2024 Leadership - Building a Strong Foundation - Cincinnati, OH (pre-conference) (April 14)
Includes a Live In-Person Event on 04/14/2024 at 8:00 AM (EDT)
THIS COURSE IS A PRE-REQUISITE. IT MUST BE TAKEN PRIOR TO THE REMAINING 5 COURSES IN THE COLLABORATIVE DELIVERY LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
Duke Energy Convention Center
525 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
o Leadership matters. Distinguishing different ways to lead is at the crux of Design-Build Done Right®. This session will focus on introducing the distinctions of Design-Build Leadership Done Right.
o This is the overall summary of what the program is about and why the 5 follow-on topics are vital to Design-Build Leadership Done Right.
o This course will introduce the 18 competencies associated with the universal model of effective leadership and share why only 20% of all leaders demonstrate these characteristics. These 18 competencies are well researched and shown to be positively correlated to leadership effectiveness and business performance and are highly aligned with Design-Build Done Right®.
o The course will:
Identify the 11 tendencies leaders usually default to, especially under pressure, and how these default behaviors often diminish our effectiveness and hinder our growth as leaders, especially in design-build.
Point out that our industry primarily operates from the Egocentric and Reactive levels and how Design-Build Done Right® Leadership requires moving to the Creative level at minimum, and hopefully onto the Integral level.
Distinguish 4 tiers or levels of leadership – Egocentric, Reactive, Creative, and Integral. Each one, and all the behavioral categories associated with them, will be defined and illustrated.
Cover the human capacity for learning beyond our 20s and point out how most leaders stop learning and developing after their mid- 30s which is why we have such a gap between the leaders we have and the leaders we need across all of business, design-build included.
Discuss the notion of creating a leadership development strategy for your company and what its impact might be on performance. We will show how leadership effectiveness directly correlates with business performance.