Leading Others

Leading Others - Informational Session on Tuesday, March 5 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm. Sign up now to learn more about Leading Others and improve your leadership competencies for effective leadership. 

Leading Others is for emerging leaders or leaders of individual contributors of formal or informal groups. Following the university’s progressive leadership development framework, the Leading Others program helps enhance competencies of those who lead groups and help one transition from being an individual performer to leading a group of people.

Competencies Being Developed

The Leading Others leadership development program focuses on eight competencies:

  • Adapting Interpersonal Style and Communication
  • Valuing Differences
  • Ethics, Rules, Regulations, SAPs
  • People Management and Development
  • Team Development
  • Conflict Management
  • Financial Management
  • Project and Change Management

High-Level Design Components

  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment
  • Conflict Management Style Assessment
  • 360 (multi-rater) feedback Assessment
  • Cohort style

Enroll Today!

Enroll in the Leading Others programs today! To enroll, complete these four steps:

  1. Download and complete the Supervisor Approval Form.
  2. Access the Enrollment Form and begin filling out the form.
  3. Upload your completed Supervisor Approval Form to the Enrollment Form when prompted.
  4. Complete and submit the Enrollment Form.

Enrollment forms are regularly reviewed. Employees will receive confirmation of their enrollment within three (3) business days, provided enrollment and supervisor approval forms are correct and complete. Enrollment and/or supervisor approval forms needing correction and/or completion will cause delay in the enrollment process.

Value and Impact of Leading Others

  • Enhance leadership competencies. Employees build knowledge, skills, and abilities on a variety of leadership topics related to effectively leading a group of individual contributors.
  • Transition successfully to leadership role. Employees flatten the learning curve when transitioning from individual contributor to front-line leader.
  • Build community of practice. Employees build and maintain positive interpersonal relationships with their peers for additional support when applying their knowledge and skills back on the job.
  • Enable positive culture change at Texas A&M University by leading groups that contribute to an environment that upholds the university’s mission, vision, and values.

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Cost: $1709 per Texas A&M University employee
Texas A&M University System employees pay a Fee Differential to participate in university programs.
Duration: 24 half-day sessions
Location: College Station, TX 
Enrollment Deadlines:
01/10/24 for Spring 2024