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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Leading Teams through Change $74.95
Knowing When to Take Leadership Risks $74.95
Wanted - Innovation Leaders $74.95
Developing a Business Execution Culture $74.95
Leading Change $74.95
Leading Innovation $74.95
Key Elements of Business Execution $74.95
Aligning Unit Goals and Imperatives $74.95
Leading Your Team through Change $74.95
Building a Leadership Development Plan $74.95
Building Innovation Cultures and Leaders $74.95

Bundle Price: $379.00
Total Savings: $445.45


Leading Teams through Change

Effective leadership is key to change management. Leading Teams through Change discusses the challenges of change management and how to motivate your team during a period of change.
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Knowing When to Take Leadership Risks

This Business Impact illustrates why professionals must take care not to allow fear of failure to turn innovative behavior into risk-averse behavior.
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Wanted - Innovation Leaders

Innovation is important to growth. This impact explores how to nurture innovation leaders.
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Developing a Business Execution Culture

A corporate initiative requires more than just a managerial mandate. Employee buy-in is absolutely essential to ensure success. This challenge focuses on methods for developing a business execution culture.
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Leading Change

Although often a force of progress, change can be disruptive to employees. This challenge focuses on methods for successfully managing change.
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Leading Innovation

Ideas don't come from thin air. This challenge focuses on the on-going process for brainstorming and developing innovative advances.
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Key Elements of Business Execution

Business execution is the 'how' of getting things done. As a leader, you must be skilled in driving strategy in the right direction through business execution. In this course, you'll learn about techniques for fostering a business execution culture. You'll also learn about characteristics of business execution cultures. Finally, you'll learn about the three main elements of business execution: planning, people, and practice.
  • recognize strategies for fostering business execution through actions
  • match business execution culture characteristics to the corresponding types of culture
  • identify the three main elements of business execution
  • identify questions to ask when evaluating a business plan
  • recognize techniques for empowering people in business execution processes
  • identify leadership approaches in the practice element of business execution
  • recognize examples of appropriate follow-up techniques for business leaders
  • recognize the key elements and characteristics of a business execution culture

Aligning Unit Goals and Imperatives

Getting your priorities straight, no matter where you are in your organization, is about keeping a focus on your goals. It requires you to think about the bigger picture to ensure your department's work effectively supports the strategic objectives of your organization. In this course, you'll learn about the importance of setting strategic, tactical and operational goals. You'll also learn how to create effective unit goals and align them with company goals. Finally, you'll learn how to identify imperatives for action that keep you focused on meeting your objectives.
  • recognize the benefits of setting goals
  • distinguish between different kinds of business goals
  • recognize how to set effective goals for organizational units
  • identify consequences of failing to align unit goals with company goals
  • sequence the steps in cascading company-wide goals to unit-level goals
  • recall the steps in determining business imperatives

Leading Your Team through Change

Change is not an event; it is a process. It's important to recognize that your role is to support individuals through the transition and remove obstacles that can hinder a smooth transition from one process to another. In this course, you'll learn about types of resistance and obstacles to change and how to overcome them. You'll also learn about how to overcome barriers to introducing change at your organization. Finally, you'll learn effective approaches for communicating change.
  • match sources of employee resistance to change to examples
  • match types of change resistance to actions for dealing with them
  • recognize various change obstacles in an organization
  • identify tactics for overcoming obstacles to change
  • match information-based roots of inertia with examples of how to overcome them
  • identify examples of ways to overcome action-related employee inertia
  • recognize appropriate ways to communicate change
  • recognize tactics for effectively leading change in your organization

Building a Leadership Development Plan

Creating your own leadership development plan is a significant part of any successful and valuable leadership development strategy. This plan will help ensure you remain focused on what is required to continually grow and develop as a leader. In this course, you'll learn about how to assess yourself as a leader, establish a vision for the future, and identify obstacles to that vision. You'll also learn about practical approaches for setting objectives, identifying appropriate actions, and sustaining your leadership development plan. Finally, you'll learn how to evaluate your plan.
  • identify the key results of a leader's self-assessment process
  • recognize strategies for formulating your leadership vision
  • identify strategies for approaching potential obstacles to your leadership vision
  • recognize characteristics of appropriate goals and objectives for a leadership development plan
  • recall common development actions used to meet objectives
  • recognize strategies designed to help sustain leadership development
  • identify key characteristics of an effective leadership development plan
  • recognize key considerations and strategies for crafting a leadership development plan

Building Innovation Cultures and Leaders

Innovation is a critical component of just about every organization. Building and supporting an innovative culture is a responsibility for leaders and employees across organizational hierarchies. In this course, you'll learn about business innovation cultures and types of innovation leadership. You'll also learn about the importance of committing to aspects of innovation, including experimentation, risk management, and project execution. Finally, you'll learn how to attract and nurture innovation in your organization.
  • match innovation models to their descriptions
  • recall characteristics of committed and passionate innovation cultures and leaders
  • identify characteristics of how business cultures and leaders can support innovation through experimentation
  • describe ways to manage risk in an innovation culture
  • specify ways of ensuring quick project implementation in an innovation culture
  • recognize actions that are likely to nurture innovators
  • identify examples of how to commit to innovation
  • recognize characteristics of an innovation culture and innovation leader
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Leveraging Leadership Techniques e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271388
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $379