Leadership Development Program
Capsim's leadership development programs use highly engaging business simulations and assessments to train high-potential employees in a hands-on learning environment.
Leadership Development Series
The success of a business is heavily reliant on the awareness of its leaders. Capsim's leadership development series focuses on three levels of awareness: self, team, and business. Once participants build their awareness, they can more confidently engage in the programs. Engagement is the first step in connecting the dots between day-to-day responsibilities and the strategies set by the C-suite.
Each program can be implemented individually or as a series.
Understanding who we are and how we relate to others is important to leadership development at any level. Are we aware of our personality traits, values, and attitudes and how they affect our behaviors? Studies show that a high self-awareness is the strongest predictor of overall success.
During our leadership development program focused on self awareness, participants are guided through 360-degree feedback in nine managerial skill categories. We then identify skill gaps that allow for a more tailored professional development plan, as well as the ability to identify skills needed to create high-performing teams. Additionally, participants are guided through a Hogan feedback session to identify the “Dark-Side” of personality traits that may appear during times of stress and derail team leadership.
Teams play a crucial role in today's workplace. Strategic and operational decisions are made by teams because they require a broader base of knowledge. The majority of individuals will belong to many teams throughout their careers and how they interact with those teams becomes increasingly important, particularly when they lead the team.
Leaders must be aware of team dynamics in order to harness individual strengths and protect against potential blind spots. Through the use of team assessment tools, our leadership development program focused on team awarness provides participants valuable insight into team dynamics. Adding an interactive business simulation experience provides the needed practice in new ways of working as a team.
Effective leaders require an understanding of the complete business to achieve positive outcomes for the company. This means becoming an expert in functional areas of the business where they previously have had limited experience.
In our leadership development program focused on business awarness, participants run a simulated company and experience first-hand the functions of every department. This enables the breaking down of departmental silos and fosters team collaboration. Teams are responsible for choosing a strategy and aligning all decisions across departments to the strategy in order to achieve key metrics. The experience provides a realistic environment to help achieve the business-, team-, and self-awareness every leader needs to be successful.
Resources on Leadership Development Programs
Leadership Awarness: Building a Better Leadership Development Program
Learn how you can optimize the leadership development experience and feel like you’re getting the most out of your program.Read White Paper
The Key Ingredients of Leadership Awareness
The secret ingredients to create a more in-depth and holistic leadership development program.View Infographic
See how DigitalGlobe improved team performance and business results with Capsim's Leadership Development Program.Read Case Study
Developing Leadership Awareness Through Experiential Learning
At the 2017 Training Conference, Joe LiVigni led a session on driving awareness through experiential leadership development programs.View Presentation
Designing Experiential Leadership Development Programs
Learn the some essentials when designing an experiential learning session.Read Article
See how PolyOne partnered with Capsim to improve collaboration and team-based decision making skills.Read Case Study
See how Cummins partnered with Capsim to improve their managers' strategic-decision-making skills.Read Case Study