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Leadership Development Program

Phoenix TS developed this Plan of Instructions (POI) and training schedule as the best solution to support a government agency’s need for a high quality and targeted leadership program developed uniquely for their non-supervisory employees at the GS-11 grade level and below.

Phoenix TS designed this POI to elicit the following results for each individual upon program completion:

  1. Recognize their personal strengths as a leader and apply them to workplace situations.
  2. Apply the principles of effective leadership to workplace situations.

This POI represents a program ranging approximately 5 months in length to be delivered for 30-40 participants and is structured to offer a blended learning environment that utilizes a variety instructional approaches including:

  • Experiential learning
  • Segmented classroom sessions of various sizes to further drive conversation and understanding regarding workplace application
  • Interactive class discussions
  • Individual learning assignments
  • Developmental learning plans
Emerging Leader

Program Description

This program begins with the individual, adds the skills and behaviors necessary for leadership, and then helps the participant put those pieces together to develop into confident and successful leaders. Students complete a DiSC assessment for each session. The results of the assessment are followed by an individualized coaching session to explain and analyze the participant’s profile. Next, participants will receive instruction on key leadership principles. Throughout the program, participants will be building a business case as part of a capstone project that encompasses lessons learned throughout.

Target Audience

  • Emerging Leaders, Lower-level, Non-Managerial Personnel

Prerequisites

  • None

Program Length

  • 4-6 months
Training Books

Training Materials

  • Everything DiSC Workplace Assessment + Individual Results
  • Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Assessment + Individual Results
  • Everything DiSC Management Assessment + Individual Results
  • Everything DiSC Work of Leaders Assessment + Individual Results
  • Everything DiSC 363 for Leaders Assessment + Individual Results
  • Session 1 Student Training Manual
  • Session 2 Student Training Manual
  • Session 3 Student Training Manual
  • Session 4 Student Training Manual
  • Session 5 Student Training Manual
Leadership Development Program

Instructional Approach & Strategy

This program incorporates a variety of instructional approaches including the following:

  • Direct instruction – Presenting new concepts and processes
  • Interactive instruction – Class discussions, group activities, paired activities
  • Experiential learning – Application of DiSC profile to content, Individual activities, Capstone project
  • Independent study – Individual activities, action learning assignments, Capstone project

Assessment Strategy

Participants will be assessed through class participation in individual and group activities, as well as class discussions, and on their capstone project.

Coaching Strategy

All participants will receive multiple individualized one-on-one coaching sessions to review their DiSC assessment results and focus on leveraging or mitigating behavioral tendencies as effective in various leadership-related situations. Additionally, these coaching sessions will be used to collaborate on and build an individualized Developmental Learning Plan.

Learn What Each Session Entails

Detailed Leadership Development Program Sessions

The sections below detail each in-person training session, self-assessment test and coaching session as recommended by Phoenix TS to reinforce the understanding and application of content addressed.

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Orientation

Phoenix TS kick-starts this POI with a 1-day orientation session for program participants. This session will address the following objectives:

  • Introductions
  • Expectations
  • Objectives
  • Program Schedule
  • Overview of materials
  • Questions and Answers
DiSC Workplace Assessment

DiSC Workplace Assessment

Participants will complete a DiSC Workplace assessment; the results of which are their DiSC personality profile. The DiSC Workplace Profile provides participants and their coworkers with a wealth of information about their workplace priorities and preferences.

Classroom Session 1

Classroom training for Session 1 will deep dive into DiSC personality styles and motivations. Through lecture, discussion, and activities, participants will learn about the most effective ways to communicate with the different personality styles in the workplace, strengths and weaknesses for personal productivity, and how to build more effective relationships in the workplace.

At the end of the 2-day session, students will be assigned a post-session action learning assignment to be completed and uploaded into their student learning portal for review by their instructor and coach.

Learning Objectives

At the end of Session 1, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Understand their DiSC Workplace assessment profile
  • Apply their DiSC Workplace profile to communication, personal effectiveness, and developing emotional intelligence.
  • Recognize the personality types of their coworkers.
  • Identify a team style.
  • Implement tools for better time management.
  • Define a continuous learning organization.
  • Identify his or her learning style.
  • Identify and explain the traits of a skilled communicator.
  • Identify and give examples of communication barriers.
  • Practice good listening skills.
  • Define emotional intelligence.
  • Identify the basic human emotions.
  • Identify their influences.

