Progressing through the leadership ranks requires personal insight, training, and targeted leadership development. Successful leaders understand their own strengths and weaknesses, develop positive relationships, motivate people, and manage stress effectively.
In this program, attendees are engaged through self-assessment, action planning and individual coaching with an organizational psychologist. We will explore the research-based behaviors that characterize the developmental trajectory of effective leadership from individual contributor to senior manager, and provide practical developmental suggestions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This program is intended for current and potential team leaders and managers.
Understanding Your Personality & Leadership Style
Review Individual Assessment Profile
Implementing Self-Management Strategies
Inspiring, Motivating and Developing People
Persuasion and Influence
Managing Stress & Promoting Wellbeing
Coping with Leadership Demands
Efficiency & Time Management
Leadership Changes by Management Level
Individual Contributor to First Line Manager
First Line Manager to Middle Manager
Middle Manager to Senior Manager
- Individual Leadership Development Report
- One-on-one coaching with a Blankenship & Seay Organizational Psychologist
- Professional development plan
- List of recommended resources for ongoing leadership development
At a Glance
$2,500 per person
8:30AM – 4:30PM - Day 1
8:30AM – 2:00PM - Day 2
May 18-19, 2023
1st Floor Training Room
2101 Highland Avenue South
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
*Our Stepping Up to Leadership workshop can also be customized and delivered at your organization.
About the Presenters
Dr. Mark Freeman is President and Managing Partner of Blankenship & Seay Consulting Group. He specializes in executive assessment, leadership development and training, executive coaching, selection system design, online personality assessment, and organizational surveys.
Dr. Gareth Dutton has expertise in the science of behavior change, stress management, and effective communication to develop interpersonal relationships. He holds an endowed professorship in the Heersink School of Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).