Remarkable Leadership for Uncertain Times
Who you are
You’re unsettled by the current situation yet you know that you can do this. What got you here won’t get you there, but you’ve got it in you to be a great leader. You’re eager to learn and want to become more effective at managing people in uncertain times. You have an open mind and are willing to try new things. This program is applicable to people from every industry and at all levels.
What is the format?
- Eight, 3-hour virtual classroom sessions covering the core modules of leadership and management. See the course modules
- Eight, 1-hour 1-on-1 virtual training sessions.
- Pre-work case studies from real world situations that help you learn and apply techniques in your environment.
What makes this online program unique?
Our online classes include breakout sessions to test the techniques and practice. We also go beyond the classroom by helping you implement what you learn in 1:1 training sessions. During 1:1s, you will learn how to overcome your specific leadership and management challenges, and build resiliency throughout your organization.
What are the dates?
April 2020: Eight sessions starting April 2020. Final dates TBD. Accepting registrations now.
- Leading Change
- Leading, Managing, and Getting Sh*t Done
- Communication: The Organization’s Lifeblood
- Setting Expectations and Delegation
- Tough Talk
- Managing Yourself and Managing Up
- Developing People
What does it cost?
$3,995 + GST per participant.
Is financial assistance possible?
Yes! Many businesses are eligible for financial assistance via the B.C. Employer Training Grant program (BC ETG). Under their Workforce Training Stream, eligible employers may receive up to 60% of eligible training costs, up to a maximum of $5,000 per participant. Other grant funding may become available given current circumstances. Please contact us for more details.
Who are the instructors?
- Tara Landes is the Founder and President of Bellrock Benchmarking. She earned her MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario.
- Gabriel Dhahan is a Manager and Consultant at Bellrock Benchmarking. He earned his MBA from Royal Roads University and the Family Enterprise Advisor (FEA) designation from Family Enterprise Xchange.
- Adam Holcombe is a Manager and Consultant at Bellrock Benchmarking. He earned his MBA from the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University.
- Anna Migicovsky is a Consultant at Bellrock Benchmarking. She earned her MBA from the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University.
Where will classes be held?
Online! Virtual meeting details will be released prior to the first class.
What others are saying
Our training program consists of the following modules:
- Leading Change – Participants will learn how to lead change by addressing the need for understanding, WIIFM, education, ability, and reinforcement of any change initiative.
Concepts Covered: Change communication best practices, common implementation roadblocks, how to motivate individuals toward change, and training best practices.
- Leading, Managing, and Getting Sh*t Done – This module introduces participants to the differences between leading and managing, the art and science of both, and how to be productive in a world full of urgent but not important distractions.
Concepts covered: Leadership vs. management, model for managing, change matrix, power models, time management, reducing distraction, and how to take breaks.
- Communication: The Organization’s Lifeblood – Participants will understand why meetings are simultaneously the most vivified management tool and the most efficient form of communication when done well, especially in virtual environments. Learn how to facilitate constructive participation and avoid death by meeting.
Concepts Covered: Strategic vs. tactical meetings, huddles, departmental meetings, setting agendas, the role of leader and chair, and setting ground rules.
- Setting Expectations and Delegation – This module teaches participants communication best practices for them to work through their staff to get things done. This includes not just setting expectations, but also the feedback and follow-through needed to achieve the desired results.
Concepts covered: Expectation setting best practices, stretch goals, SMART goal setting, verbal upfront contracts, CPQQRT Q3, and 1-on-1 meetings.
- Tough Talk: How to Have the Conversations You’ve Been Avoiding – Participants will learn to identify when tough talk is necessary, how to prepare for tough conversations, and practice the art of better communication. They will know how to create a safe environment for communication to unfold and develop an action plan to deal with their toughest roadblocks. They will also learn how to coach others to address the roadblocks in their way and create an environment of direct, non-personal feedback.
Concepts Covered: Identification of tough talk situations, using KIND (kind, intentional, non-threatening, but direct) communication, personal styles, establishing personal goals, controlling emotions, and communication escalation.
- Motivation – Studies show that in about 85% of companies, employees’ morale sharply declines after their first six months – and continues to deteriorate for years afterwards. This module teaches participants what they can do to prevent that decline and keep their employees engaged and motivated.
Concepts covered: Model for motivation, capitalizing on strengths, managing around weaknesses, giving praise, self-motivation, ARCTIC, and managing different responses to expectations.
- Managing Yourself and Managing Up – Participants will discover how to absorb feedback in healthy ways, their personal styles of receiving feedback, working in teams, learning styles, and how to explain these traits to others. Also, when and how to ask for help. They will also sleuth out boss’ tendencies and how to manage up.
Concepts Covered: Introversion / extroversion, strengths and weaknesses, communication styles, and sharing methodology.
- Developing People – This module teaches participants how to develop staff in a way that lets them define a career that fits the needs of both the company and the staff member. Companies can increase retention and focus their training budgets on areas that will have the greatest impact.
Concepts covered: Coaching and mentoring, effective relationships, educational development, career pathing, improving engagement, succession planning, and developing managers into leaders.
Private Company Training
Private company training is ideal for companies that would like the training delivered to their company only or would like to customize the curriculum. They must have ten or more employees that wish to participate in the program. Programs can be held virtually, at Bellrock, or at client facilities.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in, call 604-499-1526 or email [email protected].