Here’s a sample agenda of a Leadership Program that can be held at Stanford University (or at your organization’s location).
|Monday||Leadership Through Design Thinking||Creativity and the Differences Between Routine and Creative Work||Lunch||Creating Value Through Design Thinking||Building and Leading Creative Teams||Opening Dinner|
|Tuesday||Good Boss, Bad Boss||Scaling-Up Excellence in Teams and Organizations|
|Communication and the Art of Persuasion|
The Leader You Want to Be
What is Decision Leadership? With Case Exercise
|Managing Team Conflict||Lunch||Diagnose situation and design decision process with Case Exercise||Leadership styles||Reception/Networking|
|Thursday||Fostering a Collaborative Project Team Environment||Observing Team Dynamics||Lunch|
Team Timelines: Launches, Learning and Emotions
|Getting the most from Global Teams||Guest Speaker|
Cross Functional Teams
Cross Functional Teams, cont’d
|Lunch||Understanding Program Interdependencies||Managing Complex Program Interfaces and Interdependencies||Closing Dinner|
These courses reinforce and enhance the knowledge participants gained at the face-to-face workshop through online videos and interactive exercises that empower individuals to become more effective leaders and team members.
Using lessons learned at the workshop, participants will be asked to apply leadership techniques within their own company and present the results in a live virtual webinar. Stanford faculty members will provide them with feedback and suggestions.