Leadership Development Programs
There is no course or formula for magically developing your leaders. Leadership is a personal journey which can be nurtured and supported to continuously hone and build knowledge and experience to better lead teams and organizations.
We work with our clients to create customized programs that explore a variety of topics that fit with your organizational culture and objectives. This may include workshops, real work practical application, coaching, mentoring, and all forms of learning, designed to help your leaders develop their:
• Culture Intelligence
• Emotional Intelligence
• Energy Intelligence
We also offer a special “Read to Lead” virtual book study group that brings leaders from different industries together to read and discuss books on leadership. This 90 minute book study includes 45 minutes with the author.
Spirit Tree Consulting is offering a series of “Read to Lead” book study sessions. Join me, and other leaders from a variety of organizations in the Spirit Tree virtual reading room as we explore and discuss books that will be sure to engage, challenge and inspire you.
Participants will read on their own and then join in on a 90 minute discussion led by me, Adrienne Seal, and then half way through the call the author will join to participate in a Q & A. The reading room is limited to 25 participants.
What participants will get:
• Study guide questions
• Access to a private Spirit Tree Reading room Facebook group where you can continue the conversation
• New connections with leaders, authors and experts
• Post meeting recording
• If you suddenly can’t make the call you will still receive the recording
Layout of each virtual session:
First 45 minutes –facilitated book discussion
Last 45 minutes –Q & A with the author
Books: Buy or download the books with the links provided below. Cost of books not included in book study fee.
FEATURED BOOKS FOR OUR NEXT SERIES ARE BELOW
February 8th, 2019 | 3:15 – 4:45 pm
Conference Call • Book Study: Frank Barrett: Say Yes to the Mess, Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz
How do you cope when faced with complexity and constant change at work? Here’s what the best leaders and teams do; they say “Yes to the Mess”. Say, Yes to the Mess vividly shows how the principles of jazz thinking and performance can help anyone who leads teams or works with them to develop these critical skills wherever they sit in the organization.