Why Change Leadership?
YOU are responsible for leading change
Your colleagues, employees, and community look up to you as a leader and expect direction to come from you.
As a springboard for building skills to successfully connect people and support your organization’s high-level goals, this series is custom-tailored to empower you as a current, or rising, team leader. You will join a diverse cohort of dedicated local Colorado professionals to address real leadership challenges and management pain-points. With guidance from our executive educators, you will emerge personally and professionally transformed, and ready to drive sustainable change for your business.
if you could:
Retain star performers while supporting their growth
Engage key people (even when they’re working remotely)
Strengthen your commitment to change leadership
Reinforce a culture of leadership
Leverage your creativity and ideas
Widen your perspective to see all opportunities
We get it
Change is hard
No one has done exactly what you’re doing before
- There’s no formula to follow
- Success is not guaranteed
- The pressure keeps building
Change efforts can fizzle or implode
- The risks are real
- It’s a heavy weight
- You worry… a lot
Learn to embrace change
Only $3,500. Save $1,000 when you register two people by Feb. 24, 2023!
Build skills for real world problems
Our program builds more self-aware, effective, and ethical leaders through real-world workplace challenges. That means…
- No more colleagues quitting because they’re burnt out
- No more frustration from slow progress
- No more missing the mark
Receive $1,000 off when you sign up two people before 1/31/2023!
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