Your Business Leadership Needs

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS EMERGING LEADERS MID-LEVEL LEADERS SENIOR LEADERS EXECUTIVE LEADERS
Developing Leadership Relationships Through Interpersonal Skills
Take Charge Leadership – Mark of the Lion
Big Think Transformational Leadership Strategy for Leaders
Leadership Alignment Coaching
Lead like a Coach, Think like a Mentor and Influence like a Leader
Leadership Mastery for High Performance Leaders
Management Innovation Leadership for Managers

 

Leadership Levels

  1. Individual Leaders may not have positional authority or a formal leadership role, but these people are expected to perform, contribute and influence in a leader-like manner.
  2. Emerging Leaders are at an early-stage in their careers.  They have been identified for their leadership potential and aspirations.
  3. Mid-Level Leaders are typically mid-level managers making the transition from tactical to strategic leadership. Their focus is shifting beyond functional responsibilities to the overall organizational issues.
  4. Senior Leaders manage divisions or business units.  In addition to their operational responsibilities, they are responsible for enterprise-wide opportunities and challenges.
  5. Executive Leaders operate at the strategic level of the business.  They are responsible for crafting and executing your organization’s business model.