Learning Materials and References

  • Everything DiSC Workplace Assessment + Individual Results
  • Session 1 Student Training Manual

Course Outline

  • Personality Types
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Cornerstone Principles and Concepts Four major DiSC personality styles
      • Priorities of each style
    • Group Activity – Emails by personality profile
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • How does the team style influence member behavior?
      • How well are each of the personality styles represented on your workplace team?
    • Group Activity – The “Get Along” Team
  • Time Management
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Setting SMART Goals
      • Planning and Scheduling Your Success
      • Why Set Goals?
      • Creating an Action Plan
    • Individual Activity – Keeping Your Eyes on Your Goal
      • Individual Activity – Wheel of Time
  • Continuous Learning
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • What is a Learning Organization?
      • Are you a lifelong learner?
      • Achieving Personal Mastery
      • Your Personal Vision
    • Individual Activity – Rate Your Learning Style
    • Assignment – Brainstorm a list of possible topics for their Capstone Project
  • Communication
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Defining a Skilled Communicator
      • Communication Barriers
      • Listening Skills
    • Individual Activity – Communication Evaluation
    • Group Activity – Explanation and Examples of Common Barriers
  • Listening Skills
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Active Listening Skills
      • Reading Cues
      • What is Said and What is Heard
    • Group Activity – Presentation of Case Studies and Interpretation
  • Emotional Intelligence
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Emotional Intelligence Defined
      • Understanding Emotions
      • Creating Your Vision
      • Identifying Your Influences
      • Considering Your Strengths and Weaknesses
    • Individual Activity – The Seven Human Emotions—Positives and Negatives
  • Session Wrap-Up
    • Class Discussion
      • Your personality style in the workplace
      • How is your style reflected in your personal productivity?
      • How is your style reflected in the way that you communicate?
      • How does your style influence your goals and vision?
    • Assignment – Consider how the topics covered in Session 1 including personality types, communication, and personal productivity apply to you and your team members draft some possible solutions that you think might work for your capstone issue. Remember that you will be building on these skills throughout the program.

Coaching Session 1

Phoenix will make a coaching schedule available for students to sign up for after the session. Prior to scheduling the coaching session, students need to complete their action learning assignment and submit the assignment as well as any discussion points or questions they want to review in their one-on-one through the learning portal. Coaches will allot a maximum of 1 hour of review per student prior to each 20 minute coaching session. Coaches will review each student’s individual DiSC workplace assessment results, action learning assignment, and questions or points to address during the one-on-one prior to each coaching session. Coaches will address areas of strength and opportunities for improvement for each student and begin building an individual Developmental Learning Plan.

Phoenix TS Self-Awareness & Leadership Courses

The following off-the-shelf courses inspired the custom content for Session 1 of the Leadership Development Program.

  • Effective Leadership & Management

    This 2-day, instructor-led course teaches the techniques of true leadership and management.

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  • Communication Strategies

    This 1-day, instructor-led course explains how communication skills influence others.

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  • Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

    This 2-day, instructor-led course focuses on enhancing participants’ emotional intelligence.

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  • Time Management

    This 1-day, instructor-led training course will help participants develop skills to organize themselves and their workspace for peak efficiency.

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DiSC Productive Conflict

DiSC Productive Conflict Assessment

Participants will complete a DiSC Productive Conflict assessment; the results of which are their DiSC Productive Conflict Profile. The DiSC Productive Conflict profile is designed to improve self-awareness around conflict behaviors.

Classroom Session 2

Classroom training for Session 2 will teach the cornerstone principles of productive conflict. Through lecture, discussion, and activities, participants will learn how conflict interactions may be influenced by various factors, how other people’s DiSC styles can help understand their conflict behaviors and how they may differ from each other, and how the analysis of a problem will help resolve the conflict. Session 2 concludes with individual coaching sessions that includes further analysis of each participant’s DiSC Workplace and Productive Conflict profiles. Participants will have the opportunity to present workplace situations for analysis, discuss challenges, and ask questions.

