Leadership Development Workshops
Q&A’s cohort-based leadership development workshops are structured to help create sustained performance improvement within organizations. This cohort-based approach builds trust and breaks down communication silos, leading to ongoing collaboration and conversation. We offer workshops in segments over time and supplement them by group, peer, and individual coaching as necessary, in addition to small-group work between sessions. This enables leaders to put their learning to work in actual work situations with support from workshop facilitators and their peers. The result: increased productivity and increased engagement.
Workshop topics vary depending on the needs of your organization. We design a leadership development program with you based on your specific needs. Workshop topics include:
- Leading through Change
- Leading with Confidence and Strength
- Creating Trust, Collaboration and Accountability through Effective Communications
- Initiating and Engaging in Powerful Conversations
- Achieving Breakthrough Results
- Building a Culture of Agility
- Conflict Resolution: Having the Hard Conversations
Every organization needs to know why it exists, where it is going, and how to get there. And that message needs to be so clear that every team member sees the vision, understands the mission, and knows the steps to take to realize the strategy. Q&A helps organizations clarify the vision, mission, and values that form the foundation of organization-wide strategy and works with clients to create an actionable strategic plan to move the organization forward.
Some meetings go beyond routine and are crucial to the future of your organization. Q&A partners with leaders to structure and run meetings, workshops or retreats that produce results. Facilitation is particularly important for meetings such as strategic planning retreats that often bring emotions and strong opinions to the forefront of discussion. Q&A’s facilitators harness those thoughts and emotions to move the participants toward their stated goal.