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Sign up for an Introductory Session of Leadership from the Inside Out program

Afternoon introductory Session: August 16th, 2022, 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm. Arrive at 3:45 pm for a 4:00 pm start. A light snack will be served. The Glencoe Club, Club Room A.

Morning introductory Session: September 9, 2022, 8:00 am – 9:15 am. Arrive at 7:45 am for an 8:00 am session start. A light breakfast will be served. The Glencoe Club, Club Room A.

Come join Lorna Johnston and meet leaders like you keen to learn how Leadership from the Inside Out will empower you to take your leadership role to a whole new level.

The program offers a cohesive model to understand in simple terms the complex human dynamics that happen at work, with our clients, our teams, and everyone we are in contact with. These unseen dynamics are the driving force for success or failure.

You will learn specific and powerful skills – both soft and hard – essential to successfully supporting your team to excel even under difficult and uncertain circumstances. Created by The Change Institute, this one-of-a-kind program includes learning and working with the psychological model of human behaviour Transactional Analysis. Leaders learn actionable strategies to create thriving organizations where people excel and produce outstanding results.  

At this introductory experience, you will receive:

  • An introduction to the unique program, Leadership From the Inside Out, and how it can benefit you and your organization.
  • Past participants are sometimes available for questions and conversations.
  • Learn a concept from the course that uncovers how your inner theatre influences communication, emotions, and relationships. And a strategy for staying in charge of yourself in difficult situations.
  • With the awareness and skills leaders gain from our program leaders respond to their people, their clients, and the challenges they face with clarity and confidence. 

This is a leader for the 21st century.

Why now?

The Harvard Business Review March-April 2019 issue sums it up:

“…most executive education programs—designed as extensions of or substitutes for MBA programs—focus on discipline-based skill sets, such as strategy development and financial analysis, and seriously underplay important relational, communication, and affective skills.”

The Change Institute meets that need.