At the end of the 2-day session, students will be assigned a post-session action learning assignment to be completed and uploaded into their student learning portal for review by their instructor and coach.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of Session 2, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Understand their DiSC Productive Conflict assessment profile.
  • Apply their DiSC Productive Conflict profile to conflict resolution, giving feedback, encouraging diversity, analysis and problem solving.
  • Identify types of conflict
  • Name the stages of a conflict
  • Apply conflict resolution strategy.
  • Perform the Conflict/Opportunity test.
  • Identify situations in which feedback is needed.
  • Name the six characteristics of effective feedback.
  • Receive feedback graciously.
  • Recognize and identify stereotypes.
  • Encourage diversity.
  • Deal with discrimination in an effective manner.
  • Use creative problem-solving strategies.
  • Generate and select appropriate solutions to problems.

Learning Materials and References

  • Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Assessment + Individual Results
  • Session 2 Student Training Manual

Course Outline

  • Conflict Resolution
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • What is conflict?
      • Types of Conflict
      • Stages of Conflict
      • Conflict Strategies
      • The Conflict/Opportunity Test
      • The Conflict Resolution Process Group Activity – Emails by personality profile
    • Individual Activity – Positive and Negative Aspects of Conflict
    • Group Activity – Case Study: Max and Robin – Win/Win
    • Group Activity – Apply the Conflict/Opportunity Test to Sample Conflict
    • Class Activity – Work the Process on an Agreed Conflict
  • Feedback
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • When Feedback is Needed
      • Six Characteristics of Feedback
      • Receiving Feedback Graciously
    • Class Activity – Feedback or Not: How Much?
    • Assignment – Now you’ve learned about conflict and the importance of feedback. Consider how this applies to your Capstone Issue. What conflicts are at the root of your issue? What conflicts might arise with your possible solutions?
  • Diversity Awareness
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • History, Legal Overview
      • Stereotypes
      • Breaking Down Barriers
      • Being Proactive
      • Coping with Discrimination
      • Dealing with Diversity Complaints as a Leader
    • Group Activity – Bias or Stereotype?
    • Individual Activity – Unpack Your Baggage
    • Individual Activity – Preventing Discrimination Worksheet
  • Analysis and Problem Solving
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • What is creative problem solving?
      • What are the steps in the creative problem-solving process?
      • Generating and Selecting Solutions
    • Group Activity – Case Study: Gather Information to Solve a Problem
    • Individual Activity – Problem Analysis Worksheet
    • Individual Activity – The Morphological Matrix Tool
  • Session Wrap-Up
    • Class Discussion
      • How can you manage your personal response to conflict to be more productive?
      • How can you manage your destructive thoughts and behaviors to be more productive regarding problem solving?
    • Assignment:
    • Who are the people who make up your team?
    • How does their diversity contribute to your proposed solution to your Capstone Issue?

Coaching Session 2

Phoenix TS will make a coaching schedule available for students to sign up for after the session. Prior to scheduling the coaching session, students need to complete their action learning assignment and submit the assignment as well as any discussion points or questions they want to review in their one-on-one through the learning portal. Coaches will allot a maximum of 1 hour of review per student prior to each 20 minute coaching session. Coaches will review each student’s individual DiSC Productive Conflict assessment results, action learning assignment, and questions or points to address during the one-on-one prior to each coaching session. Coaches will address areas of strength and opportunities for improvement for each student and begin building an individual Developmental Learning Plan. Specifically, this personalized session will also include the following:

  • Overview of personality styles
  • Review of participant’s personality style
  • Analysis of participant’s personality style in the workplace
  • Overview of conflict
  • Participant’s response to conflict
  • How can participant curb destructive thoughts and behaviors so that conflict can be more productive?

Phoenix TS Understanding and Collaborating with Others Courses

The following off-the-shelf courses inspired the custom content for Session 2 of the Leadership Development Program.

  • Constructive Conflict Resolution

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  • Diversity & Sensitivity

    This 2-day, instructor-led training is for any employee who wishes to improve diversity knowledge and sensitivity to be proactive and remove barriers.

