The Frontline Leadership Institute is a three-day intensive leadership program designed to build skills and competency for current and future supervisors of Frontline staff. The training is to help newly promoted supervisors in the following service areas: mental illness, developmental disabilities, chronic substance abuse, traumatic brain injury, and Alzheimer’s Disease and other age-related dementia.
The Leadership Institute helps build skill and competency for your organization’s mission, your professional and personal values, learning and training styles, leadership skills, leading and building teams, conflict and resolution, communication, participatory management and supervision, staff recruitment and retention, strength-based staff assessment, staff recognition and motivation strategies.
Gain knowledge, best practice and skills to be competent leaders and supervisors. Three follow-up audio conferences and assignments that challenge the participant to use real life, on-the-job scenarios complete the Leadership Institute experience.
Upcoming. April 16, 17, 18, 2019
Soldotna, Apsen & Aptel Hotels of Alaska
Application Required. Participant application coming soon
Cost. $350* Invited Registration (Light breakfast and lunch will be provided each day.) *$150 of the registration cost will be reimbursed upon successful completion of required assignments and three post-event web conferences.
Training Access Funds will be available. Will be included in the participant application form.
About the Frontline Leadership Institute facilitator – Charlie Johanson-Adams
Charlie is the founder and owner of the private consulting firm Leading EDGE Consulting and Coaching, that specializes in enhancing leadership skills and success. The Leading EDGE business focus is on organizational development, executive leadership skills, policy and project management, and strategic development. The consulting firm offers facilitation for policy and project strategy sessions, executive leadership training and guidance, comprehensive strategic planning, external program and grant project evaluation, as well as, retreats and/or seminars for leadership teams, boards and community development advocates.
Betsy Chivers, Training Coordinator