Leadership Development Program

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Leadership Development Program

DCNP is excited to partner with Kishwaukee College to provide valuable leadership development opportunities this fall. These programs are available free of charge due to the generosity of First Midwest Bank!

The True Leader – Leadership Development Program will provide the experienced manager with the tools necessary to become the leader that can achieve a vision. The program is comprised of three, four-hour classes that, when taught in order, progress through the stages of true leadership development.

All classes will be held in the Kishwaukee College Conference Center, Room A1222. A continental breakfast and coffee will be served at each class. All materials will be provided.

Emotional Intelligence – September 22 (8am-12pm)
Emotional Intelligence is the key to true leadership. Leaders lead people, not machines. People have emotions that drive their behaviors. Learn the importance of understanding emotions in employee motivation, satisfaction, and productivity.

Delegation/Employee Growth: Motivation and Coaching – October 20 (8am-12pm)
Without coaching, employees do not develop, grow, and become more effective and valuable to the organization. Delegation is no different, effective leaders know the importance of division of labor, using individuals’ strengths, and working together for the common good of the team and organization. Join us to learn more about delegation and employee growth!

Recognizing and Rewarding Employees in Meaningful Ways – November 30 (8am-12pm)
Employees need validation, encouragement and a supportive culture. Leaders must be able to motivate, validate, and foster “possibilities-based” thinking in their employees to keep them engaged and invested in the organization. Learn how to create a “culture of appreciation” for yourself and your employees.

For more information and to register, please contact Melissa Gallagher (mgallagher1@kish.edu, 815- 825-9466).

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