The first half of this module provides leaders with the information they need to realize their full leadership potential. Prior to the session, leaders will have an opportunity to complete the Leadership Practices Inventory™-Self and submit feedback from staff under their supervision. An extensive 16-page report will be provided with an accompanying workshop. Participants will complete a workbook that will help them make the most of their LPI Feedback Report, appreciate how others see their leadership behavior and understand how to use that information to become the most effective leader possible.
This module with supplementary text is about how leaders mobilize staff to want to get extraordinary things done in their organizations. It’s about the leadership required to transform values into actions, visions into realities, obstacles into innovations, separateness into solidarity and risks into rewards. This session helps leaders create the climate in which people turn challenging opportunities into remarkable success.
The second half is a guided experience to assist leaders in the construction of their leadership development plan. During the first session, the participants will have gone through a series of activities to help them understand the information in their feedback report, make a short-term improvement plan and strategize on how to share the results.
This section assists in the development of a long-range plan that is customized to meet individual needs.
Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro: Rua da Candelária 9, 3º andar, Centro.
Target audience: executives, managers and supervisors in profit and non-profit organizations; Human Resources professionals.
The candidate must have at least five years of experience in a leadership position and a recommendation letter from the responsible manager.
Deadline: November 17, 2014
All lectures and discussions will be held in English, proficiency is required.
Building on emerging research and best practices, this workshop aims to:
(1) provide leaders with a theoretical framework to understand their leadership practice within their organizations,
(2) help leaders make the connection between their leadership style, practice and organizational effectiveness, and
(3) develop a mindset of data-based reflection and action regarding leadership decisions and practices.
This course is designed for those who want to explore the use of emotional and social intelligence to foster learning in the workplace as leaders.
By the end of this workshop, the participants would be able to:
• Understand how members of their organization view them and their leadership practices.
• Explore best practices for effective leadership
• Align their self-leadership assessment with that of their colleagues
• Manage their leadership practice to foster a better organizational climate
• Build a personal leadership development action plan to improve organizational effectiveness
Dr. Brian K. Perkins is the Director of the Summer Principals Academy - New Orleans at Teachers College, Columbia University. He is the former Chair and Professor of Education Law and Policy at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut. Dr. Perkins successfully led both programs to full NCATE accreditation. Dr. Perkins is a distinguished Yale alumnus and was named a Timothy Dwight Fellow in 2004. He was a member of the research faculty at the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Perkins was an instructor at the Yale University Department of Chemistry and was awarded the distinguished teaching award for instruction in Inorganic Chemistry Problems. He has served as a consultant to school districts throughout the he U.S., Brazil, Israel, Thailand, the People’s Republic of China, India and the Republic of South Africa. Dr. Perkins has previously served as a visiting professor at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Dr. Perkins is the host of his own Internet radio show, The Perkins Platform, which is a monthly forum on education leadership topics with thousands of listeners.