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EMERGING LEADERS - A Digital Program

The Emerging Leaders Digital Program is designed for key staff in your bank who are emerging as future leaders and who need opportunities to develop foundational leadership competencies. Through six
sessions delivered via video conference, participants will learn effective communication, coaching, influence and time management skills without ever being out-of-office.At the conclusion of the program, participants will have a leadership plan in place that will prepare them to take the next leadership steps at their banks.
 
Strategic Arts & Sciences is a consulting firm specializing in strategic planning, transformational leadership and organizational development.
 
The Indiana Bankers Association supports Indiana banking through issues analysis, professional education, and products and services that enhance financial institutions’ ability to help build better communities.
 

SESSIONS & TOPICS

Participants will participate in 1½ hour video conference calls covering specific leadership topics once a month for 6 months. Each participant will receive a focused 30 minute one-on-one coaching call in between sessions to review how they are bringing lessons learned into their bank. Below is an outline of topics and learning outcomes.
 
JUNE 7, 2019
MANAGING & PERFORMANCE
Recognize the critical competencies that distinguish being a leader from being a manager, and develop the ability to take ownership over your own leadership development journey.
•• Identify and understand key leadership competencies
•• Understand how to build and establish strong team visions and goals to drive performance
•• Develop personal leadership development plan
 
JULY 8, 2019
INFLUENCE & RELATIONSHIP BUILDING
Realize your influence ‘currency’ and how best to cultivate relationships to drive positive performance outcomes from direct reports, peers and teams.
•• Identify and optimize key relationship development opportunities
•• Understand the connection between relationships and influence
•• Build a personal influence plan
 
AUGUST 8, 2019
COMMUNICATION & CONFLICT
Learn to inspire and lead better interpersonal and departmental communication so that conflict transforms into a culture of feedback, innovation and productivity.
•• Recognize key differences in interpersonal communication styles
•• Understand how to communicate through conflict with an objective-oriented perspective
•• Know how to build teams and departments with positive, performance-driven communication cultures
 
SEPTEMBER 12, 2019
TIME MANAGEMENT
Understand the fundamental causes of time management constraints and learn tools to solve task saturation, including delegation and empowerment of those you work with.
•• Analyze your level of task saturation
•• Learn specific delegation/empowerment strategies
•• Identify key personal goals to orient time management
 
OCTOBER 14, 2019
COACHING 101: PERFORMANCE AND GROWTH
Learn to utilize best practices for one-on-one, in-themoment coaching that engage employees in their own growth and development while enabling better performance outcomes for teams and institutions.
•• Recognize the difference between coaching for attitude and coaching for behavior
•• Know how to develop employee coaching frameworks to guide in-the-moment coaching
•• Learn to leverage communication strategies that drive positive coaching experiences
 
NOVEMBER 4, 2019
COACHING, PERFORMANCE REVIEWS AND LEADERSHIP PLAN
Learn to apply a coaching style and methodology that maximizes employee development and revolutionizes the standard performance review.
•• Develop and apply strengths-based approach to performance coaching and reviews
•• Understand how to identify employee potential and maximize investments in employee development
•• Develop an employee performance management plan
 

FACULTY LEADERS

 
 
 JACKSON HATAWAY, PH.D
Jackson Hataway is a senior consultant in Strategic Arts & Sciences and holds a doctorate in organizational communication from the University of Alabama. He specializes in internal and external communication, organizational development and team building.Jackson is a faculty member on banking leadership programs across the USA and works regularly with banks to implement plans that will grow their internal bench of leaders. 
 
 STEVE AHLBERG, USN, MBA
Captain Steve Ahlberg's (Retired) core value system took shape during his career as a US Navy SEAL, SEAL Team leader, and Deputy Commander of the Navy SEAL community. He understands the reality of facing long odds and the ability to create and lead teams to defeat them. Steve works with organizations of all types to develop leaders and teams that can make a difference.
 
 JULI LYNCH, PH.D
Juli Lynch is the founder of Turning Pointe Consulting. Juli embraces a passion for working with organizations to develop leaders, teams and cultures that are dynamic, risk-taking and fully engaged in strategic initiatives. Juli has a doctorate in human and organizational development, which has given her the disciplined foundation of understanding organizations and the humans that they are made of. Additional guest faculty will join throughout the program.
 

APPLICATION - 2019 CLASS

Member Program Tuition: 
$1950 per attendee
Only 20 attendees are admitted to the program. Admissions are first-come, first-served.
 

Questions?

LAURIE REES
VP of Education & Training, IBA
Phone: 317-387-9380
Email: Lrees@indianabankers.org