The Leadership Challenge Workshop is a practical, interactive program that engages aspiring and accomplished leaders to learn how to achieve their personal best and improve their leadership effectiveness. Backed by more than 25 years of original research and data from over three million leaders, this program centers on the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership:
The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership approaches leadership as a measurable, learnable, and teachable set of behaviors.
Addressing these soft skills of leadership, communication, being a team player, confidence and resolving conflict.
Instructors: Pam Goedde and Tammy Pickering
Dates and Times: 2 Fridays, December 1 and 8; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: USI @ Innovation Pointe, 318 Main Street, Evansville, Second floor
Registration Fee: $1199; includes LPI - a 360° assessment tool, best selling book, How to Make Extraordinary things Happen in Organizations, course workbook, follow up emails from program facilitators and job aid reference card of the Leadership Practices.
Course Number: CLE550
"The Leadership Challenge program has had a significant impact on our management team and the way they lead in our organization. Learning the five practices of exemplary leadership, being provided with examples during the training, and then walking through the various exercises made it a very impactful learning experience. During the training, and as participants began to intentionally use the five practices in their daily interaction with employees, there has been a positive impact on employee engagement that I fully anticipate will only grow over time."
Mt. Carmel Public Utility Company
"Dearborn County Hospital was looking for a leadership development program to introduce to a management team of 90. One that would bring this group (who had never had any formal leadership development ever at this organization) together as a true leadership team. The Leadership Challenge, as presented by Pam Goedde, was the answer to our need. Ms. Goedde was able to customize the training to our needs and presented in a way that allowed our front line supervisors and our Executive Team to interact, to learn from others and create better leaders for our employees and organization. I would highly recommend this to others no matter the level of leadership development you have."
Director of Organizational Development
Dearborn County Hospital