Dale is the CEO of DEANHOUSTON. He has a passion for developing leaders in his company. He tells how Andy and Academy Leadership have done a great job for him.
Julie is an executive in a family owned construction and concrete business. A client of Academy Leadership since 2012, she has seen a huge increase in sales and performance in their business. Academy Leadership has given them a competitive advantage.
Dale Dean reflects on how his leaders were better able to deal with the COVID crisis because of the preparation from Academy Leadership.
Tina Troke Campana is Assistant Dean of the UC San Diego School of Engineering. Here she describes how the Academy Leadership program helped team members learn to value their differences and balance each other to implement needed organizational changes.
Kevin Kerrigan is Director of Technology for Hillsborough County Florida. Academy Leadership has helped he and his team communicate more effectively and set goals and expectations more clearly.
Dale Dean, CEO of DEANHOUSTON, describes why he selected Academy Leadership to develop the leaders in his company. It has turned out to be "perfectly aligned" with his goals.
Kevin Kerrigan tells how the Academy Leadership philosophy and style has spread through his team, This has made meetings more focused, outcomes more tangible, and delegation more effective.
Dale Dean and Colton Stombaugh - a participant in the Academy Leadership experience - talk about the unanticipated value of having a mentor. Mentoring combined with more concentrated training allowed theory to be applied and real change to happen.
Colton Stombaugh - a participant in the Academy Leadership experience at DEANHOUSTON - describes how Academy Leadership concepts helped hw and his teammates deal with issues caused by the impact of COVID19.
Dale Dean, CEO of DEANHOUSTON, shares some thoughts with other CEOs who want to start a leadership development program. Understand the Why.
Tana Troke Campana is the Senior Assistant Dean and Chief of Staff for the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego. Listen as she describes how a custom Leadership Development Program brought her team together with a common language and approach. It helped break down silos and enabled productive change.
In well led organizations, successes are celebrated and problems are dealt with effectively. They are usually harmonious, more successful than competitors, and full of highly engaged employees. Then there are others - which could be a lot better. For owners and employees. Here are some ideas for moving toward being a well-led organization.
Leaders can be developed. As with any other talent - like swimming - leadership can be developed over time. There are skills to be learned, and those skills must be practiced. Feedback and coaching will be part of the effort as well. Everyone can become a better leader. Better leaders make better organizations.
The Leadership Excellence Course is a terrific way to start someone on the path to more effective leadership.
The Leadership Excellence Course is the flagship program of Academy Leadership. It is suitable for all levels of leaders, and includes three months of coaching to help participants apply principles they learned.