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Leadership Effectiveness


Execute your leadership with expert skill

Managerial leadership transitions can occur for many different reasons including selections to fill vacant roles, promotions, lateral moves, geographical transfers, and others. The MLET is a 5-day action-learning course that prepares individuals for these types of transitions so as to understand how planning and executing a smooth transition can help everyone stay focused on the work and business at hand with a minimum of time and energy lost to concerns about the change in leadership.  


Course design actively employs the 4-step experiential learning model described above. 


MLET goals: 

  • Awareness and understanding that the dynamics of managerial leadership transition are largely due to anxiety about the likes, dislikes, capability, communications style, and ways incoming managers will act.  

  • Awareness and understanding of the importance that transitions occur efficiently and effectively particularly during times of persistent needs for better quality, on time delivery, and budget discipline 

  • Development of comprehensive outline of what to do and when before, during, and after a leadership transition 

  • Understanding how to use effective interviewing techniques to gather information and collect data 

  • Understanding how Development of a thoughtful and thorough Managerial Leadership Transition Plan to include:  

  • Conducting assessments of the organization, the big picture environment within which the organization operates, the internal and external factors affecting the organization, and situations needing attention (SITNAs) 

  • Conducting and facilitating a 1-day Leadership Transition Meeting (LTM) 

  • Making effective task assignments and project management 

  • Conducting 30-60-90 day follow-up assessments, and Providing appropriate feedback and reporting up and down the chain of command as required 


MLET Approach: 

Course goals are pursued and achieved using a specifically targeted set of approaches and modalities including: 

  • Effective interviewing and data gathering techniques 

  • Listening skills 

  • Organizational assessment tools and techniques 

  • Problem identification, problem solving, and decision making  

  • Outcomes-Methods-Resources Planning  

  • Group/team process consultation 

  • Lectures and presentations 

  • Breakout groups 

  • Use of audio/video 

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