Training and Development

 

Audience:
C-Suite Executives
Duration: 2 hours
Location: Miami Business School, University of Miami

Overview

Training and Development - it’s not just an HR function! Leadership is a complex process with multiple dimensions. Your value as a leader not only depends on your effective influence, attention to the bottom line, and reaching strategic goals; but also on how well you develop your team members. An element of leader effectiveness is developing others to their full potential. A variety of leadership theories emphasize this component. In fact, failing to develop others has been found to be one of the greatest fatal flaws of senior managers. Nearly forty percent of leaders exhibit this fatal flaw (Harvard BR).

This module (with 30 minutes for questions and answers) for senior executives that focuses on the leaders’ role in training and developing their team. We will take a look at how training, development, and mentoring fit into your role as a leader. We will review some of the leadership theories that accentuate the growth of others as a component of leadership and will specifically explore Transformational Leadership. Participants will analyze their own leadership styles to better understand the role of the leader in developing others. You will learn about best practices to enhance employee development and build a stronger team. Practical ways for leaders to go about training others will be emphasized along with guidelines for success. Specifically, the following topics are addressed in the module:

Faculty


Dean Quelch

Academic Director, Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute and Lecturer, Management

Sheryl Alonso is a lecturer in the University of Miami Business School.Alonso teaches at the undergraduate and graduate level and in executive education.Alonso began her career as a nurse, earning a BSN from Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois and later an MBA from the University of Miami. In 2010, she completed a PhD in Medical Leadership at the University of Miami. The interdisciplinary program integrated the School of Business curriculum with that of
the University’s Miller School of Medicine and College of Arts and Sciences.Her research passions lie in the areas of leadership and health care policy and administration.


 

 

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