Change Making Leadership Academy from BizWest Media northern Colorado

What You’ll Learn

Become an effective leader within your company

Leadership is about taking responsibility for finding the potential in people and processes. It’s about being self-aware. CMLA is designed to provide you with insights into yourself and your skill sets. And then help you leverage those as you help your team develop their own skills and results. You’ll learn how to build a healthy team, engage people, and move your organization forward.

Why choose us?

  • Science-backed assessments of your behaviors, conflict style, and listening profile
  • Significantly improved communication skills to better influence, understand and connect with your team and clients
  • Strategies and tools for managing and motivating teams, and creating a healthy culture
  • An encouraging peer community where you will test your ideas, share your experience, and formulate your vision
  • 5 sessions of small-group coaching focused on your biggest outcomes
  • Lessons from CEOs about their experiences leading and building businesses
  • Exceptional value for a multi-dimensional, efficient, information-rich, personalized learning experience

Only $3,500

Receive $1,000 off when you sign up two people before 1/31/2023!

What to expect:

Session 1: Leading change in yourself

April 14, 8am-4pm
  • TTI DISC Profile – measuring how you do what you do to improve communication, engagement, and self-development
  • TKI Conflict Style Assessment– understanding your personal conflict style and how to work with others
  • Echo Listening Profile – how you think is how you listen & and are you providing the information others need to hear
  • Defining My Values – giving language to your personal operating principles
  • Motivations for Leading – why we want to lead is just as powerful as how we lead
  • Leading Change vs Leading Innovation – the outcomes you need change the way you lead
  • CEO Guest Speaker – Jessica Hartung
  • Conscious Coaching

Session 2: Changing the way you lead others

April 28, 8am-4pm
  • CEO Guest Speaker, Darin Atteberry
  • Purpose & Meaning at Work – how to activate more motivation, well-being, and performance in your team
  • Managing Conflict – the quality of the conversation dictates the quality of the outcome
  • Receiving & Giving Feedback – the most important thing you will do as a leader
  • Making DEI a Better IDEA – how to actually apply DEI in your current processes

Session 3: Engaging people

May 12, 8am-4pm
  • CEO Guest Speaker: Jennifer Henderson, Tilt
  • People Commit to What They Help Create – how to engage your team
  • Memorable Messaging – the art and science of creating memorable messages
  • No Ego No Problem – managing difficult team members
  • Overcoming Objections – managing the message
  • Being the Leader Your Team Needs – assessing what your team members need most

    Session 4: Connecting individual efforts into the whole

    May 26, 8am-4pm
    • CEO Guest Speaker Scott Shrake
    • Team Health – what makes a healthy and high-performing team
    • Organizational Health – what makes a results-orientated, healthy organization
    • Organizational Health Assessment – assessing where you are now and what you might need to work on
    • Defining Results – tying strategy and outcomes together
    • Measuring What Matters – how to create metrics that matter and motivate

      Session 5: Moving forward

      June 9, 12pm-6pm
      • CEO Guest Speaker: Kristin Todd, Community Foundation of NoCo
      • Strategic Planning – what is strategic planning vs operational planning and how do I do both
      • Strategic Doing – doing what matters faster
      • Community Engagement – bringing the community with you
      • Reflection
      • Graduation Party


      Learn to embrace change

      Only $3,500. Save $1,000 when you register two people by Feb. 24, 2023!

      “I thought the Change-Making Leadership Academy was well planned out and moved along smoothly with perfect transitions.”

      “I really enjoyed the case studies and working through real life problems in small groups and could see the benefit of implementing more of that opportunity.”