Leadership Development

“An organization will never outperform its leadership team,” claims John Maxwell. MBC provides leadership development for senior executives to first time supervisors. Strength-en your company’s leadership and productivity with MBC’s leadership development that is designed to align with your corporate culture for maximum effectiveness.

The best organizations are those that have strong leadership. True leaders are those who can influence, inspire and motivate other people to voluntarily perform at high levels of achievement. Many leaders are promoted into management position based upon technical expertise, not necessary leadership proficiency. Mangers tend to learn along the way what works and what doesn’t work sometimes creating collateral damage along the way. By embracing a proactive Leadership Development curriculum you minimize the collateral damage to your organization, maximize the positive leadership abilities of your managers and stretch your organizational potential.

MBC’s Workshop Overview:

A variety of facilitation will be presented:
  • • Whole group discussion (15-20 min intervals)
  • • Individual assessments
  • • Exercises completed in pairs
  • • Exercises completed in small groups
  • • Experiential activities
  • • Group seating changed to encourage different pairing, sharing ideas, etc.


Strategic Leadership Academy I: Influential Leadership
  • Module 1: Optimize Productivity Through Self Awareness and Discovery
  • Module 2: Increase Your Strategic Position (Becoming a Strategic Business Partner)
  • Module 3: Become an Internal Coach and Consultant | Individual coaching session with instructor.
  • Module 4: Close the Gap: Become a Change Master and Project Presentations

Strategic Leadership Academy II:
  • Module 5: Lead Strategically Through Vision and Alignment
  • Module 6: Lead for the Future Through Execution

Executive Management Series (selected topics)
  • Maximize Employee Performance Through Communication
  • Leadership Academy Highlights (2-4 days)
  • Create a Strategic Climate
  • Lead Strategically Through Vision and Alignment
  • Lead for the Future Through Execution

The Leadership Academy I, II and III
  • Supervisor and Employee Relationships
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Making Effective Presentations and Meetings
  • Productive Work Climates
  • Problem Employees
  • Staffing
  • Delegating and Training
  • Performance Appraisals I: Setting Goals
  • Performance Appraisals II: Writing the Performance Appraisal
  • Managing Yourself I: Planning, Prioritizing – Managing Time
  • Managing Yourself II: Managing Stress
  • Business Writing
  • Program Management
  • Managing Your Environment – Decision Making, Problem Solving
  • Building Teams
  • Choices and Challenges to Leadership
  • Leading into Tomorrow
  • Individual Presentations
  • Group Project
  • Leadership Academy II
  • Leadership Academy III
  • Leadership University – Individual Modules
    (Human Resource Topics Bolded)
  • Business Communication: Writing for Results
  • Coaching: Getting the Best From Everyone
  • Communication: Understand and Be Understood
  • Conflict Management and Prevention
  • Delegation: Delegating for Results
  • Diversity and Sensitivity: Promoting a Respectful Workplace
  • Goal Setting: Maximize Performance
  • Interviewing Skills: Hire the Best!
  • Leadership: Optimizing Performance
  • Managing Change: Taming the Change Monster- Surviving and Thriving Through Change
  • Managing Problem Employees: Positive Progressive, Accountability and Discipline
  • Motivating and Retaining and Engaging Employees
  • Performance Appraisals that Motivate
  • Presentations Skills: Inform, Inspire and Influence with Confidence!
  • Sexual Harassment: Creating an Awareness for Managers and Understanding Employee Rights/Responsibilities
  • Supervision: First Time Supervisor
  • Teambuilding: Championship Teamwork Everyone Makes a Difference
  • Time Management: Managing Time and Priorities
  • Work Life Balance: Juggling Your Second Shift!
  • Workplace Violence: Recognition and Prevention Strategies
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