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Global Leadership Training Program (GLTP)

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The Global Leadership Training Program will improve the skills and performance of anyone in your company leading people.

Our proven curriculum optimizes the development of essential leadership principles, methods and procedures, allowing participants to contribute significantly to the ongoing success of their companies in a meaningful way.

Participants will achieve increasingly advanced abilities to:

  • Understand the motives and competencies of those around them
  • Find and keep ‘A players’
  • Build and lead strong, functional teams
  • Resolve challenges to achieve strategic initiatives
  • Take responsibility and get results
  • Make quality decisions
  • Drive change
  • And dramatically improve a company’s performance

“The global leadership training program provides an excellent leadership development opportunity for high potential team members. The curriculum is always relevant and the monthly classes allow participants enough time to practice their new skills between sessions. And the one-to-one coaching provides even deeper learning, in addition to personalized guidance and feedback from an experienced ceo.”

Lisa MacNeil, President, Tree of Life Canada

CEO Global Network has been training business leaders for over ten years. Our training has been developed through extensive practical experience with hundreds of high-performing business leaders and is based on proven best practices and management tools.

Our targeted curriculum focuses on the three major leadership imperatives for high performance:

  • Developing Emotional Intelligence
  • Building the ‘A’ Team
  • Developing a Culture of Accountability and Getting Results

Session Themes

A brief overview of the Global Leadership Training Program session themes.

The first session of the GLTP begins with a review of the ‘7 Imperatives of Great CEOS’, with specific emphasis on the necessity of vision, implementing culture, driving accountability, and achieving alignment and synchronicity. Participants will also be introduced to Emotional Intelligence (EI), including the Five Components of EI, and the crucial role that EI plays in enabling high performance.

This session goes deeper into Emotional Intelligence with an examination of the four essential EI competencies of leaders, and the EI skills associated with leadership derailment. The purpose of this session is to help participants identify their leadership potential and understand the habits holding them back from reaching their full potential. To facilitate this, participants will be encouraged to participate in an EQ Self-Assessment.

In this session we examine the Five Dysfunctions of a Team and the key ways to overcome them. Participants will complete a ‘Team Assessment’, identify the #1 dysfunction on the team they are currently leading, and learn specific actions they can take to eliminate that dysfunction. This session also takes a focused look at the keys to successful meetings, with specific emphasis on the benefits of the Four Meeting Model.

This session provides participants with the required tools to help them develop a culture of accountability within the team they are leading. The goal of the session is for participants to understand the importance of a well-defined Mission, the Four Superpowers of OKRs (Objectives and Key Results), and develop their number one strategic priority to improve their team’s ‘spirit of performance’.

In this session, participants will be introduced to the key characteristics and ‘mega competencies’ of ‘A-Players’ and why they are so important to find, attract and retain. Specific tools and action items to achieve this will be shared and discussed. Participants will also how to identify and deal with B and C Players.

This session begins with a review of EQ Self-Assessment results with the intention of providing each participant with a better understanding of the emotional intelligence skills essential to support being a successful leader. ​The value of receiving feedback is discussed alongside an introduction to the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI 360).Participants will be encouraged to complete an LPI 360 on themselves, the person they report to, their peers and their direct reports.

In this session we will dig deeper in team performance and look at the five critical factors in building an A-Player team. This session also includes a comprehensive discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion and the importance of DEI to a healthy team dynamic.

In this session, participants will review their LPI 360 feedback, determine their #1 leadership behaviour to improve based on that feedback, and develop a specific action plan to achieve that improvement. The value of KPIs​, the importance of knowing the numbers and having a template to view and analyse those numbers will be discusses. Participants will be challenged to develop their top three KPIs for their area of responsibility.

This session focuses on how to deliver “superior” presentations and how (and when) to have successful ‘confrontational’ conversations. Participants will take away key communication and presentation tips and tools​, and identify their #1 Action Item for their most important #1 Fierce Conversation.

The purpose of this session is for participants to learn how to have successfully lead transformational change and drive innovation, including the ‘Eight steps to Transformational Change’ and the ‘4 Box Change Management Model.’ Participants will also​ evaluate how they spend their time versus the highest and best use of their time and determine action items for improving their time leadership.

Upcoming Classes

Class 1
With Tony Martino and Ron McIntosh
11am to 3pm ET

  • June 6
  • July 9
  • August 1
  • September 5
  • October 3
  • November 7
  • December 5
  • January 9
  • February 6
  • March 6

Class 2
With David Garton and John Piercy
8am to 12pm ET

  • May 28
  • June 25
  • July 23
  • August 27
  • September 24
  • October 22
  • November 19
  • December 10
  • January 28
  • February 25

Class 3
With Randy Garfield and Darren Munnich
11am to 3pm ET

  • May 22
  • June 25
  • July 30
  • August 27
  • September 24
  • October 29
  • November 26
  • December 17
  • January 28
  • February 25

Each Class includes 40 hours of participative leadership training broken down into 10, four-hour group sessions over 10 months. The group sessions are supported by monthly, 30-minute, one-to-one sessions with a Class Trainer to answer any questions, follow up on action items and ensure learning of major principles of each topic, Participants also have access to ongoing CEO Global Network webinars, roundtables and virtual speaker events.

Please note that all training and coaching sessions are delivered remotely.

“My experience, although early in the global leadership training program, has already delivered an immediate positive impact on how I view my position, roles and responsibilities, and operational discipline. The program structure provides pre-work case studies, group breakout discussions with peers across industries, and practical actions to implement. I have no doubt I will come out of this experience a better leader.”

Rod Kath, VP of Sales Americas, Lattice Semiconductor

Our Trainers

Our GLTP Trainers include CEO Global Network Group Leaders, Mentors and Partners: Lenna BradburnRandy GarfieldDavid GartonTim HardmanLinda KernJamelle LindoTony MartinoRon McIntoshRob MeikleDarren MunnichJohn Piercy, and George Torok.

The total cost of this training program is:

$7,500 per participant

(+ taxes if applicable)

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