Effective leadership is the ability to handle conflict constructively in change-related processes, to model those skills for employees, and to develop systems to support constructive conflict cultures. We specialize in conflict and change training for leadership development. CCM has worked with top-level leadership in education (K-12), higher education, government organizations, national non-profits, and private sector organizations to achieve these goals and to develop the next generations of collaborative leaders.
The following is a list of content areas that are included in the collaborative leadership training materials we have designed and delivered for federal agencies.
- Social and Emotional Competence – Enhance leaders' social and emotional competence; develop their ability to model that competence for employees; and prepare them to actively support the development of SEL competencies in their organizations.
- Collaboration and Conflict Competence –Develop knowledge and skills for dealing constructively in change situations so leaders can align staff, employees, managers and stakeholders to move together.
- Diversity in Leadership Thought and Action – Increase leaders' interest and ability to appreciate, value, embrace, embody, and support diversity of cultures, perspectives, intentions, and methods in the workplace.
- Use of Technology in Support of Innovation> – Prepare leaders to strategically use technological processes to enhance collaboration and change processes.