Business Case for enrolling your Managers in IMPACT! Leadership Development Program:

 

In order to build a stronger company, you must build a stronger talent pipeline.

 

Reward your managers by equipping them with the necessary success and leadership skills in managing their roles more effectively.

 

Here's Why.

 

Your managers play a bigger role in building a pipeline of thriving talent than they may realize, and it’s increasingly important that you empower them to do this successfully. Failure to provide your emerging leaders with the support they need is a very real business problem.

 

 

 

Robinson & Associates Consulting LLC  

Founded in 2004 our national firm's specialty is to help increase performance impact of your greatest asset – people – through leadership and organizational development. We specialize in leadership development programs, training and facilitation, and executive coaching for both individuals and teams.

 

Amy L. Robinson, Founder

Known as “The Leadership Lady” Amy and her colleagues coach 1:1 and groups in developing the following skills:

Influencing

Communication

Coaching

Delegating

Feedback

Creating Vision

Emotional Intelligence

Strategic Thinking & Planning

Time Management

Team Effectiveness

Goal-setting

Productivity & Organization

and more

 

 

IMPACT! 

Leadership Development Program for Managers

 

A virtual, interactive six-month group coaching program that helps emerging and senior managers through skills-training, group and private coaching, focus on developing the leadership skills necessary to effectively manage and lead People, Problems, Strategy and Processes.

 

Next cohorts begins Fall 2021.

 

Tier I: Emerging Leaders

Tier II: Senior Leaders (VPs and Senior Directors)

 

To register, email Amy at Amy@AmyLRobinson.com or call 832-419-0639.

 

 

 

 

Business Case for Participating

 

Due to their constant and often changing demands, managers play a bigger role in building a pipeline of thriving talent and achieving business results in your company than they may even realize.

It is increasingly important that you empower them to lead and influence others most effectively.

  

Who enrolls

 

Both your emerging and senior managers of people. From recently promoted star performers through more seasoned managers who need updated tools to lead and manage themselves and others in the changing landscape of the workplace.

 

Tier I: Emerging Leaders
Being an effective manager takes work and different from an individual contributor. If you are new to the role with little or no training, you will discover there is a difference between being a great employee and managing great employees.
 
Tier II: Senior Leaders
As you gain traction in achieving results through the efforts of others, seasoned managers require new and updated skills and tools when balancing tactical with strategic, adapting to the constant changes, bridging different work styles and building your team.

 

Curriculum

 

IMPACT! helps managers of all levels focus on developing the leadership skills necessary to effectively manager and lead People, Problems, Strategy and Processes across major areas of Leadership Development:

 

  • Moving from Doer to Leader: A Manager's Role and Responsibilities
  • Thinking Strategically: Pivot from Tactical to Strategic
  • Communicating and Influencing: Empower and Motivate Others
  • Developing Interpersonal Skills: Be an Emotionally Intelligent Leader

 

 

 

August 

The Primer

Skills Training: Prioritizing, setting goals, assessing strengths and areas for growths

Each manager will begin IMPACT! privately coaching with Amy in determining three goals for the program (with manager's input), customizing 360-degree feedback questions, and taking assessments to highlight his or her strengths and areas for growth.

Participants with the input of their managers and Amy will develop a Personal Development Plan highlighting their Vision and Goals for the duration of the program.

Assessments administered:

1) 360-degree feedback survey (including collaborative questions)

2) MBTI Communication Style Report

 

 

 

September

From Doer to Leader: A Manger’s Role and Responsibilities 

Skills Training: Creating Vision 

We kickoff our training and group sessions in the areas of what managers today are facing as both challenges and opportunities in their roles, functions, and work responsibilities. What anchors us amidst the transitions? Vision and an awareness of our strengths and others we work with. 

We will explore as a cohort how to solve problems, make decisions, and respond with agility in this fast-paced and changing workplace. We will also explore how we shift mindset and practices “From Doer to Leader.”

 

 

October

Thinking Strategically: Pivot from Tactical to Strategic

Skills Training: Thinking Strategically 

In a single workday, managers pivot their roles and responsibilities between working for someone, being the boss, and working at the peer level with others to have more influence. How best to navigate short term focus (your day to day role) with the longer term (organizational strategy)?

Developing a strategic mindset requires seeing the big picture, seeing patterns in relationships and processes, and dealing with the uncertainties and trade-offs that are part of the complexities of organizations. 

Too often due to the superficial nature of the role, managers get hung up in the weeds, details, and doing-ness of work. Thinking Strategically requires a different mindset and way of doing work. Gain impact by 1) seeing the big picture, 2) focusing on what matters at department level and level of the organization, 3) being future focused.

 

 

November

Communicating and Influencing: Empower and Motivate Others

Skills Training: Communicating, Influencing, Developing Others 

Whether you are online or in-person, the ability to communicate effectively with others is more important than ever. Communication is a core leadership function, requiring the ability to think with clarity and express ideas and information to a multitude of audiences. Effective communication is also about listening, asking questions, and aligning words and actions.

Understand the people you work with and their communication style to build your influence and get things done. How well you read others, and how quickly you pivot to bridging styles, impacts your ability to influence most effectively.

We will compare your own style for Communicating using the MBTI Report  with different styles in our cohort. You will learn that your way of thinking and acting is not the only way and others think and act quiet differently from your own style. Learn how to bridge the differences and empower and influence others through what motivates them in order to achieve the needed results.

 

 

December

Private Coaching with Amy on special area of concentration.

 

 

January 

Be an Emotionally Intelligent Leader

Skills Training: Ability to manage yourself and others through EI  (Emotional Intelligence)

Transitioning to a leader of people is a challenge. As you continue your leadership journey, what you do and how you accomplish things during this part of the trip will be the experience that propels you further down the leadership road. And it all starts and ends with You. For example, how well you know your strengths as they apply to your role and the strengths of others you work with in their roles.

Research shows that Emotional Intelligence is one of the most important factors in leader success, interpersonal relationships, collaboration, and mental health. Most people are under-using their Emotional Intelligence strengths. Many are unaware of areas that need a little tweaking. Increased awareness translates to better performance, less stress and increased engagement.

 

 

 

Logistics and Pricing

 

  • A blended learning environment of skills-training, and both group and private coaching.
  • A written Progress Report is issued to participant's manager upon completion of program.
  • Cohorts will meet two times each month in September, October, November and January, for both instructional skills-training and group coaching to work on real-time issues. In addition, one private call with Amy per month.
  • August and December are weekly private coaching with Amy with special concentrations.
  • Two assessments are administered: 360-degree feedback and MBTI Communication Style Report.

 

Dates of Training Sessions:

September  17

October  15

November  12

January 14, 2022

 

Dates of Group Coaching Sessions:

September  24

October  29

November  19

January 28, 2022

 

Meeting times (all EST):

Tier I (Emerging Leaders): 10am - 11:30am

Tier II (Senior Leaders): 1:30pm - 3:00pm 

 

Pricing:

 $ 6, 696.00/participant

A group discount of $400.00 per each 2nd, 3rd and 4th employee. 

Limit four employees from same company and can be applied across IMPACTS! Tier I and Tier II as well as enrollment in Aspire Higher women's leadership development program.

No refunds.

 

 

Questions or to register, contact Amy directly at 832-419-0639 or Amy@AmyLRobinson.com.