Leadership Compass: A Guided Learning Journey

Leadership Compass: A Guided Learning Journey

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The Leadership Compass: A Guided Learning Journey PROGRAM OVERVIEW Participants spend less than 20 hours spread across a six-week, guided learning journey, building a solid foundation of leadership skills while learning to be a self-aware, conscious leader who manages with confidence, vision and trust. The Leadership Compass is a blended learning solution that mixes hands-on virtual training sessions led by senior expert facilitators and self-guided study of varied interactive content, with social sharing exercises to drive engagement among the participants. This Guided Learning Journey builds the critical skills needed to drive the best performance from a team, as well as from the participants themselves. PROGRAM FEATURES n 6-week guided learning journey – Less than 20 hours of total time commitment n 20-minute self-assessment – Optional one-on-one laser coaching session n 6 one-hour virtual workshops, held at the start of each week – Dynamic, collaborative virtual classroom environment n 5 one-hour team coaching sessions, or learning circles, held at the end of the week – Small groups of 4-7 promotes peer-to-peer mentoring and trust n About an hour or less of self-paced activity and exercises each week n 24/7 online access to engaging and interactive content – Videos, podcasts, case studies and more n A social platform designed to promote online interaction and sharing among participants n A digital classroom where you can keep private notes and reflections ORGANIZATIONAL BENEFITS n Eliminate time away from the office through blended, virtual training n Ensure participants apply skills back on the job through team coaching n Improve networking and sharing across teams n Foster and develop the talent of your most promising leaders n Create a consistent learning journey across global teams WHO SHOULD ATTEND Managers who want to improve performance through better guidance and support of their direct reports and teams, including: n First Level Managers of Managers (One level above those Managers managing Individual Contributors) n Experienced Frontline Managers (Managers of Individual Contributors with potential to advance to the next level)

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