Strategic Thinking and Planning Workshop

What are the key questions that strategic leaders need to ask? How do you facilitate effective strategy sessions? How do you pivot from thinking to acting strategically? This workshop engages leaders in the power of strategic thinking—and equips them with tools for advancing a successful strategic planning process.

Using tools and exercises, participants learn:

  • Tools for strategic thinking
  • Strategic planning as a change management process
  • Terms and tools for building a strategic plan
  • How to link strategic planning with action planning and implementation monitoring
  • Approaches to engaging and building buy-in with internal and external stakeholders

Audience:
Leaders, managers, supervisors

Length of workshop:
2-4 hours

Materials provided:
Workbook, password access to online tools

California School Employees Association

“LRI’s coaching for one of our managers was a resounding success. There’s been marked progress in her collaborative approach, more profound insight into her role as a supervisor, and an enhanced level of commitment. LRI’s coach was a harmonious match for our organization. Her approach to coaching, her techniques, and general demeanor aligned seamlessly with our organizational culture.” – Keith Pace, California School Employees Association

HSBC Bank

Eric Douglas has accomplished what many in his profession have not: he’s mastered the ability to under-engineer the highly complex organizational change process. By simplifying the process and employing an intimate and open approach, he’s earned the trust and respect of our entire executive team. His success in identifying, distilling, and simplifying issues allows him to provide our team with a sophisticated, yet pragmatic array of easy-to-access tools that are tailored to our needs and that we’re able to put to work right away.

KQED

The process that LRI took us through was remarkable in several ways. First, you gave us a road map and directed us through a very complicated situation. The end result was a detailed, but easily comprehended, set of guidelines to inform our decision making. What was particularly impressive, given the complexity of the task, was your ability to keep us on schedule and operate within budget. I looked back at my notes today and the process took 10 weeks from start to finish.

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