Extraordinary Leadership: Thinking, Being, Doing for CEOs
Our Proprietary Process Delivers Remarkable Results
Each session follows the revolutionary and practical framework of “Thinking, Being, Doing” developed by Dr. Lee Thayer, pioneer and influential innovator in the design and development of high-performance organizations. This powerful amalgamation of his degrees in humanities, engineering, psychology, and philosophy has been road-tested and refined during his teaching at major universities and through his decades of work with notable CEOs and world leaders–helping them more effectively navigate real-world demands.
We start by challenging you—with the insights and mindset for accomplishing more (the thinking), followed by the competencies you’ll need to master (the being), and conclude with guidelines for leveraging them to realize your vision faster (the doing).
Our thought-provoking discussions of Dr. Thayer’s comprehensive perspectives create clarity for CEOs on how to triumph in every aspect of leadership from the daily rigors of leading people and overseeing operations, to the complexities of strategic vision and meaningful purpose…and how the role you choose to perform has consequences on it all.
Your Experience is Designed for High-Engagement & High-Performance
Real-Life Case Studies
Metaphors & Movie Clips
We Collaborate WITH You to Customize the Course FOR You
Guided, Self-Directed: Unlike most of our competitors, this course does not teach one path as the same answer for everyone. Instead, we guide you on a journey where you make your own choices about a distinctive vision that’s most meaningful to you and your unique path to realizing it.
Orientation: Upon enrollment, you’ll be asked to complete a 10-minute survey so that you and your facilitator can begin personalizing the course to achieve your unique objectives. It will guide you to uncover your outcomes for the course, your ideal vision of the leader you want to become, and the most consequential, persistent obstacles standing in your way.
Pre-Session Work: You’ll also receive your first assignment—requiring approximately 15 minutes—for you to complete before the first session. Make sure you provide enough detail so that the facilitator can focus the course on which areas are most important to you. When completed well, each Pre-Session Work will set the stage for you to apply the session’s most insightful perspectives for the purpose of closing the gap between where you are and what is most meaningful for you to accomplish.