LEADING EFFECTIVELY WEBINARSFrom first-time managers to senior executives, the Leading Effectively webinars offer engaging sessions on a number of relevant topics. These 60-minute live and on-demand webinars are delivered by leadership development content experts. Fees are $120 per webinar for each viewing. Become a myCCL Premium member and pay only $36 per webinar; a 70% savings!
Upcoming Live Webinars
- Leading Change: It Starts with a Shift in Beliefs - October 3, 2017 (FREE!) Change in the workplace is inevitable. However, change management research shows that organizational change initiatives fail more often than they succeed, despite the tremendous resources put into them.
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Become the boss that everyone wants to work for with practical, actionable tips and advice for first-time managers and new frontline leaders. (More)
During this session, futurist, leadership consultant and master-simplifier Bill Jensen will share the secrets and crucial trends he’s learned from leaders across the world. (More)
Trust – it’s an essential part of effective leadership and it’s no exaggeration to say that trust in a leader can shape an organization’s morale, retention of employees, ability to innovate and more. (More)
If a team isn’t getting results, it is common to ask: Is there a leadership problem here? While the person in charge may have issues, a leadership problem doesn’t necessarily mean you have a “leader” problem. (More)
Trying to develop new or front-line managers? Looking for suggestions and best practices in preparing and mentoring these key leaders to strengthen your leadership bench and build your leadership pipeline? Perhaps you are looking for a mentor yourself and want to get the most from a mentoring relationship? (More)
Resilience Isn’t Futile: How Brain-science Can Help Us Thrive in Increasingly Complex Work Environments
Today, it is no longer enough for leaders to be experts in their fields and authorities in their organizations. Today’s leaders need to be able to manage chaos and uncertainty. (More)
Influence is an essential component of leadership, especially in a nonprofit environment. Since relationships are vital for a nonprofit’s success, a leader needs to be able to influence employees, volunteers, and stakeholders in order to meet the challenges ahead. (More)
High potential employees are among an organization’s most valuable strategic assets. Their ability to successfully navigate challenges in an increasingly complex and uncertain environment in which neither the problem nor the solution is clear, is critical to organizational success. High potentials are as rare as they are valuable, typically comprising only a small percentage of the organization’s employee population. (More)