Columbia State’s Center for Workforce Development (CWD) offers principle-centered leadership training, including:
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
- 4 Roles of Leadership and Focus: Achieving Your Highest Priorities. People and organizations are natural systems governed by natural laws. Participants will develop leadership skills and learn to deal effectively with the constants of change, principles and choice.
The CWD will deliver the 24-hour "7 Habits" course in three one-day or six half-day sessions. The sessions can be held on consecutive days or spaced over several weeks. Similarly, the CWD will deliver the 16-hour "4 Roles" course in two one-day or four half-day sessions, and the 8-hour "Focus" in one day or two half-days. Supplemental services, including ropes courses and youth leadership courses are also available.
Bill McEwen, the featured instructor, has delivered principle-centered leadership training to multiple firms and hundreds of individuals in Middle Tennessee and other parts of the southeastern United States for more than ten years. He consistently receives high marks from our customers and is a past recipient of Franklin Covey’s prestigious Facilitator of the Year award. His efforts contributed to Franklin Covey awarding Columbia State the 2002 Spirit of Community Service Award. Bill holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Tennessee.
For additional information on the Principle-Centered Leadership training courses, call the CWD at 931.540.1121.