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Are You Ready for the Next Level of Leadership?

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, March 19, 2019

What would happen if General Colin Powell, Cynthia Trudell, Suzie Smibert, Sara Andrews, Tom Murphy, and many other executives and coaches came together to close the leadership skills gap in your organization? Well, they did and the result is available to you with Watermark’s High Performance Leadership Academy! This 12-week online program was designed to enable frontline managers to achieve their fullest potential; to make them better leaders. 

April 22, 2019 | only 50 spaces available | REGISTER | Download Details

 September 16, 2019* | only 50 spaces available | REGISTER | Download Details

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As Debbie Storey, EVP Mobility Customer Service (Emeritus) from AT&T said: “This leadership program offers foundational leadership training, and helps women increase their network, find the balance they need to take on leadership at work, grow their confidence, and learn from the real-life stories of other successful women. I believe this program is a great investment in women leaders.”

The Academy is comprehensive. It’s not a singularly focused course on any one area of concern, but rather a whole solution of competencies needed to close the leadership skills gap today. The Academy is aimed at developing the most important leadership capabilities which will enable first- and mid-level managers to be more effective in their roles. Additionally, and importantly, the Academy is scalable, cost-effective, and designed to be non-disruptive to the already busy schedule of all frontline leaders. As a result, it creates the fastest return on learning possible. It makes frontline leaders better and in turn creates a positive impact on team and organizational performance.

And be sure to watch Watermark's recent Informational Webinar with CEO Tim Raschulte and Facilitator Debby Thomas, Ph.d.

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Questions? Contact us HERE.

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