DEVELOP STRONG AND ACCOUNTABLE LEADERS AND TEAMS.
BRING THE LEVINSON INSTITUTE INHOUSE WITH CUSTOM SEMINARS.
Do you have a specific timeline, agenda, and group of managers or executives that need to quickly get up to speed?
- Identify particular topic areas critical to your objectives
- Gain consensus on critical issues
- Acquire insight through “live” examples, activities, and case studies
- Create positive change at the management level
The Levinson Institute can design a custom seminar program to suit your organization.
We explore your specific learning objectives for the sessions in the context of current issues, strategies, and company culture.
To make sure we are hitting the mark, our consultants will collaborate with you to gather data about your company, your critical issues, and your people.
Our custom programs integrate a variety of learning methodologies—from lectures and small-group discussions, to case studies and video presentations.
After the in-house sessions, we examine results and follow through with an analysis and guidelines for the future.
EMBED PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTABILITY LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK INSIDE YOUR COMPANY.
LEVINSON TRAIN-THE-TRAINER PROGRAM.
If you want to establish Levinson leadership and team-working knowledge and practices in your organization’s culture, consider our innovative train-the-trainer program.
“Principles of Accountability Leadership” is our train-the-trainer program. If you want to build a group of internal experts to continue and sustain the Levinson Institute practices and processes, this is the course for you.
Fees vary, depending on the number of participants, the training period, and the program development required.
Digging deeper. Here is an additional perspective on our train-the-trainer program: Certificate vs. Certification.
Through the training, we now better understand the critical connection between role complexity and employee potential. Practically speaking, we can make better informed decisions to place and develop the right employee in a given role. We found the training on assessing employee performance particularly valuable because it requires ongoing, hands-on leadership and engagement. Read more.
|Carlos J. Martinez, Miami-Dade Public Defender|