01. Your Leadership Edge
02. Leading in My Organization
03. Understanding Personality Styles
04. Using Your Strengths for Success
05. Goal Setting and Planning
06. Priority Management
07. Coaching for Performance
08. Leveraging Your Leadership Through Delegation
09. Interviewing and Selecting Top Performers
10. What Makes A Team Productive
11. Putting It To Work
Tell me a little bit about this program.
Who should participate in this program?
What’s included in this program?
- We developed a look and feel to the program, from the binder design featuring art based upon the science being conducted in some of the most prestigious labs in the country, to the user friendly layout of the content, making it easy to instantly access the most critical concepts in the program.
- The program includes updated content from the original program that remains relevant to the industry, while adding new modules that address the challenges faced by today’s leaders in the life sciences. See the program syllabus for an overview of the program content.
- Assessments, activities, videos and websites have been integrated to enhance the learning experience and outcomes.
- Current reading lists, web-based resources, articles and videos are available to participants through the Graduate Resources on our website.
- Through the use of multiple learning techniques, we address a variety of learning styles and generational preferences. Participants never feel like they are in school or being lectured to. The sessions are comfortable for participants, yet highly dynamic. Led by highly experienced facilitators with tremendous industry knowledge, participants discuss and explore the content through group discussions, individual reflection, learning pods, team-learning, and using their companies as laboratories. They will share and implement best practices that are learned in their sessions, as well as from their company. There are even opportunities for the participants to serve as facilitators in the program, sharing the results of their learning pod activities.
- Content and activities have been designed to achieve great levels of implementation and impact. Using the “company as a laboratory” concept, participants will gain a greater understanding of the business, in addition to the science that their companies are founded upon. As they interview individuals in their companies and/or make observations, they also build strong relationships across the organization and increase their organization visibility. This allows them to make better decisions every day, drives greater levels of performance and strongly supports their professional growth and advancement.
What is the format and duration of the program?
How much does the program cost?
* We partner with life science associations to offer discounted pricing. Our partners include: Biocom, Life Science Washington, CA Life Science Association, Colorado BioScience Association and MassBio.
When is payment due? Do you accept credit cards?
Who do I make the payment to?
What happens if I miss a class?
Is it better to bring our program in-house or have my participants take part in a public class?
In house programs are comprised of only your employees and offer tremendous advantages as well. One of the greatest benefits of an in-house program is that all of the content is customized to reflect the culture, philosophies, systems and goals of your company. In addition, the program provides not only an opportunity to develop as managers, but also supports your employees discussing and working together to resolve issues and pursue opportunities presented to your company. Teamwork and camaraderie are developed as participants engage with managers from their teams and managers/leaders from other teams, departments or functional areas. The composition may be designed by the level in your organization, functional area, or to integrate various levels of leadership depending upon your goals.
If I choose an in-house program, how will I structure the classes?
Where is the program located?
Do I receive continuing education credit for this program?
How many participants will be in a program?
The ideal size for a program is 15 to 20 participants.
Is there homework?
How much preparation will there be prior to the program?
How do you measure the success of the program?
How early do I have to register into a public program?
For an in-house program, we prefer at least three weeks’ notice to enable us the necessary time to coordinate an excellent program.