Leader Professional Development (LPD)

Leader Challenge

Developed at West Point, the Leader Challenge (LC) method for developing leaders is part of a profession-wide effort to improve learning and leader development—to make them more context-based, collaborative, and problem-centered. Each Leader Challenge session engages participants in a difficult leadership decision as described by the junior officer who actually experienced it. In Leader Challenge sessions, Army professionals with  varying levels of experience engage with each other in small-group conversations about the situation to enhance their understanding of ethical leadership. Participants in Leader Challenge sessions learn not only from the true scenario and their conversations about it, but also from the LC process itself, which highlights the learning value of engaging in meaningful conversations about real problems with our fellow professionals

CCLPD

The purpose of CCLPDs is to provide you a complete training packing with which you can conduct an LPD that will foster 15-45 minutes of quality professional conversation. Video clips and articles will provide you and your team with meaningful topics to talk about. Suggested questions are also provided to help you guide your conversations to address the issues most important to your team. Dedicating time to develop your subordinate leaders makes a powerful, positive impact that will ripple across every level in your unit.

Leader Professional Development (LPD)

Leader Challenge

Developed at West Point, the Leader Challenge (LC) method for developing leaders is part of a profession-wide effort to improve learning and leader development—to make them more context-based, collaborative, and problem-centered. Each Leader Challenge session engages participants in a difficult leadership decision as described by the junior officer who actually experienced it. In Leader Challenge sessions, Army professionals with varying levels of experience engage with each other in small-group conversations about the situation to enhance their understanding of ethical leadership. Participants in Leader Challenge sessions learn not only from the true scenario and their conversations about it, but also from the LC process itself, which highlights the learning value of engaging in meaningful conversations about real problems with our fellow professionals

Leader Professional Development (LPD)

CCLPD

The purpose of CCLPDs is to provide you a complete training packing with which you can conduct an LPD that will foster 15-45 minutes of quality professional conversation. Video clips and articles will provide you and your team with meaningful topics to talk about. Suggested questions are also provided to help you guide your conversations to address the issues most important to your team. Dedicating time to develop your subordinate leaders makes a powerful, positive impact that will ripple across every level in your unit.

Member-submitted LPDs

COMING SOON! We are collecting and compiling LPDs submitted by you, our members, and will post them soon. Stay tuned!