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  • Decision Making & Problem Solving

    This 3-day, instructor-led course is designed to help students through the problem-solving process to make the best decisions for their organizations.

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DiSC Management Assessment

DiSC Management Assessment

Participants will complete a DiSC Management assessment; the results of which are their DiSC Management Profile. The DiSC Management profile helps participants understand themselves and others better which is a tremendous use as a manager.

Classroom Session 3

Classroom training for Session 3 will follow up with the priorities and preferences of individuals regarding motivation and strategic thinking. Through lecture, discussion, and activities, participants will practice strategies for effective delegation and knowledge management. Session 3 concludes with another individualized coaching session. Participants will have the opportunity to apply their DiSC Management Profile to their own professional situations and discuss the best way to manage those in their teams.

At the end of the 2-day session, students will be assigned a post-session action 4 assignment to be completed and uploaded into their student learning portal for review by their instructor and coach.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of Session 3, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Understand their DiSC Management assessment profile.
  • Apply their DiSC Management profile to motivation, delegation, strategic thinking, and knowledge management.
  • Understand why motivation is important.
  • Identify common motivators.
  • Create a motivational climate.
  • Define delegation.
  • Identify the levels of delegation.
  • Give effective instructions.
  • Monitor delegation.
  • Identify common strategic thinking styles.
  • Identify pitfalls to strategic thinking.
  • Use the strategic thinking process.
  • Define and explain knowledge management.
  • Understand the knowledge management framework.
  • Identify and apply knowledge management tools.

Learning Materials

  • Everything DiSC Management Assessment + Individual Results
  • Session 3 Student Training Manual

Course Outline

  • Motivation
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Why motivation is important
      • Identifying Motivators for Each DiSC Style
      • Creating a Motivational Climate
    • Individual Activity – Identify YOUR Motivators – DiSC Style
    • Group Activity – Situational Analysis
  • Delegation
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • What is delegation?
      • Levels of Delegation
      • Giving Instructions
      • Monitoring Delegation
    • Group Activity – Advantages and Disadvantages of Delegation
    • Individual Activity – Case Study: The Delegation Meeting
    • Assignment – Your business case for your Capstone Issue should include your plan for collaboration. How will your team collaborate on your issue?
  • Strategic Thinking
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Common Strategic Thinking Styles
      • Pitfalls to Strategic Thinking
      • The Strategic Thinking Process
      • A Strategic Thinkers Toolkit
    • Individual Activity – Rate Yourself as a Strategic Thinker
    • Group Activity – What is your strategic thinking style?
    • Individual Activity – Improving Your Strategic Thinking Worksheet
  • Knowledge Management
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • What is knowledge management?
      • The Business Case for Knowledge Management
      • The Knowledge Management Framework
      • The Knowledge Management Toolkit
      • Implementing Knowledge Management
    • Paired Activity – Explicit Knowledge vs. Tacit Knowledge
    • Small Group Activity – Create a Sample Business Case
    • Group Activity – Case Study: Which tool or technology would be best?
  • Session Wrap-Up
    • Class Discussion
      • How do the participants’ management styles inform their management tasks?
      • How can participants use their management style to motivate, delegate, and empower their teams?
    • Assignment – How has management contributed to your Capstone Issue? In your business case, write about how you will build or improve on the management of the issue or those involved in the issue.

Coaching Session 3

Phoenix TS will make a coaching schedule available for students to sign up for after the session. Prior to scheduling the coaching session, students need to complete their action learning assignment and submit the assignment as well as any discussion points or questions they want to review in their one-on-one through the learning portal. Coaches will allot a maximum of 1 hour of review per student prior to each 20 minute coaching session. Coaches will review each student’s individual DiSC Management assessment results, action learning assignment, and questions or points to address during the one-on-one prior to each coaching session. Coaches will address areas of strength and opportunities for improvement for each student and begin building an individual Developmental Learning Plan. Specifically, this personalized session will also include the following:

  • Overview of management styles
  • Analysis of participant’s management style

Phoenix TS Key Business Acumen Courses

The following off-the-shelf courses inspired the custom content for Session 3 of the Leadership Development Program.

