FMP partnered with the National Trust for Historic Preservation to launch an engaging Leadership Development Program to support the future leaders of the organization. The cohort included 10 mid-level manager leaders who participated in a variety of experiential activities to hone their leadership skills, including: the Hogan Personality Assessment, the Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument, Personal Development Planning, Peer Coaching, an Action Learning team project, and an in-depth look into a variety of leadership topics.
- The FMP team developed thought-provoking, interactive content for three in-person workshops and two virtual sessions. Participants were exposed to a variety of new content and information to enhance their skills and hone their leadership skills.
- The Leadership Development Program provided internal networking and collaboration opportunities to increase mid-level managers’ exposure to senior executives and allow them to develop greater effectiveness in working across organizational boundaries.
- Due to the success of the Pilot Leadership Development Program, the National Trust’s Executive Team is considering LDP implementation for future cohorts.
“This session was very engaging. FMP did a great job facilitating – they were very thoughtful and allowed for healthy, productive discussion.”
-2014 LDP Program Participant