Emerging Leader Series
Recruiting, engaging and retaining talent is critical to your success—but did you know the #1 reason that young people leave jobs is a perceived lack of development opportunities? What’s more, 40% of Millennials (people born between 1981 and 1996) want to serve in a leadership capacity and Generation Z (those born after 1996) doesn’t want to follow the traditional hierarchical path of moving up in an organization. This is why ADVISA created the Emerging Leader Series.
About the series
The Emerging Leader Series is tailored to the unique needs of those who are early in their career journey, are high-performing individual contributors, and who want to learn more about management as a possible springboard to their first formal leadership role.
- It’s 100% virtual with weekly touchpoints for four and a half months
- The series offers a “best of both worlds” blend of self-directed, “any time, any place learning” and facilitated virtual group sessions using the Zoom video platform
- Content is delivered in bite-sized chunks that learners can consume all at once and immediately apply the insight gained
Each week, participants will watch micro-learning videos, absorb concepts and new information in self-directed pre-work, engage in a 90-minute group session focused on the leadership topic, and then apply their learnings through follow-up reinforcement and practice.
- Phase 1: Intro to Leadership
- Phase 2: Self-Awareness
- Phase 3: Self-Management
- Phase 4: Engaging Others
- Phase 5: Achieve Results + Graduation
I wanted to learn how to grow as a professional and become a leader, even if I don’t manage a team of people or have a traditional leadership title. I’m grateful for this experience and highly recommend ADVISA’s Emerging Leader Series to anyone looking to grow and develop as a leader in their organization.
Reserve your seat now.
To register for an upcoming Emerging Leader Series, click the link below. And in the meantime, take a moment to learn more about ADVISA’s approach to leadership effectiveness.