Executive Coaching is available through Collin Corporate College. Experienced executive coaches will provide 360 assessments and weekly sessions to assist executives to improve their leadership skills or other stated professional goals. Coaches work to assist executives in self-assessment, clarity of purpose, response skills, understanding others, build on existing strengths, and develop more effective professional relationships.
Managing change can be a difficult process for individuals and businesses. The change management course is designed to help executives understand the importance of correctly managing change.
New managers need a basic understanding of the responsibility, accountability, and expectation of becoming part of a management team. This course is designed to equip new managers and supervisors with the tools required to become effective in their new role.
Developing a shared vision is integral to the success of a business. As the market changes, the vision of a business and organization can also change. This course assists executives in identifying blind spots often associated with organizational progression. Organizational leaders are often limited by what has worked in the past, instead of seeing opportunities that are hidden in plain sight. Learn about the power of assigned and assumed meanings and how they control and, sometimes, blur our vision. This course includes exercises that lead to writing an effective vision statement.
Leadership is complex; it is not definable by one or a few traits, but it IS definable. Each of the traits or elements of leadership can be developed. It is believed that there are eight key traits or qualities possessed by a leader. These traits are explored in this highly interactive course, designed to initiate a self-exploration of leadership qualities and how to apply them in a challenging team environment.
One in five managers will find themselves in litigation at some time during their career. This interactive course will test your knowledge of current legal employment practices, and the various types of workplace harassment. Participants will discuss the implications of improper workplace behavior and the importance of proper documentation to ensure a working environment that is free of harassment and improper behavior. Included in the workshop is a discussion on proper hiring practices, progressive discipline, and reductions in staff.
New board member training is critical for seamless transitions. This training includes topics that all new board members need to understand.
- Strategic Planning
- Building Culture
- Challenging Organizational Thinking
- Measuring effectiveness and assessment cycles
Mental Health issues in the workplace cause disruption and many organizations are ill-prepared to understand how to handle and help employees. As a result, many organizations experience absenteeism and lost productivity due to depression, anxiety, bipolar, ADHD, eating disorders, and suicide ideation. According to the World Health Organization mental health issues costs business $1T globally (https://www.who.int/mental_health_/in_the_workplace/en/). As an example, the business sector is encouraged to hire former military, but often underprepared to deal with mental health issues related to veteran workers (WHO, May 2019; Harvard Medical, Feb 2010; and SHRM August, 2019).
Identifying a Personal Brand. As an executive you have a reputation. Is your reputation a strength? This course will assist the executive understand the importance of developing and managing a strong personal brand. The course will assist executives to understand the audience, define their areas of expertise, and see the connection between areas of expertise and connecting to the audience.
Cybercrime and Cybersecurity training for the C-Suite and Board. This course provides training for the executive management team and/or the Board of Directors related to cybercrime and cybersecurity. Understand the language, the issues, the threat, and how to best protect the core business.