Your 10-day, intensive leadership development program for those facing new challenges or wanting to advance your people skills.
Want to learn how to get other people to help you achieve your goals?
Wondering how to tackle a sticky problem or complex systems change?
Have the technical skills and education, but want to feel more confident about leading staff?
Feel like something is missing in your toolbox when it comes to dealing with people? Or simply want to reach a new level of mastery?
Feeling a bit alone and looking for colleagues to challenge and support you?
If any of these apply, then this program is for YOU!
Targeted Participants:Triple Impact Leadership is designed for mid-career professionals, supervisors, managers, project leads, program leaders, executives, and board members. It is especially designed for those who are willing to explore who they are as leaders and who want tools and support to achieve their goals personally, in relationships, in organizations, and in their communities. This special offering is targeting Mat-Su non-profit leaders, emerging leaders, board members and Collective Impact or Coalition members.
Program Overview: Triple Impact Leadership focuses on achieving goals at the individual, the organization, and the community levels using eight leadership disciplines and a process for planned change. These disciplines emerged from Michael Broom, Ph.D. and Edie Seashore, M.A.’s work at Johns Hopkins University and NTL. Under their leadership we began the program in Alaska in 2007.
The core disciplines are: • Conscious Use of Self • Thinking Systemically • Sound and Current Data • Feedback • Empowerment • Infinite Power • Learning from Differences • Support Systems
The planned change process includes contracting and re-contracting, data gathering, intervening strategies and techniques, feedback and evaluation, and disengaging. You will practice the leadership skills of reflective learning, strategic thinking, collaborative decision-making, and effective implementation. We will help you develop greater self-awareness, manage your energy sponges, feel empowered and empower others, create a professional support system, and develop strategies and a plan to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Time Frame: The program is delivered in ten, all-day intensive sessions over the course of five months.
The 2024 Mat-Su based program begins in January 2024 and ends in May 2024, meeting on Thursday and Fridays, 9am - 5pm:
January 11 and 12
February 8 and 9
March 14 and 15
April 11 and 12
May 9 and 10
On-line workspace and individual coaching is provided in-between intensives.
Location: Mat-Su Health Foundation - 1st floor conference room 777 N. Crusey Street, Wasilla
Facilitators: Gwen Kennedy, Ph.D. and Wendy Fraser, Ph.D.
Class size: 12 maximum
The class size and diversity of participants is intentional in order to provide you an opportunity to broaden your network with leaders from various sectors of the community and to learn from differences.
Tuition: Tuition for the 10-day program and 1-day reunion (date TBD) is $4,000 per person.
Non-profit organizations with operations in the Mat-Su are eligible for MSHF scholarships of $3,500 to cover tuition for staff and board members. The organization is responsible for the balance of $500. Once an application is accepted into the program K&A will notify MSHF staff who will send a link to the applicant to complete the scholarship application. K&A will bill the organization for the full tuition.
Contact for more Information: J. Gwen Kennedy, Ph.D. Kennedy & Associates 907-337-4562 (office) 907-317-4562 (cell) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org