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Executive Leadership Program - Engaging Leadership Permian
This event is open to members and non-members. For questions, please contact us at 713-932-0168.
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Central
Energy Workforce & Technology Council Webinar/In-Person Events TBD
The Emerging Executives Committee, in partnership with Envision, an innovative global leader in corporate advising and coaching, delivers a competitive, forward-thinking talent management tool.
The Executive Leadership Program provides an external opportunity for high potential personnel to engage in a structured year-long program that will develop key competencies and skills for their current role and prepare them for responsibilities of their next role.
Three paths are offered: Advanced Business Development, Engaging Leadership and Strategic & Branded Executive. Each path offers unique development including: mentorship with an executive, personal executive coaching, accountability, assessments, and group seminars. The Engaging Leadership and Strategic & Branded Executive materials are suitable for senior leaders as well as individuals assuming a leadership role for the first time. The Advanced Business Development materials are suitable for business development professionals at any level.
Members who complete each of the Council's three signature training programs will be recognized as a Energy Workforce & Technology Council Certified Executive. The designation is designed to elevate professional standards, enhance individual performance, and build knowledge essential to the oil and gas industry.
Registration Members: $2,100 Non-Members: $3,000 Group Discount: Companies who register three or more participants will receive $250 off per person. Before registering your group of three or more, please contact usto get the group discount promo code. AESC Members can receive an additional discount for 2021 programs. Contact us for more information.
Program sponsors at $5,000 per organization.
The Year-Long Engaging Leadership Path Overview
Attend four half-day interactive webcast seminars (additional dates will be made available to accommodate group size if needed):
March 3, 2021, 8 a.m. – Noon
May 12, 2021, 8 a.m. – Noon
September 15, 2021, 8 a.m. – Noon
November 3, 2021, 8 a.m. – Noon
Attend one group coaching introductory webinar and two one-on-one executive coaching sessions
Attend two Council Meetings: The Council hosts a variety of meetings and seminars throughout the year including leadership forums designed to fulfill program requirements
Find a mentor (self-identified or paired by the Council) and meet with the mentor at least three times in 2021. Mentor Briefing Document will be provided
Participate in external leadership development through community or Council involvement: work with a non-profit or Council committee in 2021*
Read and complete StrengthsFinder 2.0 Assessment: purchase online here
Attend quarterly networking events*
Accountability Partner Engagement
Graduation Reception held January 2022 for participants completing all program requirements
Engaging Leadership Course Content This program allows exploration of your sphere of influence in your organization and understanding how to leverage it to create positive organizational change. Analyze practices that support the development of healthy, productive organizational networks and culture. Apply leadership tools that create momentum and break down organizational silos, such as dialogue, facilitation, powerful questioning, effective listening and coaching. By the end of this course, you will have identified strategies that create a collaborative, resilient workplace and help to align people with your organizations vision in positive, productive ways.
This workshop develops leaders to learn:
The difference between the leader and boss
When to apply the 6 most common and effective leadership styles, including coaching
When to use a simple 6-step coaching model and coach with VISION
Who to coach (know who needs development and when)
How to listen with Intention
Envisions Level 5: People Development™
Three forms of feedback, how to deliver it and which form to use
How to lead with influence
Cancellations Cancellations for refund must be received by February 17, 2021. There will be a 5% processing fee for credit card cancellations. PESA Member Company employees who wish to register at the member rate, and do not have an established login, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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