A Logical and Practical Leadership Approach
The Practical Leadership workshop helps participants identify and focus on the leadership competencies that will be most beneficial to accomplish their business objectives. Participants learn the differences between leadership and management and how to develop specific leadership abilities. Through a series of exercises, participants determine the most important leadership traits to develop immediately.
Based on Auxilium’s Leadership for Engineers program, thousands of engineers have validated this learning method as a practical leadership development approach. One hundred percent of the profit from this workshop is donated to the charities we support (see below).
Case studies and real-life examples illustrate how the principles apply on the job. The Practical Leadership case studies and examples are drawn from a broad range of team environments at small, medium, and large companies serving many industries. You will also benefit from the instructor’s direct experience leading successful team projects for over 25 years.
After participating in the Practical Leadership workshop you will be enabled to:
- Become more influential
- Improve ability to lead projects and teams
- Identify leadership development goals specific to your needs
- Get more support for ideas that will benefit your company
- Build rapport with managers and peers
- Improve team communication
The Practical Leadership registration fee includes a comprehensive guidebook, case studies, assessments, personalized development plan, tip sheets, and email/phone follow-up with the workshop leader to assist with implementation. Lunch and refreshments are also included.
- Action Against Hunger
- The Children’s Aid Society
- Rocky Mountain MS Center
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Miami Rescue Mission
Electronics, mechanical and software engineering are all part of Gary Hinkle’s background, working in design and management of communication equipment, industrial controls, telemetry systems, consumer audio, avionics, computers, test & measurement, among other industries. Today, he’s principal consultant at Auxilium, a company he founded in 2002 to help engineering-oriented businesses increase productivity.
Throughout his career Gary has worked with thousands of managers and engineers at hundreds of companies – leading projects and teams, helping to improve processes, and helping technical leaders develop leadership and management competencies. Much of Gary’s knowledge comes from working directly with customers and learning from them. He has experienced what works and what doesn’t work within hundreds of businesses. Consulting clients and participants in his workshops benefit from this experience. (More)
Who Should Attend
- Project Leaders/Managers
- Department/Group Managers and Supervisors
- Prospective Managers
- People who are frustrated by the usefulness of leadership courses
- Anyone who can benefit from a logical and practical approach to leadership development