Being a leader is all about leading teams. In this fun but informative leadership development program, both current and future team leaders get a foundational understanding of what a team needs in order to be successful, and important insights into their personal leadership skills and style. A series of content modules, activities and discussions help each participant craft their own action plan for enhancing their leadership skills.
Results / Skills / Analytics
Vision / Strategies / Concepts
Systems / Tools / Practice
Culture / Support / Discussions
Agenda & Activities
Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the group and set expectations for the leadership development program. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that get the group moving and ready to fully participate.
Intro Challenge (15-30 minutes) We jump right into the program with a thought provoking activity that requires ideas and input from the entire group to solve. This gets everyone engaged and thinking about what they want to get out of the program.
Leadership Styles Matrix (30-45 minutes) There’s no one right way to be a team leader. This interactive project gives participants a clearer understanding of their primary thinking and management style, and how the different styles may impact the people they lead.
Leadership 360 Challenges (60-90 minutes) These hands-on leadership activities require brainstorming, collaboration, planning, and creative problem solving. Activities are selected to help participants identify and utilize different leadership strategies.
After each challenge, the designated leader receives a 360 review of their leadership skills from the team. By the end of this segment, all participants will have led their group at least once.
Teamwork Compass® (20-30 minutes) We review the Teamwork Compass®, giving leaders a framework for developing and maintaining a successful team. This simple but powerful tool keeps leaders focused and teams motivated because it covers all of the essentials, not just the preferences of the leader’s personality.
Closing Debrief & Wrap-up Activity (5-10 minutes) The group acknowledges accomplishments of the day and discusses how to incorporate the lessons after the program.