Leadership Development Programs | Dick Massimilian
 

Leadership Development

Leadership Development Programs

Great leadership is not an accident and is achieved by design, not by default. It is possible for any individual, team or organization. No endeavor succeeds without great leaders. Dick is an expert at working with individuals, teams and organizations to build on their strengths and articulate and achieve their aspirations. The focus of his leadership development programs is always measuring and maximizing return on investment of time and money.

Leadership Assessments for Individuals

Leadership Assessments identify individual leadership style, preferences and strengths. They serve as the starting points for executive coaching engagements or management succession frameworks. After conducting an assessment, Dick compiles his insight and analysis into a written report and reviews it with the client. This written report serves as a critical building block in the articulation of a management succession or leadership development plan.

Leadership Development Programs for Teams and Organizations

Dick’s leadership development programs start with the business imperatives of the team or organization. They focus on building on strengths and identifying and supplying what is missing so that the business achieves its objectives with maximum velocity. The intent is always to build a powerful future of success, happiness and gratitude.

Dick Massimilian Operates on Five Guiding Principles:

  1. Clear Line of Sight to Business Results 
    It should always be clear how what is discussed and developed is linked to the goals of the individual, team, business unit and organization.
  2. Look Holistically 
    Truly effective teams and organizations are those in which corporate, team and individual purposes are aligned.
  3. Soft Stuff Is the Hard Stuff 
    Book smart is not the same as people smart. Self-awareness and emotional intelligence – at every level of leadership (individual, team and organization) – are invariably the key to success.
  4. The Internal & External, While Distinct, Are Connected and Reflect Each Other 
    Physical and mental states are congruent. Success requires understanding and strengthening both the internal and external – for individuals, teams and organizations – simultaneously.
  5. Leverage Strengths 
    There is far more to be gained by building on inherent strengths than by addressing shortcomings. Dick starts with strengths.

Dick Addresses:


  • Developing multiple candidates for a new role

  • Post-merger organization design

  • Making a dysfunctional team functional

  • Solving an “insoluble” leadership problem

  • Addressing communication breakdowns between leaders and employees

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“Dick has been a major influence in my career. His advice has been invaluable. He has an unusual combination of expertise. His business acumen has given me added perspective on key business drivers and helped me to better focus on them. He also has great instincts about people and organizations. Through working with Dick, I am better able to understand how to be successful in a large, complex organization. As a result, I have increased my leadership impact. I highly recommend Dick.”

Ivan Tornos
Group President, Zimmer Biomet

“I really valued the time that we spent together and wanted to let you know that your impact on my career will not be forgotten. I especially appreciate the safe place to speak my mind and your honest feedback and thoughts. Your ability to take my sometimes incoherent and not politically correct thoughts and turn them into golden nuggets was invaluable.”

Nicole Torgrimson
Director of Operations, Audit, Deloitte Calgary

“Your coaching was invaluable to me and I want you to know what an impact you made.”

Mignona Cote
Global Security Head, Security Risk and Compliance, Amazon Web Services

“With Dick’s coaching, mentoring, advice and guidance, I successfully made the transition from manager to leader.  Dick is an experienced professional with a personable style and affable approach.  While retained by my employer and working with me, there was never a feeling of mixed loyalties.  There was never any question in my mind…Dick worked for me, with me, in a trusting, open, honest and direct relationship, focusing only on maximizing my personal and professional potential.”

Keith Smith
Vice President Investment Services, Fiserv

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