Franklin Covey: The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership
The Franklin Covey 4 Essential Roles of Leadership lays the foundation for leaders to achieve successful results in their decisions and their teams in a fast-changing world. The training explores the four essential roles of leaders: (1) to inspire trust, (2) to create a vision, (3) to execute strategy, and (4) to coach potential. Facilitated by University of Alaska Chief Human Resources Officer Keli Hite McGee, this two-day training provides organizational leaders with an understanding of these four roles and how they can help increase effective leadership.
Course cost is $500.00/person and includes
1. Franklin Covey AllAccess Pass which allows you unlimited access to all Franklin Covey content
2. Participation Kit
3. Implementation Guide and team cards
4. Light breakfast, lunch and all day refreshments
5. University of Alaska parking pass for training sessions
A 10% discount is available to groups of 3 or more people from the same company that registers at the same time. Enter discount code TEAM during checkout.
About the Facilitator:
Keli Hite McGee joined the University of Alaska as the Chief Human Resources Officer in June 2016. She has more than 20 years of professional experience. Areas of expertise include communication, human resources, change management and leadership consulting, training, and coaching. She has worked in various industries including healthcare, higher education, and with private, state and federal organizations. McGee is a University of Alaska Fairbanks alumna earning a bachelor’s in English (1990) and a master’s in professional communication in 2000.