TLDG Online extends West Point’s military leadership lessons and TLDG’s proven learning process to a virtual setting which can be used as a stand-alone leader development tool or as a complement to an onsite program. Through this online experience, you gain exposure to our same impressive faculty who develop and lead unique courses only available through TLDG Online.
Our online courses include a cohort based leader development experience with multi-media learning tools to enhance and facilitate collaborative learning. It provides an exceptional opportunity for leaders at all organizational levels to explore the processes and personal principles that guide their decision-making and, ultimately, effectiveness as a leader.
TLDG’s online learning experience can also be customized for your organization by including any of the following enhancements:
- Webinars or Keynotes conducted live with the author faculty as a capstone or integrated throughout an extended course
- Customized Lessons or Activities to include organization-specific verbiage or tools that align with the course content
- Breakout Group Activities for guided small-group discussions and a more intimate setting for collaboration and shared learnings
- Custom Pacing allowing lessons to be daily, weekly, or at any pace that may best meet the needs of your team’s schedule or calendar
Leading High-Performing Teams
Facilitated by Colonel (Retired) Tom Magness, this course is designed to teach leaders how to apply a proven four-step framework to achieve critical business objectives by maximizing team success. Read More +
Leading with Character and Competence
Based on Brigadier General (Retired) Rebecca “Becky” Halstead’s book, 24/7The First Person You Must Lead is You, this course asks leaders to be introspective, to identify their values and consider how, or if, their behaviors as a leader reflect their values. Read More +
Leading with Purpose
Also based on her book and developed by Brigadier General (Retired) Rebecca “Becky” Halstead, Leading with Purpose is built on the foundation of a leader’s values being aligned with their leadership behaviors. Read More +
“The TLDG Online Leadership Program far exceeded my expectations! I was unsure of how effective an online leadership program could be, but was impressed with how interactive the program is and how well it was presented. The program is well designed to not only teach participants about the key tenets of leadership, but it keeps participants engaged through interaction with each other as well as with the TLDG staff.”
Mike McAbee, Department Manager
Sales and Leadership Training
“At the start of the program, I was unsure… if our participants would be able to maintain their course work in addition to their day jobs and home life, but that concern was quickly diminished. I was impressed with…how well it was presented in small bites so that participants could maintain their homework assignments and activities. There was genuine excitement and responsiveness to the course material, which was designed for every type of leader. We were able to pull together 30 leaders from various locations within our organization to focus on their own development, which alone strengthened our team unit…We are looking forward to expanding to other leaders at Atlantic Broadband soon.”
Vice President, Customer Care
“The TLDG-Online program was extremely beneficial for our team. The program combined individual work, small team interactions and entire group sessions to create a truly blended learning environment. The opportunity to have an executive sponsor from the company was a key differentiator that set the program apart from most others. BG Becky Halstead’s material is outstanding; her talks combined with the short videos and selected readings provide a comprehensive and powerful Leadership 101 training.”
VP Global Supply
"Most people spend 90% of their time on tasks and 10% on leadership. Start spending 50% of your time on leadership and you will notice that others will pick up the slack on the tasks."
Colonel Sean Hannah, Ph.D.,(USA, Retired, University of Nebraska)