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Experience Top-Ranked Leadership Workshops in Seattle!
As organizations continue to try and do more with less, the need for building extraordinary leaders and coaches at all levels is paramount. Many organizations have identified “Leadership” as their only sustainable source of competitive advantage. How are you growing this resource to ensure success in your organization?
September 30 – October 2 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00p.m., CityU is hosting three leadership workshops: The Extraordinary Coach (EC); The Extraordinary Leader (EL); and The Extraordinary Leader 360 Assessment Certification workshops. These workshops will teach leaders how to help their organization drive employee engagement, build customer satisfaction, and boost profitability. Whether you want to increase employee engagement or profitability, great leadership in organizations matter. Research shows that leadership is a primary factor behind employee commitment and productivity and therefore key to a company’s success.
These workshops will be put on by Zenger Folkman, best known for their high-impact leadership development and corporate training workshops. The facilitator will be Senior Vice President of Leadership Effectiveness, Barbara Steel.
Ensure you and your leaders are extraordinary by registering today. Workshops on September 30 and October 1 will cost $375 each, or $525 for both. The workshop on October 2 requires approval from Zenger Folkman and costs $995. To receive approval, please contact Terry Robert at 801-705-9498.
Any questions? Please email Dr. Kelly Flores, Dean of CityU’s School of Applied Leadership.
September 30, 2014
The Extraordinary Coach —How the Best Leaders Help Others Grow
Register early to secure your spot and allow yourself enough time to complete the pre-work. Seating is limited!
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