Glowan Launches New L3 Leadership Learning Process - Blended Learning Program Centers on Trio of Leadership Values

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The Glowan Consulting Group today introduced the innovative Â?L3Â? Leadership Learning Process for managers and executives, a blended learning program that emphasizes the individual as a leader rather than Â?teachingÂ? specific leadership skills. Key elements include a leadership retreat and an extensive post-workshop process, both of which revolve around three leadership pillars.

The Glowan Consulting Group today introduced the innovative “L3” Leadership Learning Process for managers and executives, a blended learning program that emphasizes the individual as a leader rather than “teaching” specific leadership skills. Key elements include a leadership retreat and an extensive post-workshop process, both of which revolve around three leadership pillars.

The L3 process is aimed to facilitate people in becoming the leaders they were meant to be, not adopting the style of someone else. The process includes a two-day, off-site leadership retreat, executive coaching, and skill development in a fully integrated learning plan. The post-workshop component of the process typically lasts from 6 months to one year. The program is conducted by a team of facilitators with broad and deep business and human capital experience. Many facilitators are former successful chief executives.

The leadership development plan is based on the three pillars of leadership:

L1, Leading Self – Self leadership is the foundation of becoming a successful leader. Participants assess their work/life integration and set goals for achieving a harmonious blend of the various components of their total life.

L2, Leading with Others – L2 emphasizes becoming a collaborative leader. Assessments and case studies are provided to develop strategies and goals for building a collaborative culture back at the workplace.    

L3, Leading Others – Finally L3 explores the culture of the participant’s work team, organization and company. Elements of creating a great place to work are explored and tools and techniques are provided for creating efficiencies and accountability.

Participants in the process receive support from colleagues at work, executive coaches and select Glowan affiliates based upon need. Glowan provides post-workshop support and coaching utilizing the facilitators of the workshop and additional specialists as required. Situationally, more than one coach may be involved with a participant at the same time during the blended learning process.

The process results in participants building leadership skills and gaining knowledge that sticks, while employers benefit by having higher-skilled and more capable executives and managers.

What Clients Say:

"I participated in the L3 Leadership Learning Workshop and subsequent learning process, and I'm thrilled with the outcome,” explains Cathi O’Sullivan, Director of Marketing & Business Development for CCI. “Not only did the coaching make sense to me, but I was immediately able to apply it to my life and work with the help of ongoing learning and coaching by Glowan professionals.”

“As I work through my personal Learning Plan, the focus is on me, my goals and my challenges,” she adds, “and I have a support network to help me stay on track. My personal and professional lives have benefited from this work immensely so far, and I expect amazing long-term results."

About Glowan

The Glowan Consulting Group is a privately held company engaged in the business of helping companies nationwide adapt to the rapidly changing business climate in our emerging global economy. Our network of Business Professionals have broad and deep experience and are skilled not only in all facets of operating businesses but also in moving our client companies from their current positions to structures and processes that position them to better serve their customers.

Contact:

John Anderson, Principal

408/293-8572

info@glowan.com

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