Leadership in the 21st
For more information
contact Stf/C Harold W. O'Briant Jr., JN
, 252-241-4328 or email@example.com
24 February 2017
Seminar at Rosen Centre Hotel
9840 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819-
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Continue developing District and Squadron members as leaders and role models. Provide leadership development for members of other organizations.
Prerequisites: This is an advanced course. USPS Leadership LD 101 and LD 102 completion are both prerequisites for attendance. No advance preparation is required.
- Provide training that is scalable and repeatable at various organizational levels
- Provide leadership training consistent with USPS and other enterprise strategies
- Utilize courses/programs previously developed (Leadership Development, Operations Training and Instructor Development)
- Build new material designed specifically for USPS members and other participants from the public
Media: PowerPoint slides - Group Live (instructor presenting materials with student interaction)
Materials: Detailed course notes provided to each student
Activities: Team exercises and practice case studies
Certificate: Successful students will receive a certificate.
Participants: All USPS members are encouraged to attend and public participation will be permitted
Fee: The Board of Directors voted a $50 supplement towards the $99 cost per student for classes held in 2017. All students will be charged $49.00 for each class.
Maximum Attendance: 40 - minimum attendance 10 Registration Cutoff - 9 January 2017.
For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact our office at 888-367-8777
Introduction and Ice-breaker 9:15am - 9:30am
Module 1: 9:30am - 11:00am: (break included): Leadership Knowledge and Skills - re-affirm the fundamentals of leadership covered in LD101 and LD102
- Define, compare and contrast various motivational theories and models - Relate these modes, styles (LD102) and leadership characteristics (LD 101) to practical applications
- Revisit various personality types in view of styles, leadership models and motivation to different situationss
- Practice problem solving techniques
- Apply effective meeting capabilities
- Motivational Theory and Leadership
- Motivational models
- Motivation in the USPS setting
- Influencing behavior
- Goal Setting and the Commander's Legacy
- This module will combine theory with the subjects of Principles of Leadership, Leadership Styles and other foundation material from LD 101 and LD 102
Break: 10:45am - 11:00 am
Module 2: 11:00am - 12:15pm: Teambuilding Techniques - methods for developing and managing high-performance work teams and committees
- Attitudes Revisited
- How Leadership Styles and Motivational Techniques influence team development/success
- This module will build upon the skills learned in LD101 and LD102 and feature some practical tools for increasing membership involvement. A key element will be overseeing all of the committees at the District or Squadron level and the links between them
Break: 12:15pm - 1:15pm - Working Lunch (begin Case Study)
Module 3: 1:15pm - 2:45pm: Problem Solving - Develop goals and an action plan to address a typical squadron challenge - hands on application using the knowledge and skills gained in LD101 and LD102 as well as Modules 1 and 2 of this seminar.
- Case Study featuring Cdr Daisy Ducker, JN, P/C Grumpy Brown, SN and the other Diamond Mine Squadron characters.
- Solution Report-out - summary of team prepared solution.
Break: 2:45pm - 3:00pm
Module 4: 3:00pm - 3:30pm: Operations Training: The Commander's Department, Jobs, Responsibilities and Committees. Brief Review of Operations Manual. This module is specifically designed for the Commander
- Where to look and what to read
- Some thoughts on the Nominating Committee
- Hosting a Chief's Rep at a District Conference
Module 5: 3:30pm - 4:00pm: Planning and Executing Effective Meetings - Styles, Meetings and Conflict Resolution
- Using your own leadership style for conducting effective meetings
- Problem solving in a meeting environment (review of handling conflict in a public forum)
Closing, Evaluation and Follow-up 4:00pm - 4:15pm
Module 6: 4:00pm - 4:15pm: Closing - One More Story and Complete Evaluations
What Students Say about this course:
- The review of motivational models and motivation in USPS was very useful.
- The tools for building membership development will help me with my squadron.
- The Case Study presented a number of problems that were worth discussing.
- I really enjoyed working with other members on my team.
- The Nominating Committee section was excellent!
- I learned some new tips on handling conflict during meetings.
- I will be able to immediately apply the skills learned in this class.
- On a scale of 1 to 5, members rate the "value for money" they received from participating in this training an average of 4.7 based on their costs for attending i.e. time, travel, hotel, meals, and course fee where 5 is the highest.
Course Facilitator: R/C Anita F. Walker, JN
Anita is the Chair of the National Leadership Development
Committee, a Certified Instructor, and an Operations Training Program presenter. She teaches Instructor Development and
the Public Boating Course. Anita has a BS in Economics from the University of Illinois and an MBA in Operations
Management from Illinois Benedictine University. During her manufacturing/consulting days, Anita was on the
national training team employee faculty for Johnson and Johnson, Coopers & Lybrand, Gemini Consulting and KPMG.
Subjects included: Leadership Development, Team Building, Quality, Operations/Supply Chain Improvement, Organizational
Structure and Strategy, Organizational Turnaround, Safety and other manufacturing/government topics.
Please call or email to indicate your interest:
The course will be held on Friday 24 February 2017.
Contact Stf/C Harold O'Briant, JN 252-241-4328 or firstname.lastname@example.org