Summary of Program

Often, companies promote their best contributors to a management role but fail to provide them with appropriate training. Anyone who has ever had a job knows that an employee’s engagement is highly dependent on their manager. An organization’s managers are the linchpins to the company’s success. Why, then, do we wait 12 years to train new managers how to be successful leaders? The LEAD360 program provides valuable information and the opportunity to practice key skills to create a more engaged, more productive workforce. The program incorporates five modules that build on each other and continually reinforce the benefits of behavioral diversity and self-awareness to create a positive, professional workplace. The five modules include: 

Module 1: Self-Awareness

Module 2: Listen to Learn

Module 3: Engage Others

Module 4: Assess Performance

Module 5: Deliver Results

The curriculum is customizable to support your company’s mission, vision, and core values. 

Key Benefits

This program is created for emerging leaders and new managers who want to:

  • Enhance their communication skills
  • Be more effective in delivering feedback to employees
  • Build a stronger culture
  • Increase morale and employee engagement
  • Create accountability for increased productivity and growth
  • Enhance their circle of influence
  • Get more done in less time
  • Attract, hire, and retain top talent


Program Details

  • 1:1 Coaching can be added to any training option
  • Various delivery options are available depending on your needs. We offer:
    • Classroom Training
    • Virtual Online Training
    • Hybrid (Classroom + Virtual)


  • Behavioral self-assessment 
  • Individual exercises
  • Group learning activities
  • Participant interaction
  • Relevant takeaways
  • Optional 1-on-1 coaching to support application of concepts

This program is led by Jennifer Currence, a senior-certified HR professional and university professor
Click here to schedule a time to speak with Jennifer about training in your organization