Leading High-Performing Teams
September 9-13 & 16-17, 2019
Empowering And Inspiring Teams To Succeed
Leaders will understand how inspiring and developing the team, empowering team members, and communicating effectively become critical enablers of mission success. Teams can achieve breakthrough performance levels when leaders master tools to make team members passionate co-owners of a shared vision. Leading High-Performing Teams teaches business leaders how to apply a proven four-step framework -- used extensively by the U. S. Army to drive successful operations -- to achieve critical business objectives. The course weaves in successful Army principles and tools such as Commander's Intent, Situational Awareness, and the After Action Review.
Transformational, Innovative and Empowering
Joe DePinto, CEO
Laura Mattimore, Director, Leadership Development
Bill Noble, Senior Vice President
September 9-13 & 16-17, 2019, Online Course
|Monday, September 9||Welcome To Leading High-Performing Teams|
|Tuesday, September 10||Introduction Leader Business|
|Wednesday, September 11||Plan|
|Thursday, September 12||Prepare|
|Friday, September 13||Execute|
|Monday, September 16||Learn|
|Tuesday, September 17||Putting It All Together|
Leaders Building Leaders
Practical, “Muddy-boots” leadership; leader development, developing and communicating a shared vision, strategic planning
Tom has over 26 years of practical leadership experience both in traditional military units and non-traditional, civilian-based, bottom line-focused construction organizations. He served in leadership assignments around the world, culminating as a commander for a $5B engineering and construction program in Afghanistan. He has served as commander (CEO) for five different organizations, all with diverse responsibilities and missions. He served for 4 years as a teacher/coach/consultant at the US Army’s National Training Center, mentoring military leaders on fundamental elements of leadership. An Airborne Ranger, Tom is comfortable with the leadership of both small units and large with years of practical experience leading groups, both military and civilian, from 30 to 1,400.
Tom retired from the military in 2011. His last assignment in Afghanistan, served as an opportunity to demonstrate that visionary, inspiring leadership resonates not just with Americans. During his 12-month deployment, he more than tripled the output of his organization by making people believe in the seemingly impossible and focusing not just on building projects but on building people to be able to accomplish more than they ever thought possible. He built a team of military, civilians, contractors, and Afghan engineers who found ways to overcome life and death challenges to accomplish the mission. Tom Magness has been with TLDG since 2011 and has given leadership presentations around the world to a wide range of audiences – helping over 50,000 leaders understand what he calls, “Leader Business.”
Tom has published dozens of professional articles and is an active blogger, publishing small articles on leadership since 2007. His first book, Leader Business: Battle-Tested Leadership Strategies for any Organization, was published in 2010 to help connect military leadership lessons to the business world.
MS, Civil Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX
BS, Mechanical Engineering, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY
Society of American Military Engineers, Army Engineer Association
When: September 9-13 & 16-17, 2019
Where: TLDG Online – Online Course
Who: Leaders, across all industries, who want proven, practical tools for what it means to be a more effective, inspiring leader.
Online Course Fee: $350 per participant
Online course fee includes access for one participant to a single specified TLDG Online course.
The full course fee is due upon registration. Your registration will be reviewed for acceptance once your registration and full payment are both received.
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Registration: Closes September 5, 2019
Early registration is strongly encouraged. Registration is limited to 50 participants per cohort and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Spaces are guaranteed once the registration and full payment have been received. You will receive a registration and payment confirmation email separately upon receipt and verification, respectively. Please email any registration questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please call 845-446-4731 ext. 7998.
Payments are non-refundable after August 26, 2019. Payments may be transferred to another individual for the same online course prior to September 2, 2019. If no replacement can attend this online course, the payment will be forfeited.
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