THRIVE is a growth opportunity for up and coming leaders. Its members are a select group of high potential emerging leaders who come together as a private and confidential leadership community to extend and develop their understanding of leadership effectiveness as well as their own personal impact on organizational success. THRIVE is designed to focus on developing critical thinking around solutions to issues and challenges facing emerging leaders today and in the future of work.
THRIVE is designed for (a) emerging leaders who have been in their leadership position for 2 years or less, or (b) high potential individual contributors within their organizations. The XImpact™ Circle provides an opportunity to learn, develop, and share in a confidential forum with other like-minded emerging leaders. Membership is by application only and members are selected based on their desire for personal and professional development, their belief in lifelong learning, their commitment to continuous improvement, and a willingness to share their challenges, experiences, and successes with others.
“Leadership is lifting a person's vision to higher sights, the raising of a person's performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations."
-Peter F. Drucker
Leadership programs have proven the following: 25% increase in learning, 28% increase in leadership behaviors, 20% increase in overall job performance, 8% increase in subordinate outcomes, and 25% increase in organizational outcomes.1
As a member of THRIVE, you will have opportunities to collaborate with other leaders from non-competitive companies to converse and brainstorm via round table discussions, build business relationships, develop new leadership skills, learn best practices, and share your expertise and experience with your own Leadership Circle.
All THRIVE sessions are confidential (no substitutes are allowed) with 15 members total. Sessions are conducted virtually for four months (February - May 2021). The Circle kicks off February 4th and sessions are held every Thursday. The sessions are 2 hours in length and will begin at 10:00 a.m. ET. In addition, members will work with each other through smaller rotating Impact Accountability Circles.
Your investment into the Circle is $3,495/year
(early bird pricing $3,195/year) and includes:
● A collaborative and confidential development circle of leadership peers
● The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Assessment (the Leadership Version), which sets the stage for participants to understand their individual preferences, strengths, and potential blind spots
● Expertly facilitated conversations by seasoned leadership coaches centered around topics relevant to today’s leaders and organizations
● Sessions will allow participants to dig deep, challenge assumptions and beliefs, and provide leadership development support
● An online private community forum to keep the conversations and learnings going in-between sessions
● Impact Circles to help support your strategic intent toward your desired outcomes
● A library of curated leadership resources at your fingertips, specific to THRIVE topics
● Optional retreat TBD by member preference (travel and lodging not included in pricing)
The demand to stay ahead is a challenge for many organizations in today’s competitive marketplace. If you have a desire to increase quality, to drive efficiency and effectiveness to new levels, develop new leadership skills, and to strengthen your organization (which always begins with leadership), then you are an excellent fit for membership in THRIVE.
“Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence, and inspiration. "
- Robin S. Sharma, Canadian writer, and motivational speaker
Betsy Kauffman is a globally recognized Leadership and Organizational Agility Coach with more than 20 years' experience working in Fortune 500 companies. Her company, Cross Impact Coaching, helps leaders create innovative, aligned, disruptive organizations. Betsy has worked side by side with hundreds of CxO leaders and has seen just about every variation of how Leadership Teams operate and execute (both successfully and not so successfully). Her focus is to support leaders and their teams as they navigate complexity, tackle the tough topics, and execute with clarity and confidence. Her past clients include Bank of America, BCBSSC, Dude Solutions, Duke Energy, Family Dollar, GEHA, Novant Health System, LPL Financial, SentryOne, and United Healthcare Betsy is a published author providing thought leadership to both the agile and project management communities and speaks internationally on topics around leadership, corporate culture, and achieving organizational agility. She just completed her first TED talk on how to have open and honest conversations in the workplace in conjunction with the [email protected] partnership.
Cathy McCullough is Founder of McCullough Leadership Group and a Strategic Partner with Cross Impact Coaching. With over 30 years of experience, she has attained recognition as an expert in leadership, organizational culture, & strategy. Clients tell her what she does best is stir difficult discussions that provide higher levels of strategic clarity, focus, & intent. Cathy has consulted with numerous organizations around the world and across a wide spectrum of industries (i.e., non-profit, technology, healthcare, education, hospitality, manufacturing, financial, media, professional services, etc.) which has given her the opportunity to help C-Suite leaders align their teams and accelerate their growth. Through Executive Coaching & Strategic Consulting, Cathy has helped organizations such as S&P Consultants, Tantus Technologies, Monroe Wheelchair, Dutch Valley Food Distributors, St. Luke’s Health Care Network, RC Centek, World Neighbors, The Edraak Foundation, Ignite Social Media, Frederique Constant, Signature Consultants, World Emblem, Pulse8, and more (throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, India, and the Middle East) to develop strategies for continued revenue generation while also creating high performance cultures. Over the years, international associations have invited Cathy to present on strategy, “people” issues, organizational culture, leadership, and workplace accountability. Publications include A Practical Guide to Needs Assessment, 3rd edition (Wiley Press), T+D Journal, College & University Auditor, and Forbes, to name a few. She is also co-author of Predictable Results: How Successful Companies Tackle Growth Challenges and Win, which is on the Amazon best-seller list.
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