Experiential Leadership GROWTH
In researching the field of leadership, we found that all subject matter could be fit into four major categories. Each of these categories could be learned or refreshed at any time to support the learning and understanding of the other categories. Please refrain from thinking of these subfields in sequential order but consider which would best support our development right now. We know through our research that we are not born leaders, but leadership is learned skill. In terms of the pursuit of excellence in any subject matter, putting in the time (combined with purposeful reflection and thought) will help our proficiency and success. Let us help you reach your human leadership potential!
Research / Evidenced Based Practices: As a thought leader in the field of Experiential Leadership Development, we use evidenced based practices and methods in the field leadership development; consequentially we are conducting our own research. Our research focuses on the measurable's or outputs of the leadership events, training and education we offer.
When we confirm a program, we will discuss our measurables for each program and are happy to share the status of results current research we are conducting. We will also ask about participants being included in a pre and posttest questionnaire and/or assessments to further help with identifying the benefits or specific leadership development training and future program modification. The ultimate goal is to produce search and a publication on our research.
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