Our Advanced Leadership program targets your most critical organizational leaders, providing a powerful set of sophisticated tools to support upper-level managers in motivating teams and individuals to meet performance goals and operating results.
Advanced Leadership consists of five training days, two hours of personal coaching, and the opportunity to apply new skills to a current organizational challenge. During the first three days, participants reflect on their personal leadership situations, learn how to enhance their collaborative skills, establish trust, and maximize their impact on teams, cross-functional groups, as well as the entire enterprise. A 90-day application interval allows individuals to work with their peers, receive feedback from their leadership teams, and address a specific, real-world issue for which they are responsible.
Advanced Leadership is available as either an In-house or Cooperative offering. The In-house program is conducted on-site and is configured to meet specific organizational objectives.
Meet Our Facilitators
Claudia Busch Lee, PhD is an organizational consultant, trainer and executive coach who also serves as Adjunct Faculty at the Center for Creative Leadership. Her expertise is in leadership development, developing high performing teams, creativity, communication, conflict resolution, managing change, strategic agility, coaching and feedback. Claudia has created and delivered training for such organizations as National Security Agency and Dow Corning. She is highly skilled in many areas of instrumentation, including the DiSC, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the FIRO-B, Strengths Deployment Inventory and a wide variety of 360-degree feedback instruments.
Elfego Gómez, principal in Gómez & Associates, specializes in the design and facilitation of initiatives to develop the next generation of leaders, supplant team discord with high performance, and synchronize organizational vision and direction. His programs are highly interactive and based upon a broad compendium of approaches including business simulations, action learning projects, and psychometric assessments. Elfego brings over two decades of diverse experience and perspective from work with executive teams in the Fortune 100, supervisors in the U.S. Federal Government, presidents of non-profits, leaders in public education and family owned businesses. He is an adjunct faculty member with Duke Corporate Education and the Center for Creative Leadership.
Build skills to transition from an individual contributor to supervisor
Build individual skill sets and shape a leadership culture within your organization.
Be a more effective leader by balancing interdependencies and mastering the competing values of leadership
Develop high potentials in a shared learning environment