San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Build A Winning Company Culture
Coaching Leaders to Improve Organizational Performance
Organizations of all types and sizes face unprecedented challenges…Available resources continue to diminish in the face of increasing demands on performance – at all levels. All organizations are affected -- schools, hospitals, non-profits, and government organizations. “Change management” can no longer meet the challenge…technology innovation and cost reduction strategies have now reached optimal cost/benefit limits. Transformational Leadership is now required to help organizations move to higher levels of performance.
Coaching managers and executives to become transformational leaders is what this two-day seminar is all about. It is based on the applied research and practice of Stanley D. Truskie, Ph.D., an international executive coach, researcher, writer and university professor. Dr. Truskie’s book, Leadership in High-Performance Organizational Cultures, Second Edition (2010) provides a proven leadership model that has be used in conjunction with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) in successfully developing transformational leaders.
Benefits and Outcomes
Gain the tools you need to successfully coach managers/executives….and turn them into Transformational Leaders!
· Gain the complete confidence and commitment of leaders you coach
· Assess the critical leadership factors that really count
· Give feedback that is meaningful, useful – and has impact
· Devise a personal plan that results in real positive change and improved leadership
· Coach and help leaders transform and improve the performance of their organizations
· Bring out the best in leaders you coach
Key Learning Points
· Learn a leadership coaching process that develops transformational leaders
· Understand the key points of changing leadership behaviors
· Define organizational leadership and transformational change
· Understand the two critical tasks of organizational leadership
· Discover the link between organizational culture and performance
· Learn the Leader’s role in changing the organization’s culture
· Understand your role as a coach during the change process
· Participate in case studies and role playing that make this an action packed two-day seminar
Who Should Attend
This program should be of interest to individuals who teach, coach and train aspiring managers, supervisors, mid-level managers and executives. Past participants have included leadership trainers, HR specialists, consultants, mentors, and executive coaches. Anyone who is in a position to develop managers and executives to become transformational leaders will benefit from this program. Prior knowledge and experience with the MBTI is helpful, but not necessarily required to attend and benefit from this program.
An abbreviated version of this program has been offered in association with the Consulting Psychologists Press (CPP) through a webinar (02/10/2011) and White Paper (www.cpp.com). A half-day workshop was presented at the International Conference of the Association of Psychological Type International, APTI (www.aptinternational.org) Conference in San Francisco (08/08/2012). And another half-day workshop was presented at the Academy of Management annual meeting In Boston MA. A total of over 1800 participants will have have attended all programs.
Past Participant Comments
Hi Stan -
Really enjoyed your webinar - very informative. I have used the MBTI for years with clients, and I love this added dimension relative to culture.
Annette Kane-Shine, SPHR
Sr. Organization Development & Training Specialist
Hey, Stan! Thank you so much for sharing your expertise on cultures and using MBTI for transformational leadershipI'm an ENFP, too! This is the work that I love and was meant to do! Thanks, Stan!
I listened to the webinar you held this morning on Coaching Transformational Leaders with the Myers-Briggs tool. I found this morning’s webinar very interesting. I have a M.A. degree in Organizational Leadership so I found the model quite thought provoking.
Mary Lou Dresbach
Director of Community Outreach, Human Resources and Agency Services
Minnesota Office of Higher Education
Thank you for such an enjoyable learning experience yesterday and I would like to participate in a one day workshop to expand and apply your concepts. I look forward to hearing from you. As an INFP I have had to learn to balance my natural tendencies to see most situations as a “work in progress.”
Career Coaching and Job Search Strategies
Professional Development Coaching
Thanks so much for a great webinar. I would be interested in being notified about the workshop you are planning.
Principal Learning & Development Specialist Medtronic Cardiovascular Santa Rosa California
I am a PhD student who is interested in your coaching workshop.
Thank you for your webinar – it is a very nice intro to transformational leadership coaching.
Rate Case Coordinator
Tariff Application and Compliance Department
Otter Tail Power Company
I attended your webinar last week on coaching transformational leaders using type. I would be interested in attending a one-day workshop on this topic. I have no preference for when this would occur but would prefer a workshop in the Southern California area.
I look forward to hearing from you. Great information! Thank you.
Shondi Lee, M.Ed.
