Foundations of Leadership isn’t a typical supervisory training program. It’s a participant-centered, highly interactive learning experience that equips university supervisors with practical, tangible skills that they can put to use immediately on the job. ( More )
Benefits of Foundations of Leadership
- Empowers supervisors to improve performance
- Helps promote and create an accepting and inclusive work environment
- Builds trust between supervisors and employees
- Equips supervisors with the knowledge and skills to help employees grow and develop
- Helps take the “guesswork” out of supervision by providing proven leadership techniques that make a measurable difference in the workplace.
What participants are saying about LDI’s Foundations of Leadership …
Other Comments from Post-Course Evaluations
~It’s been one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. I’ve learned so many tangible skills … there is nothing else like it!
~LDI is the most helpful program I have ever participated in. I think it should be required for all supervisors … it’s an incredibly well-run program.
~I love the takeaways that we can actually use in our jobs!
~This is a great program that would be great for all supervisors or potential supervisors to have a chance to attend … the takeaways are so vital to having a better professional environment
~I felt like a learned several strategies I can use immediately to improve my role as a supervisor and help my team improve as well.
~The combination of clear objectives and real-world discussion of work experience is incredibly helpful and engaging.
~I would recommend this to anyone supervising or who wants to supervise in the future!
~I really enjoyed discovering actionable ideas from both Art and participants. I’m confident that I can implement at my job what I learned today in training.
~It was very interactive. The session was great! Now I just need to implement. It’s on me.
~This was the most challenging class for me personally as it showed me the need for self-reflection. So much valuable information to review in both my professional and personal life
~What I liked most is that Art used an experiential approach to helping us understand how to/and the importance of delegating
Last updated: November 4, 2015