Dedicated to Elevating Emerging Leaders
Promina Advisors has spent the past 2 decades working with Executives from a vast array of industries.
The goal at Promina Advisors is to help change and have a lasting impact on the performance of a business, organization or team.
ANALYZE - EVALUATE - DEFINE
- People, tools & processes
- Team structure, alignment & goals
- Workflows, responsibilities & measurements
● Problem solving skills
● Formats for flexible ways to lead individuals
● Straightforward ways to handle difficult conversations
● Confidence-building methods, and
● Transferable skills that you can use to improve to both your personal and professional lives
● Self-paced learning
● A clear action plan
● Practical next steps
● Control over which concepts you implement
The course is new,
but the concepts and frameworks are proven and time-tested.
Here’s what The Next Level for Emerging Leaders™ provides:
First, you’ll gain insight.
There are likely a few skills you want to gain, but there may also be some leadership mis-steps you’ll want to avoid. I will share the best practices of what to do and what not to do as an emerging leader.
Second, you’ll get an action plan.
After all, what’s the point of taking a course that doesn’t provide clear actionable next steps to take?
Third, you’ll tell the world “Bring It On!”
After this course, you will possess the tools you need to confidently overcome not only the challenges you currently face, but also the most common obstacles you’ll encounter while leading for results.Get Access
6 Course Modules
Mod 1: You Are the Boss of Your Career
Lesson 1: Construct and affirm your leadership philosophy, this is based on your values and standards
Lesson 2: Set the direction to success for yourself and your team
Lesson 3: Identify potential derailers to success in the role of manager and how to handle them
Mod 2: Setting Expectations and Accountability - The #1 Activity that Leaders Neglect
Lesson 1: Set expectations as an effective leader – the when, the what
Lesson 2: Determine the how – including the best ways to communicate and secure agreement on accountability for desired results
Lesson 3: Look ahead for the pitfalls to avoid and the accelerators to try
Mod 3: Emotional Intelligence - The Other Side of Smart
Lesson 1: What is Emotional Intelligence and why is it important
Lesson 2: Put Emotional Intelligence to work in four areas: interpersonal, intrapersonal, stress management, and problem solving
Lesson 3: Increase alignment and teamwork with Emotional Intelligence
Mod 4: Coaching & Feedback
Lesson 1: Apply skills (opening, listening and questioning, providing feedback, summarizing, creating an action plan, and documenting success) in coaching conversations
Lesson 2: Use a clear-cut model for providing specific, targeted feedback
Lesson 3: Create agreements about action and accountability
Mod 5: Flexible Leadership
Lesson 1: Identify the development levels of your direct reports
Lesson 2: Flex your leadership style to direct reports’ developmental needs
Lesson 3: Delegate appropriately based on direct reports’ development levels
Mod 6: Managing Conflict
Lesson 1: Identify your conflict triggers and emotions involved in conflict situations
Lesson 2: Differentiate between positive and negative conflict in the workplace
Lesson 3: Identify a range of conflict handling modes, and apply a the most suitable conflict resolution model in various situations
Twice-monthly live Q&A sessions with Gina – a $300 value
Extra book chapter – “The Next Normal: How to Adapt in the Impact of Covid-19” – a $50 value
"The Cream of the Crop” – my list of the best resources for leaders – which books, podcasts and articles I think offer valuable insights and perspectives. You’ll have access to this resource at the completion of the six course modules – a $100 value
Hi! I'm Gina...
and I believe you’re worthy of gaining the leadership skills you need to keep advancing your career.
You might not think the answer is so simple, but trust me, it is.
Here is why I believe that.
When I was 26, I was named interim manager at my company and had a chance for a formal promotion into the role.
I remember feeling so unsure of myself when Human Resources scheduled the interview.
Fortunately, I had a secret weapon. His name was George. He was an early mentor of mine and knew from experience that being good at what you do isn’t enough to get you where you want to go.
I’ll never forget his advice to me a few days before my interview...
“Take initiative with Human Resources. Go in there and tell them what you’ll do when they promote you to manager. They want to know if you can lead.
Leaders make plans.
Give them one.”
I took his advice and got the promotion!Let's Lead