Leadership Development & Training

Leadership Capability Assessments

Assess, Build and Lead
Many organizations don't select, identify, or develop the right people – and often good talent goes underutilized. Understanding talent and capacity for leadership is the first step to fully utilizing and leveraging it for organizational success. Sometimes there isn't time or resources to dedicate to these functions, but top performing organizations that make a point to assess and develop their people, see the value in bottom-line results like retention, business growth, and sustainability.

Whether it's through our comprehensive Leadership Development programs, organizational development, or individual coaching, career counseling, or personal development, DRI's approach to leadership assessment and development will reveal key strengths of your business' people and take them to the next level. We Identify leadership qualities that are already good and working, explore the gaps to greater success, and provide processes to assure sustainability!

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Leadership Development Training

Engage, Develop & Lead
We don't have to tell you that leadership matters. Leadership is what creates motivation, drives retention, supports performance, and generally differentiates successful organizations from those that struggle and fail. Leadership Development Programs are a powerful way for organizations to identify leaders at all levels, show commitment to their employees, and build powerful succession plans. It's a win-win-win!

We have extensive experience designing, developing, and facilitating leadership development programs for leaders at any level in an organization. Whether you are looking to identify and build your emerging leaders or interested in helping your senior executives sharpen their skills, our multi-faceted approach to leadership development is for you.

Your LDPs probably already focus on these 3 things. While these are necessary foundations of competent leaders, they are not sufficient for developing effective leaders.