As a leader, it’s important to drive performance and strategy through business execution, or the "how" of getting things done. This five-part course covers the responsibilities of effective team leadership and provides you with techniques to develop the skills needed to succeed. Learn how to prioritize activities and stay focused on your goals to ensure your department's work supports the strategic objectives of your organization. Building and supporting an innovative culture is aided by an effective change management process, and the best way to adapt to the pace of change in today's business world. Leaders must manage teams through the ongoing transition processes and remove obstacles that can hinder productive teamwork. Having your own leadership development plan is part of a successful leadership development strategy and will help ensure you remain focused on what is required to continually grow and develop as a leader.


  • 1. Key Elements of Business Execution • consider the characteristics of business execution cultures and techniques for fostering it • examine the three elements to execute your business strategy: planning, people, and practice
  • 2. Building Innovation Cultures and Leaders • learn how to nurture a culture of business innovation through different approaches to innovation leadership • explore the importance of experimenting, managing change, and executing a project
  • 3.Leading Your Team through Change • examine different types of resistance and obstacles to change • learn how to overcome resistance in a collaborative manner
  • 4. Building a Leadership Development Plan • assess yourself as a leader • establish a vision for the future identify obstacles to the vision
  • 5. Aligning Unit Goals and Imperatives • learn about the importance of setting strategic, tactical, and operational goals to meet an organizational vision


Supervisors, managers, directors, and individuals wanting to develop their leadership skills.