Leadership Development Seminars and ecq-based Readings


Washington University in St. Louis



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Washington University in St. Louis

Difficult Conversations


http://www.olin.wustl.edu/executiveeducation/OPP/Pages/UpcomingSeminars.aspx
In today’s collaborative environment, getting things done requires the ability to work across silos, through differences and around a variety of unexpected obstacles. The ability to handle difficult conversations – with direct reports, peers, customers, partners or suppliers – is key to your ability to lead effectively. This interactive session, designed by members of the Harvard Negotiation Project, will offer a framework and practical skills for handling conflict and making sound decisions while maintaining good working relationships.
Dates: May 2, 2013
Location: St. Louis- Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Cost: $750

Contact Number: (314) 935-9494
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Leading Projects: Managing Multiple Stakeholders


http://www.olin.wustl.edu/executiveeducation/OPP/Pages/UpcomingSeminars.aspx
Learn how to develop advanced project stakeholder analyses and to create and implement an effective stakeholder strategy. Organizations depend on projects as vehicles to establish sustainable competitive advantages. Successful project execution requires support from multiple stakeholders. Seminar participants will learn advanced stakeholder management methods by actively participating in a novel simulation, based on a sophisticated academic behavior model – proved to be a powerful tool for learning by doing. Participants will receive an effective framework to help them apply the lessons in the real world, resulting in both sustained long-term relationships with key stakeholders and improved implementation of organizational changes, strategic initiatives and major projects.
Dates: May 15, 2013
Location: St. Louis- Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Cost: $750

Contact Number: (314) 935-9494

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Leading Teams for High Performance


http://www.olin.wustl.edu/executiveeducation/OPP/Pages/UpcomingSeminars.aspx
Day one of this seminar will focus on building foundations of team leadership with productivity drivers, understanding team development and facilitating effective team interactions. Day two of this seminar will focus on sustaining high performance with the five dysfunctions of a team, managing conflict and facilitating difficult conversations.
Dates: February 27-28, 2013 (Two day seminar)
Location: St. Louis- Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Program Tuition: $1,500

Contact Number: (314) 935-9494

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Transformative Leadership Coaching


http://www.olin.wustl.edu/executiveeducation/OPP/Pages/UpcomingSeminars.aspx
Elevate your effectiveness by learning transformative leadership skills.  That is, learn how to turn stressful meetings (e.g., about individual or team performance) into coaching conversations.  Ask questions that help others take more personal responsibility.  Use disagreement to generate learning.   Transform ambivalence and indecision into clear goals, genuine buy-in and concrete results.  And, learn how to convert vulnerability into real strength as a leader.
Date: June 12, 2013

Location: St. Louis- Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Cost: $750



Contact Number: (314) 935-9494

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Tribal Leadership: Unleashing the Power of Creative Collaboration


http://www.olin.wustl.edu/executiveeducation/OPP/Pages/default.aspx
Every organization is a tribe or a network of tribes – groups of 20 to 150 people that form naturally, in which everyone knows everyone else, or at least knows of them. In this highly interactive session led by Dave Logan PhD, the program shows professionals how to upgrade their organization one tribe at a time. The result is unprecedented collaboration and impact. At the heart of this session is Dave Logan’s 10-year study on 24,000 people that mapped, for the first time, five stages of corporate culture and the unique leverage points to nudge a group forward.
Dates: March 5, 2013
Application Deadline: Open Enrollment
Program Tuition: $750 USD


Contact Number: (314) 935-9494
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Negotiation and Conflict Management


http://www.olin.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/Event.aspx?CID=718|Executive Programs Calendar&Referrer=http%3a%2f%2fwww.olin.wustl.edu%2fexecutiveeducation%2fOPP%2fPages%2fUpcomingSeminars.aspx
Negotiation is a fundamental aspect of every manager's job.  This program will use individual assessments, complex business cases and hands-on experiential activities to address your strengths and limitations, enhancing your skills as a negotiator.  The objectives of the program are to develop a general framework that enables you to better prepare for and conduct a wide range of negotiations and to use negotiations to resolve difficult conflicts effectively and efficiently. 

Institutional rules, turf issues and networks of influence shape and constrain the negotiation process in subtle ways.  Learning to anticipate and address these forces should improve your ability to craft agreements that advance your career and the success of your organization.


