Optimal Leadership courses led by our expert leadership consultants:
Build foundational management skills and understand leadership impact to get the most out of employees.
Expand leadership and business perspective, context and awareness to achieve optimal results through employees.
OPTIMAL COACHING: Learn how to diagnose situations, apply perspectives and share insight to guide your employees in development. Build capabilities to address performance challenges and provide guidance for improvement.
OPTIMAL PARTNERSHIP: Define and assess the impact of your key business partners and other stakeholders to improve collaboration and influence to achieve desired results.
OPTIMAL RESOLUTION: Learn techniques to leverage conflict situations to improve relationships and work outputs and increase your effectiveness.
OPTIMAL EFFECTIVENESS: Explore your work style, preferences and behaviors to improve team dynamics, leadership effectiveness and communication.
OPTIMAL VALUE: Embrace the critical roles you play to understand your business, act as an advisor, solve problems and manage change to create value for your business.
OPTIMAL FACILITATION: Improve your presentation and facilitation techniques to engage your audience, optimize the experience and deliver results on your projects.
The Optimization Toolkit is a collection of online tools, resources and workshops designed to cover the basics of leading, managing and developing employees. It is organized with a simple, easy to navigate format and is intended for "just-in-time" use and to reinforce the key learnings from our core programs.
Achieve prioritization and focus through effective goal-setting and alignment:
Structure to organize actions for effectiveness:
Development process and template to grow and develop in role:
Performance improvement process and tools to improve results:
Recognition and engagement to optimize performance:
Team engagement to optimize effectiveness:
Framework for communicating and leading change:
Career development process to enhance employee growth and internal talent: