WORKSHOP SERIES

Leaders Traits | Unlock the Secrets to Leadership

Description: 

In this workshop, co-author, business executive and US Army Reserve Colonel (Ret.) Dean DiSibio takes a unique approach to helping others learn about leadership: He uses movie clips to illustrate the principles that differentiate effective leaders from those who are not. 

Objectives:

  • Engage in lively discussions on the traits and characteristics of successful leaders using clips from popular films.

  • Uncover effective leadership traits and how they are applied in real situations.

  • Rethink the impact that leaders have on an organization.

Target Audience:

This workshop is based on the leadership book, Reel Lessons in Leadership, and is designed for anyone who wants to lead or is leading at any level today.

Leaders Act Compass

Leaders Competencies | What Does it Take?

Description: 

In this workshop, co-author, business executive and US Army Reserve Colonel (Ret.) Dean DiSibio takes a deep dive into what leaders need to know about themselves, their people, organization and industry. He continues to use movie clips to illustrate the principles that differentiate effective leaders from those who are not.

Objectives:

  • Understand impact of Emotional Intelligence on others.

  • Determine the triggers that cause your emotions to be hijacked negatively.

  • Gain awareness into how you can nest your plans with your boss’s plans so there are no silos within the organization.

Target Audience:

This workshop layers onto the Traits Workshop and is designed for emerging, developing, and present leaders.

Leaders Actions | How Leaders Act?

Description: 

In this workshop, co-author, business executive and US Army Reserve Colonel (Ret.) Dean DiSibio focuses on what leaders should do to develop teams of mutual trust that exceed organization expectations. He continues to use movie clips to illustrate the principles that differentiate effective leaders from those who are not.

Objectives:

  • Using visualization to drive focused effort and success.

  • Introduce Army’s communication process to empower teams.

  • Utilize process to assess team’s success and develop Best Practices.

Target Audience:

This workshop layers onto the Competencies Workshop and is designed for emerging, developing, and present leaders. It ties the Leaders Act Compass together.

Leaders Act Compass

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Coaching Fundamentals | Develop Cohesive Teams

Description: 

In this workshop, co-author, business executive and US Army Reserve Colonel (Ret.) Dean DiSibio focuses on the basics of coaching aimed to develop tips, techniques and processes to maximize leaders and their teams.

Objectives:

  • Gain insights how to inspire your people.

  • How to increase morale and motivation of the team.

  • How to set expectations of your people so the routine get done routinely.

Target Audience:

This workshop is a stand-alone event for any emerging or developing leader.

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CLC Decision-Making Workshop

Your organization makes decisions, solves problems, creates opportunities, and plans for the future. What is your formal decision making process? Do you maximize the talents of the whole team? Continuous analysis of an organizational decision-making process is critical to success. Developing and executing a strategic plan begins with daily decision-making. Having a decision-making process that is understood, and used, is the foundation of organizational success.

As part of the 1st Brigade (Battle Command and Staff Training), 78th Division (Training Support) we are experts in decision making and supporting growth of organizations in this area. The Brigade's mission was to provide evaluated simulation exercises to Reserve Component battalion and brigade headquarters staffs and to provide training assistance, support, and evaluation to priority reserve component units. We were trainers/coaches that were embedded within the staff and worked with the commander. With the use of AAR’s (after action reviews) we assisted in developing techniques for effective decision-making and leadership development. We have adapted these techniques to today’s business/organization environment and are poised to support your organization.

Business is a battle. The enemy is not the competitor. The enemy is complacency; being satisfied with the status quo. Continuous improvement is the weapon that prepares us for success. Effective decision-making is the foundation upon which successful organizations are built. We are tested; we are here to help you succeed.

Other CLC Workshops

The Military Decision Making Process (MDMP)

A planning methodology to understand the situation and mission develop a course of action and produce an operation plan or order. The military decision making process helps leaders apply thoroughness, clarity, sound judgment, logic, and professional knowledge to understand situations, develop options to solve problems, and reach decisions. This process helps commanders, staffs, and others think critically and creatively while planning.

 

The MDMP facilitates collaborative planning. Commanders encourage active collaboration among all organizations affected by the pending operations to build a shared understanding of the situation, participate in course of action development and decision making, and resolve conflicts before publishing the plan or order.
 

The MDMP also drives preparation. Since time is a factor in all operations, commanders and staffs conduct a time analysis early in the planning process. This analysis helps them determine what actions they need and when to begin those actions to ensure forces are ready and in position before execution. This may require the commander to direct subordinates to start necessary movements, conduct task organization changes, begin surveillance and reconnaissance operations, and execute other preparation activities before completing the plan.

After-Action Review (AAR)

Is a professional discussion of an event, focused on performance standards, that enables soldiers to discover for themselves what happened, why it happened, and how to sustain strengths and improve on weaknesses. It is a tool leaders and units can use to get maximum benefit from every mission or task.

 

No commander, no matter how skilled, will see as much as the individual soldiers and leaders who actually conduct the training. Leaders can better correct deficiencies and sustain strengths by carefully evaluating and comparing soldier, leader, and unit performance against the standard. The AAR is the keystone of the evaluation process.

 

Of course, AARs are not cure-alls for unit-training problems. Leaders must still make on-the-spot corrections and take responsibility for training their soldiers and units. However, AARs are a key part of the training process. The goal is to improve soldier, leader, and unit performance. The result is a more cohesive and proficient fighting force.

 

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