LMA’s signature leadership development program.
1. Choose your learning Adventure from a series designed to meet your organization’s leadership development needs.
# 1 Emotional Intelligence for Today’s Leaders
Emotional Intelligence is the single greatest contributor to personal excellence and leadership success. This eye-opening workshop will give participants an in-depth look at what it means to be an emotionally intelligent leader and how to achieve EI competencies. It will also focus on the leader’s ability to develop personal self-awareness, manage emotions, and make emotional connections with others.
# 2 Get Out of Your Own Way
Each of us has a perception of reality about how the world works – a mental model. These stories define us, guide thinking, and direct decision- making. Our stories can be both beneficial when they empower us; or they can be detrimental to our success when they limit us and derail us. This actionable workshop will help you to explore the connection between your mental models, blind spots, derailing behaviors, emotions and irrational thinking habits.
# 3 Find Your Calm in the Middle of the Storm
Stress is often the culprit behind leadership failure. When leaders’ stress levels become sufficiently elevated, their ability to call on both emotional and cognitive intelligences to make wise decisions is dramatically impaired. This enlightening workshop will offer leaders under pressure the resources and critical thinking tools required to survive and thrive in today’s fast- paced, chaotic environment.
# 4 Change Your Life By Changing Your Mind
Change is inevitable and resistance to change is natural. Leaders become agents of change when they can skillfully influence the behavior of others. It requires a systematic way of thinking about the question – how do I make lasting change happen? This energizing workshop will expand the leader’s understanding of obstacles to change and give them tools to overcome them.
# 5 Create Your Personal Leadership Brand
As the Hero returns, a shift in focus from self to others occurs. The emphasis becomes, “How may I serve?” as participants learn essential coaching skills that can be used in developing and influencing others. Within the context of creating great workplaces and trust-based cultures, they define their own personal leadership philosophy and acquire foundational leadership behaviors used to motivate, inspire and engage others.
2. Contact us to choose the training format that works best for you.