Most leaders have ascended to their positions because they excelled at a technical skill previously in their career. However, we all know that leading people is dramatically different than executing those technical skills. The vast majority of leaders in society have received no formal leadership training yet these roles have an incredible impact on the bottom line of the organization and the lives of the people they lead. VIP² offers a comprehensive leadership development process that includes a 3-day leadership training program, a leadership training guide manual and ongoing upward feedback surveys for continuous improvement.
A dynamic, “real world” leadership training program, applicable for all levels of leadership including front-line leaders, emerging leaders and executives, that will fully immerse leaders in the VIP² (Values-Driven, Informed, Passionate People) philosophy.
The scope of the session is looking at leadership, front-line people and work environment through a different lens and the focus is on the connections
between work environment, leadership and bottom-line results. Participants will also learn the specific VIP² leadership responsibilities and how
to successfully execute them.
In this powerful three-day program, leaders leave viewing their roles in a very different light, including how they view the people they lead. This session is led by former Caterpillar executive Jon Harrison and a few of his most trusted colleagues.
This module shows the “formula” for establishing a VIP² work environment in your organization, and details the actions, pro-jects, etc. that are used to make it a reality.
In VIP² Leadership, participants learn the 8 key leadership responsibilities and complementary “I” statements that can build a framework to establish a customized leadership “owners manual” that can be used as a daily guide to reinforce leadership skills and tactics.Evaluating Your Leadership Performance
Great leaders are open to learning, coaching, receiving feedback and will focus on continuous improvement. Learn how the leadership guide, the “I” statements, leader evaluation forms and upward feedback can help de-velop your leadership goals, skills and performance.