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[IWS] BLG LEADERSHIP ACADEMY: TRAINING IN JUNE or OCTOBER--GET REGISTERED
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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach
School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies
16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky
New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau
Bacharach Leadership Group (BLG)
BLG LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
GET TRAINED--REGISTER for JUNE or OCTOBER (see programs and dates listed below) [Please share this with those who may be interested].
Leadership Academy Overview
The final test of leadership is results. A leader needs to execute a strategic vision using political and managerial competence: the ability to mobilize, negotiate, engage, and coach. These skills can be acquired, and are independent of charisma and personality.
The Cornell - BLG Leadership Academy is a fully integrated, cumulative program that trains individuals in the skills of pragmatic leadership. The program is based on over thirty years of sound academic research and real-world application, bridging the gap between academia and the world of practice.
The BLG Leadership Academy is comprised of four courses, each addressing a core leadership competency. All courses incorporate instruction, case studies, and exercises relevant to participants' managerial or supervisory experience.
· Overcoming Resistance and Selling Ideas
· Mobilizing Teams
· Getting Buy-in
· Preparing for Negotiations
· Assessing Bargaining Power
· Using Proactive Arguments
· Managing Teams for Commitment
· Creating Team Cohesion
· Using the Tools for Engagement
· Listeneing and Questioning
· Delivering Feedback
· Overcoming Blocks
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