Classes are offered exclusively to Covenant Health Employees, unless otherwise specified.
All LLD classes have been categorized by both program and path. A path defines whether a specific course is intended for those currently in a leadership role or whether they are available for any Covenant employee to attend. The program field is used to define the courses that are included within a specific Covenant development program. LEAP New Leaders, LEAP Supervisors/Shift and Team Leads, and Emerging leaders are a few examples of an existing LLD program. Please note that many of our classes can be included in multiple programs and paths.
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November 30, 2020
Leadership in it’s most simple definition is Influence. Do you want to learn more about leadership? Are you a current leader who would like to evolve your skill set? Enroll for this class today to gain greater understanding of what it takes to become an effective leader. Here’s a hint though – it starts with who YOU are. It starts with your heart!
September 29, 2020
This class requires you to be truly authentic and vulnerable as we explore how you may be contributing to the situation. You will go on a journey of self-discovery as you learn more about yourself and in the process, you’ll learn about others. The tools provided will help you move forward into great success with your relationships.
April 8, 2020
February 18, 2020
Whether you are faced with a planned project roll-out, volatility in the industry, or an unexpected situation, change is inevitable. This class was designed to prepare you to manage effectively during a time of change.
February 12, 2020
The Innovation games is a quarterly workshop showcasing the use of gaming concepts to promote problem solving and innovation. It is recommended that multiple participants sign up from a single department (three is recommended).
This course provides the student with the tools required to successfully coach employees and provide constructive feedback. It puts the focus on methods of delivery and reinforces the importance of phrasing and non-verbal communications.
This course intends to guide students through the process of transition from team member to the leader of the team. The content covers loss of friendships, discipline, policy enforcement, and avoiding the appearance of favoritism.
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