Are you at the height of your career? How did you get there?
Leadership at the Peak is designed to help you reconnect with the things that helped you get where you are - and to give you a way to make further improvements for the future.
The program provides you - and other senior executives in similar positions - a secure setting where you can work together to evaluate your leadership style and effectiveness - and focus on the high-level challenges that are unique to those in your position.
You'll learn more about yourself, about ways you can reconnect more effectively with those in your workplace and about ways you can improve your health. You'll spend time in beautiful surroundings, either at the Center's Colorado Springs campus, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, or in the mountains near Zurich, Switzerland.
Think about it. How do you want to be remembered, once you have retired? What will you leave behind and who will you leave it to? What will be your legacy?
Wouldn't it be reassuring to be around others who are in the same place in their careers, who are asking themselves the same questions?
Leadership at the Peak can help you find the answers.
Who Should Attend
Senior executives and leaders with more than 15 years of management experience, in the top three tiers of the organization, with leadership responsibility for 500 or more people and/or executive staff functions.
Admission is by application only.
- Receive a full assessment of who and where you are as a leader; a comparison of yourself and others at the same professional level; and a thorough fitness evaluation, with an emphasis on how to handle stress and workplace health issues. The program includes optional fitness hikes and Pilates or yoga workouts.
- Learn about how you are perceived by others. You will get intensive personalized feedback from colleagues in the program and 360-degree feedback from direct reports back home.
- Focus on improving your public image and your communication skills through a simulated television interview.
- Understand how you, as a leader, create or improve the environment in which you lead.
- Enhance your executive capabilities around talent management.
- Begin behavioral changes that will have long-term value for you, your organization and your company's shareholders.
- Broaden your network of executive colleagues.
- Develop a plan of action that encompasses both fitness and leadership development goals.
Last updated September 27, 2017