Digital Open Enrollment
Values-Driven Leadership Journey: Lessons from the Army and West Point
Thayer's Digital Open Enrollment leverages online and virtual components to create an engaging 10-week digital leadership journey that challenges participants to combine character with knowledge and action, in order to unleash the "whole leader". A phased learning journey - 1) Lead Yourself, 2) Lead Teams, 3) Lead with Purpose, and 4) Lead with Commitment - incrementally builds knowledge to repeat and refine application. The blend of digital components delivers multi-media activities that engage participants, develop connections, facilitate large and small group discussions, and generate self-discovery.
Women Leading from the Front Lines: Core Leadership Principles from the Army and West Point
Thayer's digital Women's Open Enrollment program is a unique opportunity to have a fully immersive, exclusive, leadership experience created for women and delivered by women. Designed for mid- to senior-level leaders, this digital learning journey will provide participants with tangible tools that will take their leadership to the next level. Participants will actively hone these concepts and apply the skills through applied academic sessions and experiential activities, while simultaneously expanding their professional network. Our women-only programs have generated a Net Promoter Score of 9.83 out of 10.
2022 Digital Open Enrollment Dates:
July 7, 2022-October 6, 2022 - Values-Driven Leadership Journey: Lessons from the Army and West Point
For more information or help registering, please call (845) 446-4731 ext. 8924 or email email@example.com.
Our premier leadership journeys are facilitated by faculty members who are some of the most highly regarded leadership expert in the world and most are graduates of the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point. What sets our faculty apart is that they have extensive leadership experience leading large organizations, advanced degrees in leadership related fields, and have taught cadets or military officers. Each of our faculty members is a role model who has demonstrated superior leadership skills in highly challenging and ever-changing situations while leading teams and individuals in extraordinary circumstances.
A few of the digital program faculty are:
"The Thayer Leadership digital curriculum is unique and perfectly designed to grow talent across all levels and experience. The custom blend of self-paced online learning, self-reflection, and live virtual engagements with the team provided a highly-personalized and engaging experience ensuring optimal impact for all learning styles. My team truly enjoyed the experience and bonded further through the unique combination of live virtual sessions and powerful online learning, giving real leadership tools we are using right away. We look forward to leveraging our learnings as a Senior Staff and also by having our entire Managerial team participate.”
~ Brian Watson, Sr. Director Region in Market Operations, Frito-Lay/Pepsi Corporation
“I have just completed the Thayer Values-Driven Leadership Journey. I found that the level of interaction and camaraderie for a remote training has far exceeded my expectations. The combination of lecture, reflections, and team interaction has been well orchestrated and in sound balance. This past weekend, I was discussing this digital program with a coworker who is a 2019 graduate of the onsite at West Point program. After we concluded our conversations, I feel that the digital experience and training allowed for a more comprehensive experience than the 1-week onsite program. The combination of online and offline learning spread over multiple weeks allowed me the opportunity to understand and practice in real time the learnings during the work week that I would not have had in an intensive 1-week course. I truly believe the digital format will have a measured and long-lasting impact on my leadership abilities.”
~ Richard Kovarik, Vice President of ESL/Aseptic Operations, HP Hood
"As strategic leaders, your life will increasingly be about the WHAT and WHY, not the HOW."
Major General Stephen Layfield,(USA, Retired, USMA 1978)