Date: October 17, 2013

Location: St. Louis

Fee: $750
For more information on these programs please contact: 314-935-9494
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Wharton—University of Pennsylvania



Building Relationships That Work


http://executiveeducation.wharton.upenn.edu/open-enrollment/leadership-development-programs/building-relationships-that-work.cfm

Interactive exercises wrapped around short lectures will introduce you to a series of practical frameworks for building new relationships and improving existing ones. As you focus on the three cornerstones of successful relationships — knowing yourself, understanding others, and developing trust and credibility — you'll develop better listening and questioning skills. You'll work on one of your current relationship challenges through applied practice, small-group work, and reflective sessions and receive individualized feedback on your approach from faculty and peers. You'll leave with a solid understanding of how to transform ineffective patterns, resolve difficult relationships, and build highly collaborative alliances throughout your career.

Learn how to convert business relationships into a network that works for you. Discover how your preferred thinking style affects your interactions with others and how tools such as effective listening will enable you to make and maintain solid business relations.

In this program, you will:



  • Work on one of your current relationship challenges during the program and leave with practical solutions.

  • Revitalize key relationships with colleagues, clients, and suppliers.

  • Develop skills for building ongoing relationships across disciplines and cultures.

  • Learn to reframe situations for innovative solutions.

Program Date: April 15-18, 2013, October 21-24, 2013

Program Tuition: $7,600 USD

Contact Name: Katrina S. Clark

Contact Number: 215-898-1776

Contact Email – execed@wharton.upenn.edu
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Creating and Leading High-Performing Teams


http://executiveeducation.wharton.upenn.edu/open-enrollment/leadership-development-programs/creating-leading-teams.cfm
The dynamics of teamwork are too complex to be understood in the classroom alone. This program provides a distinctive combination of classroom and case work along with daily experiential exercises. It builds upon years of programs by Professor Mike Useem and Wharton Leadership Ventures, which have immersed MBA students and executives in rigorous outdoor challenges around the globe. Senior guest speakers also will offer their experiences from business, the military, and other areas.

Teams drive organizational progress. Yet forming and leading high-performance teams is one of the most complex challenges facing any leader. Creating and Leading High-Performing Teams combines the best insights from research and case studies, tested in the context of hands-on, experiential learning. The program places executives into team challenges in diverse settings — from rowing crew shells to the performing arts. These experiences will change the way you create and lead your own high-performing teams.

In this program, you will:


  • Understand the stages of team formation.

  • Gain hands-on experience in building, participating on, and leading teams in diverse contexts.

  • Understand how team leadership resides in action rather than position.

  • Learn to manage strong individual players within a team and draw out the best from everyone — so the team is more than a sum of its parts.

  • Learn about your own leadership style and its impact on team performance.

  • Build a network of fellow leaders for sharing challenges, insights, and perspectives.


Program Date: June 10-14, 2013, October 7-11, 2013

Program Tuition: $9,400 USD

Contact Name: Katrina S. Clark

Contact Number: 215-898-1776

Contact Email – execed@wharton.upenn.edu
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Leading and Managing People


http://executiveeducation.wharton.upenn.edu/open-enrollment/leadership-development-programs/leading-managing-people-program.cfm
This leadership management program's active-learning approach blends interactive lectures with hands-on experiences that put the principles into practice. Faculty challenge you to examine your own management objectives and leadership style and explain why many of the current methods won't get the results you need. Throughout the program, you focus on one of your own current challenges. You'll experiment with new approaches and behaviors in applied learning sessions, receive constructive feedback and insights from faculty and fellow executives, and leave with specific action steps for resolving current and future challenges.

You’ll see how you affect your employees — positively and negatively — and gain practical tools and frameworks that help you lead them more effectively to achieve the results you need. This program is complementary to Building Relationships That Work, which focuses on revitalizing the relationships that affect the quality and profitability of your business.

In this program, you will:


  • Communicate your leadership objectives with clarity and impact.

  • Strengthen your power of influence and test new approaches for motivating others.

  • Use a “Self-Design” process to make lasting changes in your leadership style and behaviors.


Program Date: March 25-28, 2013, September 9-12, 2013, December 9-12, 2013

Program Tuition: $8,000 USD

Contact Name: Katrina S. Clark

Contact Number: 215-898-1776

Contact Email – execed@wharton.upenn.edu

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