Principal Human Resources Analyst
Educational Support Program Manager
Center for Government Excellence
Thank you so much for this wonderful presentation and for sharing your insights.
I found this webinar to be very useful and interesting. I am looking forward to receiving your slides.
I was happy to be able to focus more attention on you and worry less about taking thorough notes.
Liza Marie Raiser
Organizational Behavior Specialist
Raytheon Missile Systems
I just attended your CPP webinar. I really enjoyed it. I would be very interested in a workshop (one -half or one day) on your leadership coaching model. I am very interested in coaching multinational leaders and teams and am wondering what sort of experience you have using your 'cultural' model with global and international teams.
I live in Chicago, by the way.
Mary Lawrence Wright
CEO, Corporate Compass Worldwide
Enjoyed the CPP seminar today…….I believe your applications are real and pertinent, thanks,
Patrick Moore MA LAPC
Substance Abuse Specialist / Education Coordinator Kennesaw State University Counseling & Psychological Services Collegiate Recovery Center 1000 Chastain Road, MB0117 Kennesaw, GA 30144-
Dr. Truskie - thank you so much for a most informative webinar. I became certified in MBTI last year so this was a very rich experience for me.
Thank you so much.
Linda St. John | Vice President, Human Resources Fallon Community Health Plan |
Thanks for the webinar today. I found it immensely helpful. I’d be interested in a follow-up seminar to the webinar today. I work in the area of training & coaching in a religiously based non-profit. While your material is in the context of the corporate arena, I see direct applications to what we do. I’d be interested in taking this a step further.
Director of Equipping
That was a very good presentation today for CCP. I’ve been using MBTI for 20 years and stumbled upon your findings through my experience coaching leaders. I use the MBTI tool to help leaders understand their style and how they lead others. I’m very interested in learning more about how you have linked the org culture to the preferences and coach leaders. Thanks
The Organizational & Human Resource Development Practice
Walt Hogan, President
When & Where
Stan Truskie, Ph.D.
STANLEY D. TRUSKIE, PH.D.
International Executive Coach, University Professor, Author, Speaker, and Corporate Consultant
Dr. Truskie is a renowned international executive coach, professor of organizational leadership, writer, speaker, and corporate consultant. He is author of the best seller among thought leaders, Leadership in High-Performance Organizational Cultures, 2nd Edition. Dr Truskie has also authored numerous articles, books, white papers and presented at over 200 seminars, workshops, business meetings, professional conferences and executive retreats.
He has been featured in newspapers and national publications including the Wall Street Journal. He served on the Blue Ribbon Commission on CEO Succession Planning sponsored by the National Association of Corporate Directors. He helped author the Commission’s publication on which now serves as a guide to boards of directors nationally and internationally. The Commission consisted of a wide range of leaders representing directors, shareholders, CEO’s, scholars, and professional advisors.
Dr. Truskie has over 25 years of experience in consulting with many organizations in areas including board governance, executive assessment and development, management/leadership training, strategic planning, organizational culture alignment, team building, and performance improvement. He has coached over 100 CEO's and senior executives from business, financial, and Fortune 500 companies.
Dr. Truskie designs and conducts leadership seminars for companies and consults with senior executive management in the selection and development of leaders at all levels of the organization. His research and professional client list includes corporations such as AT&T, IBM, Gillette, H. J. Heinz, GlaxoSmithKline, Lockheed Martin, Merck & Company, Pitney Bowes, Mellon Financial, US Steel, and Xerox.
He has conducted original studies in management and executive behavior. His work, The President/CEO Study describes attributes of top executives from over 200 major U.S. corporations and has been widely used and referenced as a guide to CEO selection. Another major study he conducted, CEO Performance Evaluation, is currently used by many boards of directors as a reference to designing and implementing a CEO performance evaluation process.
Dr. Truskie received his Master's and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He has served as a member of several professional groups including the Academy of Management, the Society for Leadership of Change, and the National Association for Corporate Directors. He serves on the Marketing Advisory Board of BUSINESS WEEK. He is also listed in various "who's who" directories including the International Directory of Business and Management Scholars and Researchers published by the Harvard Business School Press. His past affiliations have been with Penn State University, Robert Morris University, FirstEnergy (GPU Corporation) and the American Management Association.
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