Leading Others Course Descriptions

Leading Others Course Descriptions

 

Comprehensive Seminar Descriptions:


  • Cayenne™ for Corporate Real Estate
  • Accelerating Business Decisions
  • Communicating with Impact
  • Ethical Leadership: A value Proposition for Organizational Effectiveness
  • Exploring Change Management
  • Navigating Beyond Conflict
  • Valuing Differences
  • Winning Buy-in from Key Business Partners

Overview

Cayenne™ for Corporate Real Estate (Business Simulation) is a “hands-on,” competitive business simulation where teams of participants must advance a CRE initiative within a complex organization characterized by conflicting agendas, multiple stakeholders, and competition for finite resources. In addition to the simulation, and during the session, participants will apply the learning to one of their own current CRE initiatives, and leave Cayenne™ with a relationship building plan that they can immediately execute back on the job!

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Organizational Savvy
  • Relationship Building

Learning Objectives

  • Equip yourself with the ability to accelerate initiatives
  • Focus on intangible, yet critical aspects of project success
  • Realize how to sustain executive-level support
  • Learn to shape the perceived value of major initiatives and projects

Overview

In today’s turbulent, fast-flowing business environment, individuals usually don’t have the luxury of time when making decisions. You need people who can quickly size up the situation, identify the most workable and expedient course of action, and then act—often without having all the data or the time to consider every possible option.

This course helps individuals accelerate the decision-making process, yet still make quality decisions in fast-paced environments with limited time and information. It also teaches them to identify their own and others’ decision-making tendencies and understand how to balance them in situations requiring accelerated decisions.

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Developing Others
  • Creativity/Innovation
  • Partnering
  • Political Savvy

Learning Objectives

  • Learn to more quickly evaluate possible solutions and make high-quality decisions when time is limited
  • Determine when an accelerated decision is appropriate and when a more analytical approach is needed
  • Accelerate decision-making
  • Develop a consistent approach when facing rushed decisions in your organization

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Overview

Many organizations focus on technical skills as all-important to success in the workplace.  Yet strong interpersonal skills are equally essential in transforming individual contributors into exceptional performers who have a greater impact in their roles.

This foundational course provides individuals with a powerful set of interaction skills that enables them to communicate more effectively with colleagues and customers and, in the process, build trust, strengthen partnerships, and achieve desired results.

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Communications Partnering
  • Political Savvy

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize individual impact on success and the success of others by enhancing interpersonal relationships in the workplace.
    Relate to colleagues and customers in a way that meets personal and practical needs.
  • Use a set of interaction process skills that enables more successful discussions that achieve results.
  • Develop a technique for providing specific, meaningful feedback that helps people improve performance and increase productivity.

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Overview

There is an ethical crisis in leadership today, and CRE is not immune. While most leaders intuitively know right from wrong, some seem more motivated by self-interest and achievement than by doing the right thing. 

Do CRE leaders have a moral obligation to do what is right, in spite of the consequences? Are ethical leaders in corporate real estate at a disadvantage compared to those who will do virtually anything to get ahead, or is ethical leadership actually a viable value proposition for those seeking to increase organizational effectiveness? This lively and interactive seminar addresses these questions, and more, and the answers may surprise you! Discover what it takes to be an ethical leader and why doing so will make a world of difference. 

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Integrity/Honesty
  • Public Service

Learning Objectives

  • Establish leadership’s role in organizational ethics
  • Determine if morality is essential to leadership
  • Consider whether ethical leadership affects employee morale and job satisfaction
  • Decide whether ethical leadership provides a viable value proposition for CRE leaders seeking to drive organizational effectiveness

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Overview

The ability to engage employees in change is rapidly becoming a key determinant of business success. In our global, fast-paced business environment, organization constantly need to reinvent themselves – and their tools and processes – to stay on top of the game.

Exploring change offers a structured dialog that puts the spotlight on four success factors that can fast track change in your organization. It highlights the human dimension of change, providing valuable insights for leaders that want to help their teams or departments act on change – now and in the future. Because the only constant is change…

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Executive communication
  • Team building
  • Stakeholder management
  • Adaptability and change

Learning Objectives

  • Assess shared experiences of the change processes
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the human side to change
  • Construct a shared language and build a shared ownership in what it takes to get people on board
  • Apply theoretical models for organizational change
  • Increase the return on investment on change initiatives
  • Navigate organizational resistance to change

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Overview

The differences people bring to the workplace can promote tremendous creativity and innovation. Those same differences also can contribute to misunderstandings, which can lead to discord and, if left unresolved, dispute.  Individual performers need to know how to effectively navigate beyond conflict to prevent damage from occurring.  

In this course, individual performers learn how to recognize the warning signs of conflict and take action to prevent situations from escalating or to work out the conflict if it does escalate.  This allows them to mitigate any negative impact, thus reducing the cost of conflict and improving business results.  

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Conflict Management
  • Human Capital Management
  • Diversity

Learning Objectives

  • Reduce the cost of conflict to self-organization.
  • Minimize or prevent conflict by promoting a culture of trust, mutual respect, and collaboration.
  • Make appropriate choices, both in words and actions, to direct situations away from possible damage and toward the discovery of new ideas and solutions.
  • Remove roadblocks to proactively taking action when the warning signs of conflict occur.
  • Successfully plan and conduct conflict resolution discussions.

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Overview

Everyone looks at things in a unique way.  Today, the companies with the greatest competitive advantage are those that can make the most of their team’s diverse abilities. 

Valuing Differences gives people effective tools for appreciating others’ unique perspectives, understanding people’s inherent differences, and collaborating in a mutually beneficial way.

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Diversity
  • Political Savvy

Learning Objectives

  • Contribute your own unique styles, abilities, and motivations to ensure the success of your work group and organization.
  • Encourage others to contribute their unique styles, abilities, and motivations.
  • Work more collaboratively and productively with people who have a variety of styles, abilities, and motivations.
  • Leverage the talents of their coworkers to achieve better results.
  • Contribute to a climate in which people’s differences are respected and utilized.

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Overview

Winning Buy-in from Key Business Partners: Winning Buy-in from Key Business Partners is a 1/2 day session that increases the competencies of CRE professionals to influence others and communicate the business value of the CRE function.  Emphasis is placed on holding conversations with business partners that align persuasive communication techniques with a partner's business agendas, personal agendas, financial and operational measures of success, and perceived value requirements. The program is interactive, and uses role play exercises and a competitive case study to enhance the learning.

This course relates to the following CRE competencies

  • Communication
  • Effective Partnering
  • Interpersonal Awareness
  • Political Savvy

Learning Objectives

  • Hold discovery discussions to determine key business partner needs and concerns
  • Construct persuasive value messages that aligns your CRE function and initiatives with an individual’s business and personal agendas
  • Understand the language of business partners as it relates to financial and operational measures at various managerial levels
  • Overcome objections and gain commitment

 

Contact

To learn how your organization can take advantage of this essential, learning program, contact your regional learning team representative.

GENERAL / AMERICAS
Kitty Edwards

Manager, Learning Relations, the Americas
Phone: +1 404.589.3249
Email: kedwards@corenetglobal.org

EMEA / ASIA / AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND
Cathy Thomas

Manager, Learning Relations, Asia Pacific & EMEA
Phone: +44 7557.687.109
Email: cthomas@corenetglobal.org