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Leadership Training Skills Courses in Illinois
State of Illinois - Aurora, Bloomington, Chicago, Decatur, Downers Grove, Edwardsville, Elgin, Great Lakes, Hoffman Estates, Homewood, Huntley, Lake Zurich, Libertyville, Minooka, Mount Prospect, Naperville, Oak Park, Peoria, Rockford, Springfield and Willow Springs.
The Leadership Training Institute teaches participants to confidently use proven methods of management leadership to lead people and help them plan, organize and control their work assignments. They will learn to use resources made available to them more effectively.
Leadership Training Skills in Chicago, Illinois
Participants will be more successful in achieving the results for which they are accountable and contribute to positive business results.
The successful outcomes of this workshop will be demonstrated by the participants' success in achieving performance development objectives. Participants are re-evaluated at a 90-day post-workshop self-assessment. This post-workshop assessment ensures that goals from the workshop are not only met but are being used on a continued basis. After attending our Leadership Skills Workshop, you can be assured that you will confidentially lead in a superior fashion.
On-Site Training in Chicago, Illinois : can be tailored to the needs of client organization and delivered on-site at time and location of client choice.
Objectives for the Chicago, Illinois leadership training program:
At the 90-day post-workshop assessment, participants will have:
- Demonstrated (on the job) an understanding that the intuitive style of leadership (self-centered, directive) will only work in special circumstances and will have made noticeable improvement in working themselves toward a management leadership style (participatory, empowering)
- Spent more time "leading and managing" and less time "doing"
- Used the action planning process to plan and implement at least one important initiative that has a positive impact on business results
- Used the decision-making technique on the job to arrive at sound decisions that have or will have a positive impact on business results
- Demonstrated greater ability to function in teamwork situations
- Developed and successfully used a system of control by exception
Illinois: Chicago, Springfield and Rockford
Chicago is a major cultural centre and has a multitude of attractions for visitors. Among the many excellent museums in Chicago is the Museum of Science and Industry. Be sure to ascend the Sears Tower and don't miss Chicago's renowned Brookfield Zoo. While in Chicago be sure to visit the shore of Lake Michigan�the downtown Chicago skyscrapers and the lake help make for an impressive skyline. The lakeshore also offers beaches and other water activities.
Springfield, the capital city of the great state of Illinois � located on historic U.S. Route 66 in Sangamon County, mid-point between Chicago and St. Louis � awaits you! Here you�ll discover a myriad of sightseeing opportunities including wonderful historic sites, world-class museums, unique special events and cultural activities�amidst an All-American Midwestern city.
Rockford, Illinois, was first settled in 1834-1835 by Germanicus Kent, Thatcher Blake, and Lewis Lemon, all of whom came from Galena and established themselves on the west bank of Rock River; and Daniel Shaw Haight, who founded a settlement on the east bank. (Lemon, a slave, later bought his freedom, but stayed in the area as a truck farmer.)