Through successful application we have found that SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT has the following attributes:
By immediately applying what you learn to your own organization
Sustaining what you implement by forming effective leadership habits
Practicing what you've learned and getting step by step feedback through one-on-one coaching from a seasoned leader
Learning best practices from other leaders and sharing your challenges through leader peer development communities
Go, see, engage, and improve via on site support from an experienced leader
Building aligned systems
Developing a culture of trust, respect & performance
“We engaged High Performance Leaders looking for a fresh perspective on how we might improve the way we manage our operations and we were delighted with the experience and quality of the engagement. Their world-class expertise and insight opened the eyes of our management team and set us on an exciting new journey of continuous improvement.”
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We believe that the best way to develop leadership skills is by learning and doing. All of our programs have 'learn and do' components including projects, self development plans or coaching support. Our Peer Exchanges are supported by 'solve and do' components. Our Leaders work together to solve their problems and implement the findings.
Developing leadership skills is a continuous process that requires a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience. While traditional classroom learning is beneficial in acquiring theoretical knowledge, it alone cannot fully equip individuals with the skills needed to become effective leaders. Therefore, it is crucial to have practical applications in the learning process, where individuals can apply what they have learned to real-world situations.
At our organization, we strongly believe that the best way to develop leadership skills is through a "learn and do" approach. This approach includes a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical applications. Our programs are designed to have both components to provide a comprehensive learning experience for our participants.
One way we implement this approach is through projects. Our programs include projects that allow participants to apply their learning in a real-world setting. These projects could involve leading a team, implementing a new process, or solving a problem within their organization. Through these projects, participants can gain practical experience, identify areas for improvement, and apply their learning to achieve their goals.
Another way we implement the "learn and do" approach is through self-development plans. We encourage participants to create their own self-development plans, which include personal and professional goals they want to achieve. These goals could be related to leadership development, communication skills, or any other area they want to improve. Through coaching support, participants can receive guidance on how to achieve their goals and overcome any challenges they face.
Our Peer Exchanges program also incorporates a "solve and do" component. In this program, leaders work together to solve common problems and implement the findings. Through collaboration and peer learning, participants can share their experiences, learn from each other, and gain practical insights into how to solve problems effectively.
By combining theoretical knowledge with practical applications, individuals can gain the experience and skills needed to become effective leaders. Through our programs, we provide opportunities for participants to apply their learning to real-world situations, create self-development plans, and collaborate with their peers to solve problems.