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Workshop series: Solving your mid-level leadership gap

October 8, 2014 | 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Price: $1495.00 (for all 5 workshops)
Where: BSA Space, and other locations

Workshop series: Solving your mid-level leadership gap

Building Leadership Institute and AGC of Massachusetts Present: Solving your mid-level leadership gap workshop series

Many companies face a critical mid-level leadership gap. Young staff and senior executives are performing at high levels, but they are looking to their mid-level leaders to do more. As companies grow and mature, they need their mid-level leaders to do much more than just manage projects.

Join Dr. William Ronco for a 5-part series focusing on solving your mid-level leadership gap. The ideal participant has 10+ years in the design/construction/engineering industry; 5+ years experience managing projects, and a strong desire to improve performance and increase the value they add to their company.

Who Should Attend

  • Have 10+ years in the construction / engineering / design industry
  • Have 5+ years experience managing projects and have already developed excellent project management skills
  • Are considering career and professional advancement
  • Are Work in a company that supports their development and growth 

Seminar 1—Taking Stock (October 8) at BSA Space

  • The 6 essential construction leader competencies: How do you measure up?
  • What you bring to leadership tasks, your natural strengths and weaknesses
  • Predicting results on our 360 survey of your leadership effectiveness*
  • Defining your own key leadership tasks, prioritizing to achieve lasting results
  • Understand how to “learn” leadership to achieve real, lasting gains

Seminar 2—Improving Core Skills I (November 5) Location TBD

  • Interpreting your 360 survey results, developing/implementing your Action Plan
  • Identifying your key communications situations. Breaking destructive patterns
  • Building core skills in negotiating, influencing, motivating, coaching
  • Improving your time management; re-thinking your real job priorities
  • Strategic thinking to work smarter

Seminar 3—Improving Core Skills II (December 3) Location TBD

  • Presentation Skills Intensive. Get feedback and coaching, make instant gains and improvements. Increase comfort and confidence.
  • Fully engage your audience for positive, productive discussion
  • Writing Skills Lab. Get feedback and professional editing.
  • Increase professionalism delivering negative messages. Drafts for publication

Seminar 4—Emotional, Business Intelligence / Strategic Planning (January 7) Location TBD

  • What’s your “EQ” Emotional Intelligence and why it matters
  • Business Intelligence, Balanced Scorecard – what they are and how to use them
  • Why, when and how to use surveys to increase client satisfaction
  • Pitfalls to avoid, best practices to adopt
  • Using strategic planning methods to improve your projects

Seminar 5—Personal Vision, Continuous Improvement (February 4) Location TBD

  • Writing and using a Personal Vision Statement to clarify and reach goals
  • “Initiating Structure” processes. Make strategic improvements in your company
  • Setting goals that are most meaningful to your company and you
  • Anticipating, managing change with intelligence and comfort
  • Learning to learn, planning your next steps for development and growth 

20 LUs

Register and read more at www.agcmass.org.