What You Can Expect
Improving Your Organization's Performance
Senior executives with expanded responsibilities are frequently called on to handle complex challenges. Confronted with an ever-changing business landscape, today's corporate leaders must have cutting-edge strategies, tools, and techniques to lead with vision and confidence.
Based on the latest research into leadership, this program introduces an innovative approach to motivating people and inspiring performance. As a participant, you will learn to navigate adversity, create a culture of leadership and ownership among employees, and drive sustained growth.
Taking Your Skills to the Next Level
Engaging in a diverse curriculum that features both interactive and individual components, you will emerge with:
- A customer-strategic perspective on your—and your organization's—strengths and opportunities
- An approach to improving the way your senior management team functions
- A better understanding of how to leverage your skills and competencies across the enterprise
- The ability to maximize your organization's major asset: its people
- Strategies for applying ethical principles to solve your toughest challenges
"I particularly appreciated the program's segments on leading change. Shutting down the Space Shuttle Program is an enormous task. It impacts many people, and there are numerous business, technical, and political implications. I wanted to learn how to keep our critical, talented workforce engaged and motivated during this time of profound and difficult change. In small group discussions, I learned from the experiences of other leaders—from Dubai, England, Australia, and Asia—who also struggle to keep up with and lead change in their organizations. Now I analyze and discuss all our options from a more strategic perspective, helping other managers think beyond their local concerns to consider what's best for human spaceflight within the Johnson Space Center, NASA, and for the United States."
Dorothy Rasco [Manager, Space Shuttle Business Office], NASA Johnson Space Center, U.S.