Butler to Offer Values-Based Leadership Series
Monday, May 21, 2012
Mid- to upper-level business leaders seeking to build their leadership competencies should look no further. The fast-paced and interactive Butler Values-Based Leadership Series will teach leaders how to understand their own leadership style and how to develop the skills needed to interact more effectively with co-workers, leadership teams and broader organizations.
The Butler Values-Based Leadership Series consists of four distinct sessions, each two days in length (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Individuals can select to participate in an individual session or the whole series and receive a certificate in Value-Based Leadership from Butler University.
- Session 1 - Maximize Your Leadership Capability: Leading Self (June 21-22)
- Session 2 - Building Values-Based Skills that Will Impact Others (July 19-20)
- Session 3 - Team Performance and Values-Based Partnerships (Aug. 6-7)
- Session 4 - Building Values-Based Cultures and Driving Organizational Performance (Sept. 10-11)
Cost for the four-part series is $3200 (or $1000 per session) and includes tuition, material and meals. Organizations receive a 25 percent discount when they send more than one person to a single executive education program.
For additional information and to register, visit http://www.butler.edu/values-based-leadership/.
Why Values-Based Leadership?
Effective leadership enables individuals and their organizations to thrive and succeed in today's competitive ever-changing landscape. Leaders must be able to articulate vision that others choose to follow, and then deliver strategies and tactics that enable the organization to perform at a high level. Values-based leadership provides you with a foundation by which you can most effectively paint a vision of the future consistent with your values, those of your team members, and your overall organizations. Values clarity supports individual leadership behaviors expected by top, agile organizations and is a key to your success as a leader.
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