What takes your profitable business to the next level? One word – Leadership.

The problem: Most people are put into leadership positions before they develop the needed skills. Leaders must communicate effectively, assess talent successfully, possess mature judgment and be evangelists for your culture.

At ProActive Leadership group, our comprehensive Leadership Development program will help you assess your company’s strengths and develop a generation of dynamic leaders.

Executive Leadership Development

A successful company’s leadership culture starts at the top. Executives must be able to set expectations and core values, set the goals and the pace of their workforce, and determine whether the right people are in the right positions to accomplish these objectives.

To grow market share, transform processes and increase profitability, an executive has four areas in which the right decisions must be made: strategy, people, finances, and execution processes.


Management/Director Development

The managers in a company are direct pipelines from the top leadership to the workers. Communication skills are critical; the biggest costs in any organization often result from misunderstandings, which affect customers, profit margins, and, ultimately, reputation.

Managers are front-line leaders, and as such they must engage with and inspire their employees, correct problems, evaluate people and processes, and encourage innovation to achieve the company’s goals.


First-Time Supervisor Development

A first-time supervisor – typically called a team leader – is often promoted above workers who have been his or her peers, which can create awkward situations for people who haven’t yet developed the needed leadership skills.

In many cases, these new managers must learn an entire parallel context for company guidelines and employee processes. Leadership development for first-time supervisors can alleviate these issues and create better opportunities for success at all levels.


Introduction To Leadership

In companies, there’s really no such thing as “a born leader.” Leaders learn from watching, listening, learning, and doing. Leaders are taught, developed, evaluated, and given the opportunity to manage others. And workers at all levels can develop into leaders, by embracing the company’s processes and goals and encouraging their peers to do the same.

Developing management skills in an employee before he or she is called upon to do the job ensures continuity from the executive offices right down to the front line.

Leadership Development Outcomes:
  • Increase performance
  • Refine goals
  • Retain talented employees
  • Analyze processes
  • Create accountability
  • Enable scalability
  • Clarify company focus
  • Improve customer experience
  • Create dynamic metrics