Executive Seminar

A 2 or 3-Day Hands-On Workshop

Course Description: The course is designed to improve overall ability of workplace managers to more effectively utilize their resources. It is a hands-on workshop designed specifically for those mid- and senior-level managers and executives who must chart their organization’s future in a time of massive, high-speed, congressional-level change. This workshop deconstructs conventional wisdom about strategic planning and redefines the steps necessary to build vision, innovation, leadership, and professionalism in government organizations.

Who Should Attend: This is for leaders and managers responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, tracking or reporting organizational vision, mission, goals, strategic plans, action plans or multiple projects with projects leaders/managers that report to them. This workshop is particularly valuable for those who are involved with shaping organizational outcomes and long-term goals.

Subjects Covered in this Workshop:

Understanding Leadership at the Executive Level – Why people fail and how to succeed

Mentoring and Coaching Leaders

The Executive View

Leaving your Leadership Legacy

Merits and Drawbacks of Strategic Planning: Correct Expectations

Strategic Thinking

Developing and Communicating Your Organization’s Mission Statement

A Strong Strategic Vision

Formulating Program Strategies

Translating Strategic Plans Into Current Decisions


Air Force Competencies Addressed / Proficiency Levels

Employing Military Capabilities

Operational and Strategic Art

Unit, AF, Joint, and Coalition Capabilities

Non-Adversarial Crisis Response

Enterprise Perspective

Enterprise Structure and Relationships

Government Organization and Processes

Global, Regional, and Cultural Awareness

Strategic Communication

Managing Organizations and Resources

Resource Stewardship  (Skilled)

Change Management  (Advanced)

Continuous Improvement  (Advanced)

Strategic Thinking

Vision  (Skilled)

Decision Making  (Skilled)

Adaptability (Skilled)

Leading People

Develops and Inspires Others

Takes Care of People   (Skilled)

Diversity  (Skilled)

Fostering Collaborative Relationships

Builds Teams and Coalitions


Embodies Airman Culture

Ethical Leadership  (Proficient)


Warrior Ethos  (Skilled)

Develops Self  (Skilled)


Speaking and Writing  (Proficient)

Active Listening  (Proficient)

Additional Informationnasba_cperegistry_logo_color_transparent
CPE Credits:
CEU Credits: 2.8-1.7
Program Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
NASBA Program Level: Basic
NASBA Field of Study: Personal Development
Delivery Method: Group Live – Classroom