Emerging Leaders-Hong Kong

Program Description

As you ascend to new levels of management, it's critical that you build on your leadership strengths and learn new ways to achieve greater impact. In this dynamic five-day program, you'll learn all of the critical elements that successful leaders must master to deliver results, including how to set a vision, build and inspire teams, and drive change. You'll reflect on your leadership approach and understand how others perceive you. You will be exposed to cutting-edge leadership strategies, practices, and tools — and receive coaching on how to leverage these next-level practices to achieve your career and organizational goals.

Once complete, you will emerge with new frameworks and tools to help you become a transformational leader of people and teams.

This program is also offered in the United States. Click here for details.


Individual Benefits

  • A deep understanding of how to motivate yourself and inspire others
  • Improved ability to influence and persuade people at all levels
  • An increased ability to drive sustainable change
  • Tools and strategies to better coach and provide feedback to others
  • An understanding of how to leverage relationships and use networks to achieve results

Organizational Benefits

  • Methods for increasing employee motivation and engagement
  • Tools to navigate change while driving organizational priorities
  • Practical methods for peer and direct report coaching
  • Improved productivity as a result of better decision-making, emotional intelligence, and relationship management

The Experience

This fast-paced program attracts participants from a wide variety of industries, organizations, and countries, fostering a dynamic learning environment. The following program topics will be presented through a combination of action-learning activities, simulations, group discussions, team exercises, lectures, case studies, and projects. Before, during, and after the program, content and experiences are customized to participants' unique, personal, and current leadership challenges.

DAy one

INTRODUCTION
  • Why leadership? Why now?
  • Your leadership Challenges
KNOWING YOURSELF: THE LEADER IN YOU
  • Value-based leadership
  • 3E model of charismatic leadership
  • Developing your leadership vision
EXECUTIVE JUDGMENT & DECISION MAKING
  • Why do good people make bad decisions?
  • Developing your judgment and intuition
ASSIGNMENT:
  • Prepare your leadership vision (Bring laptops to class on Tuesday)


DAY TWO

LEADERSHIP VISIONS FOR YOUR TEAM
  • Visualizing the future of your team
TEAM SIMULATION: LEADING CHANGE
  • Creating urgency for your change ideas
  • Getting buy-in
  • Overcoming resistance to change
  • Achieving the change results you seek
COACHING & DEVELOPING YOUR TALENT
  • Why coach?
  • Coaching models
  • Coaching roles
  • Designing coaching sessions
  • Coaching and diversity
  • Coaching yourself
DEFINING YOUR LEGACY


DAY FIVE

Your path to realizing your leadership potential Leadership action plans


In Their Words:

"The Ross tools are helping me inspire better results from everyone I work with." Sabina Gasper, Sr. Director, Outcomes Research, Animal Health, Pfizer, Inc. Read Sabina's story.


Toolbox

Five Ways to Enable Extraordinary Performance — Scott DeRue

How to put positive leadership principles to work immediately:

1. Frame staff's positive qualities, existing strengths, and past successes as opportunities for building on existing excellence.

2. Approach negative experiences with a positive orientation to enhance their developmental value.

3. Link and reinforce positive experiences over time to foster positive development cycles.

4. Recognize others' struggles and respond by providing feedback, mentoring, coaching, training, and resources.

5. Give frequent feedback about the positive contribution or impact your colleagues have on others.

Gretchen Spreitzer: Being Happy at Work is Nice, But Thriving is Better and More Productive

  • Visualizing the future of your team
  • The challenges of teamwork
  • Your role as team leader
    • Defining the team
    • Designing the team
    • Managing the team
  • Building leadership capacity in your team
  • Developing a plan for building and developing your team
  • Procedural and interpersonal tactics of influence
  • Weapons of influence
  • Understanding the benefits of social capital
  • Building effective networks
  • Managing organizational networks
  • Creating urgency for your change ideas
  • Getting buy-in
  • Overcoming resistance to change
  • Achieving the change results you seek
  • Why coach?
  • Coaching models
  • Coaching roles
  • Designing coaching sessions
  • Coaching and diversity
  • Coaching yourself
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Who Should Attend

  • High-potential, mid-level managers with three to ten years of experience
  • Managers in their first or second leadership role
TYPICAL TITLES INCLUDE:

Manager, Senior Manager, Director, Group Leader, Team Leader

Takeaways & Tools

Develop a leadership mindset that will allow you to coach and counsel for peak performance

• Obtain an increased ability to manage through potentially disruptive change

• Build an understanding of how to motivate yourself and others

• Gain practical tools to effectively manage relationships and achieve organizational goals

• Create an enhanced ability to utilize feedback to develop yourself and your team

  • Benefit from a complementary executive coaching session with faculty during and after the program
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Tuition & Fees

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The program fee includes tuition, books, instructional materials, and coffee breaks. Fee is payable in advance in US dollars and is subject to change. See our Cancellation, Transfer and Substitution Policy.