Leadership Training at Cornell-BLG Leadership Academy June 5-8, 12-15 2013

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–      Bacharach Leadership Group, partnering with Cornell University’s ILR School, is offering unique leadership training program this June.

New York, NY– BLG Leadership Academy today announced that it will offer its groundbreaking training program on June 5th through June 8th, and then June 12th through June 15th 2013 at the Cornell University campus in New York, NY . Registration is available immediately at http://bit.ly/XGCh7Q

The program is comprised of four courses, each addressing a core behavioral leadership competency. All courses incorporate instruction, case studies, and exercises relevant to participants’ managerial or supervisory experience and teach the participants as follows:

Change Leadership: Learn about identifying opportunities for action and change, developing an agenda, networking across the organization, overcoming resistance, selling ideas, mobilizing teams, and getting the buy-in.

Proactive Negotiation and Persuasion.  Gain the critical skills for preparing for negotiations, assessing bargaining power, using proactive arguments, questions and emotions to engage the other party in the negotiation.

Engaging and leading Teams: Obtain the skills required to manage teams for commitment and forward movement, create team cohesion while leaving room for creativity, and use the tools of engagement to create a motivated and committed team environment.

Enhancing and coaching others.  Enhance capabilities of individual team members as well as the team, including the specific skills of listening, questioning, delivering feedback, setting goals, and overcoming blocks.

About Bacharach Leadership Group

The BLG perspective was developed by Professor Samuel B. Bacharach over more than 30 years of academic research and real-world application is based on the belief that while vision and charisma motivate and create a sense of direction, the final test of leadership is getting results. Successful leaders are those who have mastered the pragmatic behavioral skills of execution. The BLG Model specifically focuses on how to take a vision or a strategy from initiation to implementation. The BLG Model focuses on the pragmatic, nuts-and-bolts skills of getting things done.



Scott Jenkins 

Managing Director 
Bacharach Leadership Group (BLG) 
Phone 646.784.6364 
E-Mail: sjenkins@blg-lead.com 

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