Alt Text: Weeklong Workshop:
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|
Alt Text: Online Coursework:
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.
Alt Text: Capstone Project:
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.