ATD Certificate In Strategic Leadership

Preconference Certificate Program

ATD Certificate In Strategic Leadership
May 15-16, 2020, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. each day

About This Certificate Program
Leading others is fundamental to your talent development success. This strategic leadership program immerses you into a full simulation, integrating the leadership competencies talent development professionals need into a typical organizational challenge.

Through assessments, simulations, role plays, and individualized feedback you will discover your personal leadership style. Learn to influence team members, build organizational relationships, and manage change while aligning actions and priorities with strategic direction. Leave the program with an individualized development plan and a commitment to action that includes clear next steps to take to become a strategic leader.

Why You Should Attend

  • Cultivate your leadership competencies and self-awareness to motivate and lead others through change and uncertainty.
  • Build collaboration skills so you can leverage relationships for improved performance.
  • Learn effective leadership techniques to coach and mentor teams and individuals to achieve higher levels of engagement.

Who Should Attend
ATD Education programs are designed primarily for learning professionals – trainers, instructional designers, and organizational development practitioners – but also greatly benefit anyone within an organization who is responsible for developing others, from managers to human resources specialists.

Project leaders assigned to manage team.

Participants attending this session are involved in one or more of the following areas:

  • Managers or supervisors of departments or functions
  • High potential candidates interested in positions of management
  • Project leaders assigned to manage team.

Facilitator
Lou Russell

Registration
ATD Member: US $1,495
Nonmember: US $1,695

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Learn how you can develop your leadership currency.
“In my preconference Certificate I made connections with people I could go out to dinner with to discuss our hopes and plans for the conference, as well as the challenges we faced in our roles back at home. I was able to pick these same faces out of the crowd during sessions and keynotes, making the conference feel friendlier and granting me the confidence to engage with other attendees whom I did not know.”
- Crystal Downey, Senior Talent Systems and Learning Specialist