Intensives

Your path to certification.




The Kansas Leadership Center offers three intensive courses for leadership developers pursuing certification:

Case-In-Point

A powerful teaching methodology in which you, the practitioner, use a class or team as case study for learning about leadership.

Intensive Date: June 19-23, 2017.

Teach

If you find yourself at the front of a classroom or boardroom sharing the KLC ideas, hone your skills and become certified.

Intensive Date: March 19-23, 2018

Coach

Your path to professional coaching or a coach approach to managing others: 60 hours of ICF approved training, practice and assessment.

Intensive Date: Sept. 18-22, 2017

Leadership Coaching the KLC Way

Become a KLC Certified Leadership Coach. Everything you need to prepare to apply to ICF for your ACC credential.

60 hours of International Coach Federation (ICF) approved training.

5 day Intensive Training – September 18 – 22, 2017.

20 hours of virtual training including Coaching to Make Progress on Adaptive Challenges.

Practice with feedback from ICF Certified mentor coaches.

Learn from experienced Leadership Coaches, including Tim Link, MCC and Joyce McEwen Crane, PCC.

Structured reflection and debriefing with colleagues and mentors.

Knowledge assessment, tape review.

Hone your coaching skills in the context of KLC’s proven leadership development framework.

 

  • Experience coaching as an act of leadership based on the KLC principles and competencies.
  • Experience the possibilities for transformation and progress in a leadership coaching partnership.
  • Learn and practice all 11 ICF Core Coaching Competencies.
  • Prepare to coach professionally or put skills to use in your context.

Intensive Date: September 18 – 22, 2017.

Deadline to apply: August 7, 2017.

Payment due: September 5, 2017.

Kansas Rate: $800 (Subsidized by a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation).  Out of State/International Rate: $3,850. Payment plans available.

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Case-In-Point

Case-in-Point is a powerful teaching methodology in which you, the practitioner, use a class or team as case study for learning about leadership. Because the Case-in-Point method is so challenging for both teacher and learner, it can be hard to find a space to practice and learn through trial-and-error. At KLC you’ll find like-minded colleagues and a strong support system of experienced practitioners.  Our Case-in-Point Intensive and Certification give you the training and support you need to make fullest use of this powerful teaching method.

Our program includes:

Learning with master practitioners Tim Steffensmeier (faculty chair), Jill Hufnagel, Lynette Lacy, and Peter Cohen. Structured practice, reflection and debriefing with colleagues and mentors. Written knowledge assessment.

Read what others are saying about this intensive.

Prepare to use the Case-in-Point method in your teaching and consulting.

 

  • Develop skills to identify patterns, roles and system dynamics.
  • Learn to manage yourself when the heat gets high.
  • Get real time feedback from peers and KLC’s master practitioners.
  • Practice using Case-in-Point in front of a live audience.
  • Receive personalized mentoring.
  • Connect with other accomplished leadership development professionals.

Through the intensive and follow-up mentoring you’ll learn:

 

  • The purpose of Case-in-Point and underlying assumptions.
  • A framework for designing and delivering a Case-in-Point session.
  • Different types of interventions and a range of potential CIP moves.
  • How to reveal hidden issues, assumptions and interpretations within a group.
  • How make conscious choices in the moment about regulate the heat.
  • How to recognize common group dynamics, patterns and roles.
  • How to identify cases in real time and connect them to leadership competencies and behaviors.

To register for the Case-in-Point Intensive and certification process you must have a high level of understanding of leadership on adaptive challenges (through training at KLC, Harvard Kennedy School APLD, or permission of the program chair).

Intensive Date: June 19-23, 2017.

Deadline to apply: May 15, 2017.

Payment due June 5, 2017.

Kansas Rate: $800 (Grant supported, subsidized rate). Out of State/International Rate: $3,850. Payment plans available.

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Teach

If you find yourself at the front of a classroom or boardroom sharing the KLC ideas, hone your skills and become certified with KLC’s master teachers, including Ron Alexander and Kevin Bomhoff.

Intensive Date: March 19-23, 2018
Kansas Rate: $800
Out of State/International Rate: $3,850

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Register for the intensive

Questions?

Contact Brittany

Brittany Engle
Program Associate
316.712.4957
Email: bengle@kansasleadershipcenter.org