptionDuring the two and half-day workshop, participants analyze their personal feedback report while learning the Model through video cases, group activities and discussion, lectures and workbook activities. Course participants choose up to ten observers to complete an online 360-degree assessment based on the Leadership Challenge Model and receive a detailed personal feedback report The Five Practices of the model include: Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart, as articulated in the book, “The Leadership Challenge”, by James Kouzes and Barry Posner.

Estimated Workload 'outside of' the Class Instruction:
* Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) On-line Assessment - will take approximately 30 minutes
* Characteristics of an Admired Leader - approximately 15 minutes
* What I Expect to Get Out of the Course - approximately 15 minutes
* My Personal Best Leadership Experience - at least an hour
*'Mint Condition' article - approximately 20 minutes to read through & highlight Homework each evening of course - approximately an hour

Objectives:
• Learn the Five Practices and ten commitments of the Leadership Challenge model.
• Analyze your personal assessment results against that model to identify your personal leadership strengths and weaknesses.
• Develop a personal or organizational vision, and a committed action plan to focus and reinforce your leadership growth.
Target Audience:
Supervisors, leaders, intact teams or work stations, all employees.
Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Non-FWS Fee$895.00
Instructional Hours20
Credits/CEUs0.0
Course Content ContactJack Owens: jack_owens@fws.gov or Tara Edwards: tara_edwards@fws.gov; (304) 876-7903; jack_owens@fws.gov
Curriculum CategoryLeadership
Course FrequencyMultiple per year
Registration LinkRegister
DOI LEARN Course TypeILT
Extracted from DOI LEARN on2/8/2016 3:30:24 AM

Schedule:  LED6109 - The Leadership Challenge Workshop

StartEndLocationSession ContactSession Details
3/1/2016 3/1/2016 NPS-CATF (Capital Training Facilities) Katrina Roberts
(202) 354-1471
katrina_roberts@nps.gov
There is a fundamental truth about leadership that lies at the very heart of The Leadership Challenge® Workshop and sets this program apart from all others. That truth is: leadership is everyone’s business. It’s not a place or position. It’s not a rank or title. And most importantly, it is not available only to an elite few. From the front lines to executive suites, leadership is a set of skills and abilities that can be learned by anyone with the desire and dedication to fully develop their leadership potential, to achieve their personal leadership best, and to facilitate the development of others as leaders. This program’s focus is solely on leaders—whether seasoned or new to the role—and their relationships with others. In fact, “Leadership development is self-development” is the first of several principles that shape the design and delivery of The Leadership Challenge® Workshop. It informs the assessment tools, learning resources, and activities that are part of the program, which are all designed to help you discover what you can do to improve. Essential concepts that form the core principles of the program include: •Leadership is everyone’s business •Leadership is a relationship •The best leaders are the best learners •It takes practice –deliberate practice—to become a better leader •Leadership is an aspiration and a choice •Leaders make a difference
8/2/2016 8/2/2016 Washington, DC Katrina Roberts
(202) 354-1471
katrina_roberts@nps.gov
There is a fundamental truth about leadership that lies at the very heart of The Leadership Challenge® Workshop and sets this program apart from all others. That truth is: leadership is everyone’s business. It’s not a place or position. It’s not a rank or title. And most importantly, it is not available only to an elite few. From the front lines to executive suites, leadership is a set of skills and abilities that can be learned by anyone with the desire and dedication to fully develop their leadership potential, to achieve their personal leadership best, and to facilitate the development of others as leaders. This program’s focus is solely on leaders—whether seasoned or new to the role—and their relationships with others. In fact, “Leadership development is self-development” is the first of several principles that shape the design and delivery of The Leadership Challenge® Workshop. It informs the assessment tools, learning resources, and activities that are part of the program, which are all designed to help you discover what you can do to improve. Essential concepts that form the core principles of the program include: •Leadership is everyone’s business •Leadership is a relationship •The best leaders are the best learners •It takes practice –deliberate practice—to become a better leader •Leadership is an aspiration and a choice •Leaders make a difference