Your First Step to Becoming an LPI® Certified Coach
For coaches and leadership development professionals looking to deepen and broaden their knowledge of the LPI®: Leadership Practices Inventory®, this coach certification program is for you. As the first step to achieving the LPI® Certified Coach credential, this LPI® Coach Training explores in-depth the world-renowned 360-degree LPI assessment, the cornerstone of the powerful evidence-based leadership development program created by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, authors of the best-selling book The Leadership Challenge.
THE ONLY 1 ½ DAY COURSE AVAILABLE
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YOU WILL LEAVE THIS COURSE WITH:
- A deeper understanding of the different uses of the LPI assessment and ways it benefits leaders
- An increased knowledge and understanding of the statistical validity and reliability of the instrument
- Coaching skills required to optimize the use of the LPI within a variety of leadership development situations
- A credential: Trained LPI® Coach
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“I received tremendous value by participating in the LPI Coach Training program. Although I had a lot of experience coaching and delivering 360s and had been through a number of other trainings on these topics, I honestly can say this was the most valuable. I learned a very practical approach to analyzing the LPI, so I could deliver coaching the would most beneficial to my clients. I really appreciated the systematic approach to this work.”
CEO, Organizational Development Solutions
“I was lucky enough to have Renee Harness as the facilitator and coach of my LPI Coach Training. She was outstanding. Renee is first of all, a consummate professional. Her deep knowledge, expertise and mastery of the Leadership Practices Inventory 360° assessment is amazing. Her genuine and engaging facilitation and coaching style helped each of us in the class fully embrace and understand the content and application of the LPI process, and learn how to effectively facilitate and coach others through the process.”
Roxanne Kaufman Elliott
President & CEO, ProLaureate