Energize: Strategic Change Through Leadership Development

  • 11 Sep 2014
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Millyard Museum 200 Bedford Street Manchester, NH 03101


  • ASTD NH Chapter Member pricing
  • Non-Chapter Members

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  • Learn how to help senior executives see the power of leadership development to drive organizational strategy.
  • Understand how to transform regular training into unified learning that can get real business results.
  • Create the culture change you need to support the strategy as part of your leadership development process.

It begins with your organization’s competitive strategy
  • Low cost (think Walmart)
  • Operational excellence (think Amazon)
  • Customer centric (think Nordstroms)
  • Innovative (think Citibank - creators of the ATM)
  • Differentiation (think Southwest Airlines)
Grounded in these strategies, organizations develop strategic goals, both long- term (3-5 years) and short-term (12 months). Using your company’s goals, we’ll then talk about how to determine what competencies are required to meet those goals. (E.g., leadership bench strength, compelling communication, leadership skills, empathy, etc.)

Once the right competencies are chosen, it is time to design a leadership development processes that will achieve the strategy and develop the culture you need.

Make sure that the competencies they learn are truly used, and used well. We use the 40, 20, 40 rule (Robert Brinkerhoff). 40% of the energy and time goes into Aligning--ensuring that the learning will drive the strategic goals of the organization. 20% is spent in teaching the new concepts. The remaining 40% is sustaining the learning in the situations the competencies are needed.

We’ll invite HR leaders from Litle & Company in Lowell, MA, to participate and to answer questions from their perspective as a Leadership University clients.

An author, keynote speaker, and positive change consultant, Bob Faw ignites passion for positive change around the world. As a positive change consultant he ignites energy, growth and development of organizations and individuals in all sectors. Since 1988 Bob has specialized in guiding change where the change journeys are as positive as the results. He’s developed leaders, and energized people across a breadth of organizations. His clients learn to apply user-friendly brain tools in their professional and personal lives to energize sustainable culture change and higher performance.

Bob’s outgoing nature, comedic style, and energizing activities keep engagement and retention high. He includes active learning activities to enhance comprehension, increase retention and develop new skills through practice.

This event is being held at the Millyard Museum in downtown Manchester. All who attend this event will be able to take part in a FREE tour of the museum immediately following the workshop! For more information about the Millyard Museum, please go to their webpage.

If you have any questions, please email us at Email ASTDNH.


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