  • Delegation

    This 1-day, instructor-led course is designed to teach managers the skills to effectively delegate and accomplish more.

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  • Business Acumen

    Our 1-day, instructor-led, Business Acumen Training course will help participants improve their judgement and decision skills.

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DiSC Work of Leaders

DiSC Work of Leaders Assessment

Participants will complete a DiSC Work of Leaders assessment; the results of which are their DiSC Work of Leaders Profile. The DiSC Work of Leaders profile provides a simple, compelling process that helps leaders get real results.

Classroom Session 4

Classroom training for Session 4 improves self-awareness in key areas that will help participants get better outcomes as leaders. Through lecture, discussion, and activities, participants will build on what they’ve learned about their leadership style to more effectively build their teams and do the work of leaders. Participants can focus their Session 4 coaching session in whichever direction they need more guidance, for example, how leadership connects to their DiSC profile or how to comfortably work with and against your leaderships style for the best of your team.

At the end of the 2-day session, students will be assigned a post-session action learning assignment to be completed and uploaded into their student learning portal for review by their instructor and coach.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of Session 4, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Understand their DiSC Work of Leaders assessment profile.
  • Apply their DiSC Work of Leaders profile to team building, transitioning to higher roles, negotiation and persuasion.
  • Identify and understand the essential roles of a leader.
  • Identify their leadership style.
  • Identify leadership critical success factors.
  • Identify the types of teams.
  • Implement the TORI team building model.
  • Identify the five stages of team development.
  • Identify their team player type.
  • Develop a team action plan.
  • Identify the responsibilities of a supervisor.
  • Discern between orders, requests, and suggestions.
  • Efficiently manage challenging situations.
    Recognize the importance of preparing for negotiation.
  • Identify different negotiation styles.

Learning Materials and References

  • Everything DiSC Work of Leaders Assessment + Individual Results
  • Session 4 Student Training Manual

Course Outline

  • Leadership Styles
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • How each DiSC leadership style approaches the work of leaders
      • What employees of different DiSC profiles want from their leader
      • Essential Roles of a Leader
      • Leadership Critical Success Factors
    • Viewing Worksheet – What’s Your Job?
    • Group Activity – The Perfect Employee
    • Paired Activity – Motivation Role Play
    • Group Activity – Leadership Style: Where’s Your Focus?
  • Team Building
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Types of Teams
      • The TORI Team Building Model
      • The Five Stages of Team Development
      • Characteristics of Great Teams
      • Your DiSC Style: What’s Your Team Player Type?
      • How the different DiSC styles work best in a team
    • Small Group Activity – Peer evaluation of team issues
    • Group Activity – What is your team style?
    • Individual Activity – Developing Individual Action Plans
  • Transitioning Into Higher Level Roles
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • How will your role change?
      • Responsibilities of a Supervisor
      • Your DiSC style and how to plan
      • Orders, Requests and Suggestions
      • Using your DiSC style to manage difficult situations
    • Individual Activity – What Will Change? T-Square Worksheet
    • Individual Activity – Mastering Email Worksheet
    • Group Activity – Examples of Orders, Requests and Suggestions
  • Negotiation/Persuasion
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Preparing for Negotiation –Your DiSC Strengths and Weaknesses
      • Making the Right Impression
      • The Bargaining Stage
      • Reaching Mutual Gain
      • Moving Beyond “No”
      • Solution Types
    • Group Activity – Ground Rules
    • Role Play – A Difficult Negotiation
  • Session Wrap-Up
    • Class Discussion
      • How does your DiSC leadership style impact the teams on which you work?
      • How does your DiSC leadership style affect the outcomes of your tasks?
    • Assignment – Write a draft of your Capstone Issue business case. Include presentation elements: slides, talking points, etc. to help present your case to the class next session.

