Cornell University

Human Capital Development

16 E. 34th Street, NYC, 866-470-1922

Leading with Focus and Intention MD303

$1495.00

  • Oct 30, 2014 - Oct 31, 2014 - New York, NY
    9:00am - 4:30pm
    New York City ILR Conference Center, 16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY
    Faculty: Gene L. Moncrief
    Gene L. Moncrief, Managing Director, Moncrief & Associates, has been involved in executive development for more than twenty years in the capacity of coach, consultant, and workshop leader. Moncrief & Associates specializing in interpersonal relations consulting and training. Ms. Moncrief focuses on communication skills, team development and maintenance, assertiveness training, and executive coaching. Formerly, she held a senior position with American Express and was director of corporate programs for Pace University.

Today's leaders must determine how they can add value to their organizations, gain the commitment of others, and develop and deploy the talents of employees - all while sustaining the loyalty of an increasingly demanding work force. Built on a practical model of what effective leaders do to be clear about the results they want to achieve, the working environment they want to create, and the relationships they need to build and sustain, this workshop will help you:

  • Add the greatest value to your organization
  • Develop the talents and skills of your employees
  • Align others in support of your goals
  • Achieve results through powerful questions and compelling communication
  • Create a personalized leadership plan

Key Topics

  • Setting direction
    • Aligning your goals to your organization's key challenges
    • Identifying values to lead by
    • Identifying and influencing key stakeholders
  • Mobilizing others
    • When to control and when to share power
    • Building and maintaining productive relationships
    • Coaching others for sustained development
  • Focusing forward
    • Managing your time around your key initiatives
    • How to keep the team focused on results
    • Avoiding blame, crises, and negative energy
  • Self-mastery
    • Discovering your strengths and unique contributions
    • Where does self-improvement matter?
    • Identifying your intentions as a leader

Who Will Benefit

Middle- and upper-level managers with responsibility for managing the performance of others

Note: Solid experience in basic management skills is recommended

Faculty


Gene L. Moncrief, Managing Director, Moncrief & Associates, has been involved in executive development for more than twenty years in the capacity of coach, consultant, and workshop leader. Moncrief & Associates specializing in interpersonal relations consulting and training. Ms. Moncrief focuses on communication skills, team development and maintenance, assertiveness training, and executive coaching. Formerly, she held a senior position with American Express and was director of corporate programs for Pace University.