Professional Development | The Center for Leadership Initiatives

By: The Center For Leadership Initiatives  09-12-2011
Keywords: professional development

Every professional team is comprised of a mixed background of previously acquired competencies mapped against current organizational needs. CLI’s intake and design process tailors professional development programs to align individual skills and organizational mission. Mixing hard- and soft-skills, along with modalities such as case studies, managed brainstorms, leadership assessments and action planning, CLI simultaneously builds team competencies and highlights the assets that each individual uniquely offers the organization.

Examples of professional development modules offered by CLI:

  • Meeting Facilitation
  • Multi-Part Supervision Series
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Founder’s Syndrome
  • Organizational Pitch
  • Applied Situational Leadership
  • Train-the-Trainer: a Multi-Part Facilitator’s Training

Keywords: professional development

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