Endorsed by Barry Rellaford, cofounder of CoveyLink and head trainer of "The Speed of Trust"
Program Elements

Program Element # 1: Live TeleClasses on leadership and personal development topics

Weekly Leadership & Personal Development Training

Each week Tom Heck, President and Founder of the International Association of Teamwork Facilitators and creator of the Leader As Coach Fast Track Program will lead a live and interactive TeleClass.  Each class is designed to help you make the transition from traditional manager to Coach Leader.

These weekly Leadership TeleClasses are held on Tuesdays from 1 to 2:15 pm Eastern (New York City time zone).  The weekly Group Coaching Calls (detailed further down the page) are held on Thursdays from 1 to 2 pm Eastern.  All calls are recorded and archived for your convenience.

TeleClasses -- Convenient & Dynamic Learning

It's easy and simple to participate in a TeleClass.  Participants simply call a special phone number provided when you register that allows everyone to hear the instructor AND interact with (speak with) each other.  A normal phone (land line or cell) is used -- no special phone technology is needed on the participant's end.  Participants can call from anywhere. 

The class is not all lecture - - far from it.  In these TeleClasses you'll be treated like the professional you are and expected to show up ready to ask questions, give comments, and share feedback.  It's a lot like a graduate level class.

The phone conferencing technology we use is state of the art.  This system allows us to interact with each other in a way that is a lot like a live (in person) workshop.  The instructor can even place you in discussion groups of 2 to 4 people to talk (privately) with each other and then "bring you back" to the main (virtual) room.  You'll be engaged like never before.

Recordings Archived

Each TeleClass is recorded and posted at a special password protected "Members Only Area" where participants can also download class notes and resources.

Curriculum

WEEK 1:  Personal Balance

WEEK 2:  High Productivity

WEEK 3:  Self-Management

WEEK 4:  Communication

WEEK 5:  Healthy Boundaries

WEEK 6:  Quality Work

WEEK 7:  Taking Initiative / Entrepreneurial Mindset

 

Click on the link below to read a complete description of the curriculum.

7 -Week Curriculum Details for the Leader As Coach Fast Track Program

 

WEEK 1:  Personal Balance

A great leader is a strong person.

  • I have a rewarding life outside of work.
  • I have a coach who is developing me personally.
  • I don't try to get love or personal needs met at work.
  • I tell the truth to myself; I don't kid myself.
  • I know my top True Values and set goals around these.
  • I have a very strong Personal Foundation.
  • My personal life rarely gets in the way of my work life.
  • I know where I am along the Path of Development.
  • My boy is in excellent shape.
  • I am emotionally well.

WEEK 2:  High Productivity

High productivity is not a mystery; it simply requires a commitment and the tools, training and resources to make it happen, naturally.

  • I am 100% current.  No "inventory" of unfinished tasks/jobs.
  • I prioritize well and delegate everything I can.
  • I have all the equipment I need to be fully productive.
  • I know my goals and I reach them consistently.
  • I can access all information quickly; my files are perfect!
  • My work area is spotless and orderly.
  • I've mastered my job and I enjoy it; there are no crises.
  • I have/use an agenda for meetings, yet am flexible.
  • I'm fully automated (computer, email, fax, voice, etc.)

WEEK 3:  Self-Management

If you don't manage yourself, how do you expect anyone else to?

  • I'm always on time and ready for meetings, no rushing.
  • I've mastered time management.  It all gets done well.
  • I dress well, am well groomed and like the way I look.
  • I am very, very willing to grow and change.
  • I know my limits and I under-promise consistently.
  • I'm almost always in a good mood, naturally.
  • I anticipate or respond immediately to problems.
  • I do it, delegate it, reject it or dump it.
  • I go out of my work area for lunch and breaks.
  • If I find myself getting stopped or blocked, I ask for help.

WEEK 4:  Communication

We know who people are by the way they communicate and relate with us.

  • I am unconditionally constructive whenever I speak.
  • I speak "charge neutral" versus up or down.
  • I remain criticism-free even when I correct others.
  • I have tremendous amounts of compassion for others.
  • I make my points quickly and powerfully.  I "message".
  • I don't gossip.  Period.
  • I always come from a positive, solution oriented place.
  • I prepare for rather than force change.
  • I am direct, yet not obnoxious, in my speaking style.
  • I listen and discern exactly what another person is saying.

WEEK 5:  Healthy Boundaries

Everyone wants and needs things from you.  But you become a victim unless you protect yourself by strengthen your boundaries.

  • I take responsibility for failure, but not blame or shame.
  • I don't get caught up in any adrenaline/deadline rushes.
  • I don't answer the phone when I'm focused.
  • I don't let others "dump on" or be disrespectful to me.
  • I say no when I need to without putting people off.
  • I don't volunteer unless my work is caught up and perfect.
  • I don't tolerate very much or suffer at work.
  • I am honest with my manager regarding my workload.
  • I think about and evaluate requests before I respond.
  • I finish my work and leave on time almost every night.

WEEK 6:  Quality Work

100% is now barely enough.

  • I do accurate work; things don't come back to "bite" me.
  • I am very proud of everything I touch and accomplish.
  • My personal standards are very, very high.
  • I come in early and under budget on my projects/tasks.
  • I continually improve and innovate on work I do.
  • I have a policy to continuously "add value" to products/services.
  • I make sure I fully participate on the Total Quality Management (TQM) Team (or equivalent).
  • I expect, foster and even require the best from everyone.
  • I do accurate work; I don't make errors.
  • I suggest ways to create new products or services.

 

WEEK 7:  Taking Initiative / Entrepreneurial Mindset

Organizations desperately need leaders who take initiative and become "intrapreneurs" so the company can continue to create and stay ahead of the curve. 

  • I solve problems quickly and easily; then prevent them.
  • I am fearless:  I can ask anyone for everything I need.
  • I don't wait:  I act immediately.  I'm comfortable with a "Ready - Fire - Aim" approach.
  • I always speak up when I see a problem or possibility .
  • I don't get involved in projects that get me off track.
  • I take out "insurance" when I take a risk.  I'm not foolish.
  • I take at least one big risk a week.
  • When I feel scared, I reach out to get support/confidence.
  • I am willing to make mistakes.
  • I trust and respond to my intuition, instinct, or gut.

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