High performance leaders have teams with superior business results, exceed their goals, and outperform all other teams in their organization and industry.
The High Performance Leadership program—
Utilizing state-of-the-art personality assessments, you will gain a deep understanding of your personality which will enable you to craft your unique, potent leadership style. Each participant will hone their public speaking skills by learning the elements of communicating with clarity and emotional impact, while practicing amongst peers.
The ultimate goal in leadership is to build a high performing team. The High Performance Leadership program will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and experience to build and maintain a high performance team, transforming your leadership potential into a powerful capability limited only by the time and energy you choose to commit.
Monday, September 17 to Friday, September 21, 2012
Each participant will complete the following assessments which will be utilized to craft your unique leadership style.
Turbocharged Leadership utilizes experiential learning in multiple modalities, including:
and follows the learning cycle promoted by psychologist Kurt Lewin and educational theorist David A. Kolb:
Turbocharged Leadership workshops are a fun and balanced mix of information, role plays, small and large group exercises and discussions, as well as individual reflective exercises. Our philosophy is for the participant to learn through experience and to discover the material on their own through the discussions and exercises.
Constructed in 1831, this southern mansion is the perfect setting for developing your leadership skills while steeped in the energy and legacy of leaders past. The Carrick House is conveniently located in downtown Lexington at 312 N. Limestone, within walking distance of hotels and fine dining establishments.
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, Lexington is the largest small town you'll ever have the pleasure to visit. It is a unique blend of bucolic horse farms, agriculture, healthcare, and technology—not to mention the location of the University of Kentucky. While Lexington may be home to over 300,000 people, it retains a small-town feel as you encounter neighbors and friends at diverse music events, art exhibits, ethnic restaurants, and social gatherings in town. The region sports attractions such as the Red River Gorge, artisans, wineries, bourbon distillieries, and craft breweries.
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Discuss your leadership interest with Joel today at 859-539-6882 or email@example.com.
This program requires a minimum of 10 participants registered by August 31. If you have registered for the program please contact Turbocharged Leadership before making non-refundable travel arrangements.