CONSULTATION AND COACHING
FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERS AND BOARDS
Establishing a successful and sustainable organization takes more than
management expertise. It requires genuine leadership – the ability to
guide individuals and teams to their highest level of collaboration,
innovation and effectiveness.
Today’s leaders play many roles: visionary, role model, architect and
defender of values, team builder, coach, change agent, strategist,
economist and advocate for excellence.
While productivity and economics are always an issue, today’s leaders
also understand the importance of creating a values-driven vision that
becomes the benchmark for individual and organizational decision-making.
Leaders seek best-practices that produce integrity, adaptability,
sustainability and execution.
They view their organization as a dynamic system of highly
interdependent relationships and provide tools and strategies that build
harmony and synergy.
They model and exact a commitment from their employees to lifelong
learning and professional excellence.
They are self-transforming role models who create organizational
cultures that illicit in their employees a fierce dedication to quality
Jonathan Wolff’s leadership retreats, coaching and consultations help
today’s leaders embody and incorporate the principles and practices that
can guide their institutions to greatness.
Retreats for Leaders
Part I – THE INDIVIDUAL: Making Your Life and Your Work Be About What
You Value Most – Take stock of your knowledge, skills, achievements,
resources, and dreams, and reframe the direction of your work and your
life in ways that feed your soul.
Part II – THE ORGANIZATION: Defining the Core Essence of Your
Organization – Conceptualize the mission, values, and best-practices
of your organization from the inside out. Build consensus, promote
creativity and collaboration, inspire employee and customer trust and
loyalty, and expand production and profit margins.
Part III – INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL ENTRAINMENT: Unifying
Values, Passions and Goals – Breathe new life into your organization
by creating an institutional culture that develops and supports the
capabilities, interests and goals of your employees; inspires
innovation; reduces employee absenteeism and turnover; and fosters
Part IV – THE COMMUNITY AND THE WORLD: Contributing to the
Greater Good – Share your influence, expertise and resources by
supporting others in your community and the world who are in need. Take
a stand. Make a difference. Embrace your “greater self.”
Assessing the Character of Your Organization – Explore 3 models
for creating standards of excellence and a collaborative atmosphere
throughout your organization.
Blueprint for Change – Challenge and crisis can be an invitation
to improve your skill as a leader. Redirect the energy used to maintain
the nonproductive habits of thinking that inhibit your effectiveness as
a leader and create relationships and an organizational culture that
foster communication, cooperation and commitment.
Championing Greatness: Leadership that Transforms Lives and
Organizations – A new vision of management, one that celebrates
diversity, collaboration and connection is emerging. Discover the roots
of this vision within your own life and learn to apply leadership
principles that transform challenge and chaos into insight,
effectiveness and personal and professional satisfaction.
Developing A Mentoring Culture in Your Organization – Create a
dynamic mentoring culture among managers and employees that enriches
communication and harmony, fosters relationships with clients and
improves productivity and effectiveness.
Empowering Staff to Support Organizational Objectives: Fostering an
Atmosphere of Harmony, Loyalty and Teamwork – A self-assessment and
planning process for organizational leaders designed to create employee
relationships that foster communication, cooperation and commitment.
Six Practices of Healthy Organizations: Fostering Harmony, Honoring
Diversity, Building Unity – Learn to create a vibrant and dynamic
working environment among your organization’s various departments and
Transforming Organizations Through Reflective Leadership Practices – Develop and operationalize an organizational vision, core values and
objectives that motivate employees to do their best work and support
their coworkers. Includes ideas for attracting and retaining quality
employees; practices for honest, respectful communication; techniques
for fostering personal responsibility and teamwork; and methods for
implementing and maintaining professional growth practices.
What is Your Organization's “Creativity Quotient?” – A hands-on
practicum for enhancing creativity and critical thinking in the
workplace. Fosters new perspectives and habits of thinking.
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