Coaching Session 4

Phoenix TS will make a coaching schedule available for students to sign up for after the session. Prior to scheduling the coaching session, students need to complete their action learning assignment and submit the assignment as well as any discussion points or questions they want to review in their one-on-one through the learning portal. Coaches will allot a maximum of 1 hour of review per student prior to each 20 minute coaching session. Coaches will review each student’s individual DiSC Work of Leaders assessment results, action learning assignment, and questions or points to address during the one-on-one prior to each coaching session. Coaches will address areas of strength and opportunities for improvement for each student and begin building an individual Developmental Learning Plan. Specifically, this personalized session will also include the following:

  • Overview of leadership styles
  • How participant’s leadership style and behavior have an impact on their effectiveness

Phoenix TS Leadership Courses

The following off-the-shelf courses inspired the custom content for Session 4 of the Leadership Development Program.

  • Leadership & Influence Training

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  • Team Building

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DiSC 363 Assessment

DiSC 363 Assessment

Participants’ peers, supervisors, and colleagues will complete a DiSC 363 assessment; the results of which are their DiSC 363 for Leaders Profile. The DiSC 363 for Leaders Profile helps participants reflect on their use of a broad range of highly effective approaches to leadership. The DiSC 363 for Leaders Profile also provides three personalized strategies to become a more effective leader.

Classroom Session 5

In addition to covering innovation in government, Classroom Session 5 gives students the chance to apply all that they’ve learned about themselves and leadership to their capstone project. Participants will present, discuss, and analyze their business cases. The final coaching session will be spent discussing participants 360-degree feedback and their three personalized leadership strategies.

At the end of the 2-day session, students will be assigned a post-session action learning assignment to be completed and uploaded into their student learning portal for review by their instructor and coach.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of Session 5, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Understand their DiSC 363 assessment profile.
  • Apply their DiSC 363 profile to leadership situations.
  • Define innovation.
  • Recognize the capacity for innovation.
  • Create a culture for innovation.

Learning Materials and References

  • Everything DiSC 363 for Leaders Assessment + Individual Results
  • Session 5 Student Training Manual

Course Outline

  • Innovation in the Government
    • Lecture and Discussion
      • Defining Innovation
      • Does Innovation Come Easily to Your DiSC Style
      • Creating a culture for innovation
      • Unleash Innovation in Each DiSC Style
    • Individual Activity and Discussion – Rate Your Office’s Capacity for Innovation
    • Group Activity – Describe an Innovation-Rich Culture – To Which DiSC Personalities Does it Come Naturally
    • Assignment – Does your business case for your Capstone Issue include innovation? If not, how can you incorporate innovative ideas?
  • Capstone Project
    • The discussion on the final day of classroom training will center on participants’ capstone projects:
      • Where is everyone?
      • Who is stuck?
      • Who would like to present?
      • How can we all help each other?
  • Session Wrap-Up
    • Coaching:
      • How would you describe your leadership style before starting this program?
      • How would you describe your leadership style now?
      • What changes have you made in your workplace behavior and processes over the course of this program?

Coaching Session 5

Phoenix TS will make a coaching schedule available for students to sign up for after the session. Prior to scheduling the coaching session, students need to complete their action learning assignment and submit the assignment as well as any discussion points or questions they want to review in their one-on-one through the learning portal. Coaches will allot a maximum of 1 hour of review per student prior to each 20 minute coaching session. Coaches will review each student’s individual DiSC 363 assessment results, action learning assignment, and questions or points to address during the one-on-one prior to each coaching session. Coaches will address areas of strength and opportunities for improvement for each student and begin building an individual Developmental Learning Plan. Specifically, this personalized session will also include the following:

  • Analysis of participant’s DiSC 360-degree feedback from team members
  • Three strategies that work with participant’s DiSC style to improve leadership effectiveness

Final Session

Upon completion of the final one-on-one coaching session, Phoenix TS will arrange a final session wrap-up. This 1-day session will discuss evaluations and lessons learned from the program. Additionally, it will verify that the following learning program outcomes were met:

  • Recognize their personal strengths as a leader and apply them to workplace situations.
  • Apply the principles of good leadership to workplace situations.

 

Want This Program For Your Organization?

We would love to customize this Leadership Development Program to meet the needs of your organization and the emerging leaders that are working there!

To start the conversation, reach out to our team using the form on the right and paint us a picture of your goals and where you are currently at in the process to attain them. We can schedule a time to explore more about what you need and how Phoenix TS can help. If you want to skip the form and just have a quick conversation now, you can reach our team at 240-667-7757.

 

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