Leadership Development System
Based on thorough needs analysis we’ll select the most appropriate components to build your customized curriculum.
Roles, responsibilities & ethical guidelines
Leadership in organizations & community
Fostering motivation & engagement
Leadership decision-making styles
Self-awareness & self-management
Persuasion: advanced communication skills
Understanding emotional intelligence
Developing effective teams
Building teams & culture
Feedback & innovation
Creating consensus out of chaos
Chairing & facilitating meetings
Leading in a unionized environment
Leading the Organization
The value of collaboration
Working across boundaries (diplomacy)
Leaders as coaches
The 4 principles of Lean
Applying Lean principles
Human resources management
Managing layoffs, dismissals, & resignations
Building great orientation & training
Our Leadership Development System is:
Covering all key aspects of effective leadership—so your program is as broad and deep as you need it to be.
Saving you time and money as your program includes only what’s directly related to your needs.
Gaining you learner engagement as your program is directly relevant to your organization.
Reassuring, as your program includes all participant materials, facilitator guides, online elements, presentations, case studies, quizzes, etc.
4Forward has completed several projects for the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC), including instructor guides, self-directed workbooks, website “web quests,” orientation kits for employment counselors, and a guidebook called the Canadian Academy for Travel & Tourism (CATT) Succession Guide for career program staff at secondary schools. These projects have included learning blueprints, content capture (review and organization of printed and online materials, SME interviews, and focus groups), development of instructional and assessment strategies, and creative content development. The work produced in these projects is now being used by thousands of students in industry and at colleges in all regions of Canada."
— Jason Gourley, Former Program Manager
Canadian Tourism HR Council
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