Leaders & Organizations Success Stories
Today’s leaders know that to stay nimble they must continue to grow and they must support the development of the people with whom they work.
When providing professional development that reaches peoples’ core, employees become active participants in their efforts to support organizations through change, improve the bottom line, foster innovation, and motivate themselves and others.
We know a thing or two about helping people understand what’s at their core – their natural abilities. Contact us to learn more about our customized programs for leaders and organizations. Our programs are comprehensive and yet flexible enough to serve the unique challenges faced by organizations of all sizes.
The stories collected here come from leaders who have successfully navigated new roles and new challenges, and from Talent Development professionals who have used the HAB and the Highlands Whole Person Model to ignite passion and draw out the strengths and abilities of their team.
The HAB assessment is the gold standard for people seeking a clear understanding of their inherent strengths (and blindspots).
Fulfilling the motto “saving lives, protecting people,” these experts in health and medicine shoulder an enormous responsibility to understand, assess, and manage the health risks populations face.
The 50 participants, which included the principals of all of the DCSS schools along with central office leaders, were exposed to a variety of speakers and resources intended to take their leadership development to the next level…
Among the many programs designed for professional development for Georgia school districts, GSSA’s Superintendent Professional Development Program (SPDP) and District Office Professional Development Program (DOPDP) have been most effective in enhancing the capacity of individual and collective leadership.
Biannually, 25 Georgia school administrators aspiring to become superintendents are selected to participate in a two-year, 280-hour leadership development opportunity through the Georgia School Superintendents Association called Superintendents Professional Development Program (SPDP).
Here at The Highlands Company we have developed a number of Talent Development workshops that require individual focus, reflection, and learning.