Prepare for the Future Today
You’re surrounded by potential. You have people in your organization who are anxious to do more – be more – than they currently are. To close the gap between solid performer and thriving achiever, they need to be supported. Challenged. Coached. The Emerging Leaders program moves your high-potential talent in the right direction.
Build Your Succession Pipeline
Attention is powerful. When you invest in people and attend to their personal development, they flourish beyond what they could’ve imagined for themselves. And when your employees are functioning as their best selves, your business will be unstoppable.
By engaging in High IMPACT Coaching, your key talent, including mid-level managers, supervisors and high-potential employees, will be well prepared to guide your organization into the future—in their current positions or in their next roles. We tailor your emergining leader program to align with your organization’s unique culture, key competencies and strategic succession plan. With their manager’s guidance, each participant chooses one or two competencies on which to focus, and then drills down on those key areas through one-on-one coaching, cohort-based group activities and related capstone project.
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How the Emerging Leaders Program Works
- Individualized one-on-one coaching
- One-on-one coaching for participants’ managers
- Detailed individual development plan based on your leadership competencies
- Cohort learning sessions
- Hands-on, capstone learning project
- Online competency-building activities and other web-based tools and resources
- Senior leadership support opportunities
- Management involvement to reinforce gains made during the formal coaching process
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