WIM Leadership Lab (March – April, 2024)
WIM USA is extending their Professional Development Initiative with Cultivage’s 8-module Leadership Lab. This series is for the Spring of 2024. Classes are held from 6:30pm to 8pm MST every Tuesday from March 12th through April 30th. The class size is limited to 25 people, and all classes will be recorded.
The Leadership Lab is the start of a program that WIM USA is hoping to grow into multiple learning series available for their members. In partnership with Brooks & Nelson and Cultivage, WIM USA is able to offer the Leadership Lab at a discounted price of $1,500.
Designed to support individuals in the mining industry as they transition into leadership roles and assume responsibilities of managing others, advancing business development goals, growing talent within the organization, and overseeing company deliverables.
The curriculum offers an arc of leadership skills that includes strategic communication, direct-report and stakeholder management, team navigation, and conflict management. The sessions are highly interactive and incorporate case-studies with opportunities to put learning into practice. In addition, the latest research on women and leadership is integrated throughout each of the sessions.
Leadership Lab Modules
Content includes building trust & rapport; listening and question-asking skills; creating psychological safety; understanding the audience; making strong communication decisions; and communicating strategically to direct reports, upper management, and clients.March 12th, 2024
Content includes stakeholder management with an emphasis on managing up, down, and across the organization; setting expectations and creating aligned agreements; giving and receiving feedback; and handling difficult conversations.March 19th, 2024
Content includes working with direct reports to create alignment; identify goals; establish strategic action plans; and drive motivation and accountability.March 26th, 2024
Content includes managing emotional triggers; handling stress; building resiliency for oneself and one’s direct reports, and reading the social landscape in the workplace.April 2nd, 2024
Content includes assessing default behaviors when experiencing conflict; learning when and how to use 5 different conflict management strategies, and adopting an outcome-based vs. problem-based approach to conflict.April 9th, 2024
Content includes exploring the arc of team development; leveraging psychological safety for improved performance; honing team communication and team meeting strategies; and developing remote team management practices.April 16th, 2024
Content includes understanding how an ownership mindset improves stakeholder relationships and a manager's overall professional capacity; learning strategies to activate ownership in oneself and others; identifying barriers to effective ownership; and clarifying how 'above and below-the-line behaviors' impact ownership.April 23rd, 2024
Content includes moving from subject matter expert to team leader; learning to influence and create team ‘buy-in’, and stepping into new leadership roles.April 30th, 2024