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Daniel Goleman’s Leadership: A Master Class With Comprehensive, Customizable Training Materials
Nine-part video collection and all-inclusive Trainer’s Guide offers diverse learning opportunities on management best practices from the brightest minds in multiple fields: Warren Bennis, Bill George, George Kohlrieser, Howard Gardner, Daniel Siegel, Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, Teresa Amabile, Erica Ariel Fox, and Peter Senge.
Leadership: A Master Class, examines the best practices of top-performing executives. The collection offers more than nine hours of research findings, case studies and valuable industry expertise through in-depth interviews with respected leaders in executive management, leadership development, organizational research, workplace psychology, innovation, negotiation and senior hiring.
The extensive, detailed training guide centered on the video content is perfect for human resources professionals, senior managers and executive coaches. Each module offers individual and group exercises, self-assessments, discussion guides, review of major points, and key actionable takeaway plans. The materials allow for instructor-led, self-study or online learning opportunities.
Leadership: A Master Class is a unique resource containing nine short courses featuring Daniel Goleman and some of the most notable names in Leadership:
THE SOCIALLY INTELLIGENT LEADER with Warren Bennis, pioneer of the contemporary field of Leadership studies and founding chairman of the Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California. Topics include: noticing what’s important, connecting with others, the role of self-awareness and vulnerability, the ingredients of high-performing teams, what one can learn from those “crucible moments” in life.
THE LEADER’S MIND with Daniel Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute. Topics include: the brain and emotional intelligence, self-mastery, the science of motivation and change, understanding others and creating resonant relationships, self-awareness and the leader.
AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP with Bill George, professor of management practice at Harvard Business School and former chairman and chief CEO of Medtronic. Topics include: defining an authentic leader, the inner work of leaders, ethics in leadership, why a “more compass” is essential to leadership, spotting authenticity.
HIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP with George Kohlrieser, professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior at IMD and author of the internationally bestselling book, Hostage at the Table: How Leaders can Overcome Conflict, Influence Others, and Raise Performance. Topics include: what it takes to change the mindset of another person, leading through change, attachment and bonding, negotiation, how a leader builds trust.
CREATE TO INNOVATE with Teresa Amabile, the Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration and director of research in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard Business School. Topics include: defining creativity and innovation, managing for creativity, optimizing the creative environment, motivating creativity.
TODAY’S LEADERSHIP IMPERATIVE with Howard Gardner, the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education; named one of the 100 most influential public intellectuals in the world. Topics include: ethics and developing a “common” where people can discuss ethical dilemmas; storytelling in innovation, creativity, and for use as a lever to move people in the right direction.
GETTING BEYOND YES with Erica Ariel Fox, lecturer on negotiation at Harvard Law School and part of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation (PON). Topics include: positions versus interests, separating people from the problem, how to “read a room”, recognizing when you are in a reactive state, getting beyond “yes” in negotiation.
TALENT STRATEGIES with Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, a top global expert on hiring and promotion decisions, and senior advisor of the leading executive search firm Egon Zehnder International. Topics include: seven points of making great people decisions, right ethics (how assessing, appointing and develop the right talent can successfully grow a company), the committee search, EI and people decisions.
LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS beyond the FIFTH DISCIPLINE with Peter Senge, senior lecturer in Leadership and Sustainability at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Topics include: the desire people have for personal mastery in their spiritual and moral development, critical factors for organizations learning and adapting to change, what happens in an organization when the five disciplines take hold.
Each course is customizable, modular training complete with DVD support, PowerPoint presentations, engrossing facilitated discussions, and engaging activities. This package allows you to select one or more of these courses to meet your current needs.
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