A Process for Developing Leaders
Dr. Resnick is pleased to announce the availability of his Leadership Development Program in partnership with the UNF Division of Continuing Education.
This invitational offering enables companies to send one or more individuals to this award-winning program, if they do not wish to impliment a private, customized program exclusively for their own employees. This program has been offered multimple times, and more than 50 organizations have participated in this program from the private, public and non-profit sectors.
The program consists of seven one day modules conducted once per month from January through July of each year. The program is held at the University of North Florida Conference Center in Jacksonville, Florida.
Module One – Your Role as a Leader
- Characteristics of effective leaders
- Leadership and management functions – distinctions and overlap
- The three roles of leadership: vision, alignment and deployment
- Key concepts of personal organization – setting priorities
- Key concepts of self-management – first things first
Module Two – Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence
- Principles of emotional intelligence
- The six leadership styles and their relationship to Emotional Intelligence
- Self-assessment of your primary leadership style
- Building style flex – using different styles based on the circumstances
Module Three– Leading for High Individual Performance
- Concepts of performance management
- Setting expectations-developing purpose statements
- Defining and developing core responsibilities and their measures
- Coaching and counseling-similarities, differences and implementation
- Performance evaluations-their purpose and how to do them
Module Four – Developing High Performance Teams
- Definition of teams vs. work groups
- Team models and team behaviors – task and process
- Team decision-making models – generating synergy
- The challenges of creating high performance cross-functional teams
Module Five – The Strategic Planning and Leadership Process
- Creating an organizational vision
- Expanding a vision into a strategic plan
- Building alignment to that vision and strategic plan
- Determining key resource deployment strategies
- The discipline of execution
Module Six – Guiding Large Scale Organizational Change
- An organizational model to guide the change process
- Defining the leverage points for change
- Applying the change methodology using organizational leverage points
- Changing the core – process, personnel, tools and structure
- Dealing with resistance to change
Module Seven - Building Your Organizational Culture
- Defining organizational culture – what it is and how to define it
- Cultures that create the best business results
- Assessing your own organizational culture against an ideal organizational culture
- How leaders develop culture
- Building organizational savvy as a key tool for developing the desired culture
This program has been designed for individuals who have significant management or leadership responsibilities. This may include functional (departmental) management responsibilities, cross-functional team responsibilities or other similar leadership roles.
For smaller organizations, the program is best suited for Presidents, Vice Presidents and Directors.
For larger organizations, the program is designed for greatest impact among the executive team, vice presidents, directors, senior managers, and upper middle level managers.
Organizations are strongly encouraged to send teams of 3-6 participants. Since the sessions focus on real-time learning and live organizational problem-solving a learning team sits and works together, applying the principles and activities from the session directly to their own organization.
The investment for the program is $3,995 per participant. This includes all seven days of instruction plus all materials, meals and other program incidentals.
For further information, contact Dr. Resnick at email@example.com.
A brochure describing this program may be obtained from the UNF website at:
Individuals or teams may register directly on this website at:
A maximum of 30 participants are accepted in this program. Seats are reserved on a “first come-first served” basis.