VOCA’s Resilient Leadership Framework brings your team a model for assessing and growing the kind of working habits that produce consistent victories over time.
Resilient Leadership combines a proven market model, training expertise, and Biblical examples to deliver a practical paradigm for developing your culture.
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:
Grow a deep well of
Christ-centered confidence from which to lead
Build highly engaged, diversified teams
Identify and provide excellent outcomes to their clients
REAL WORLD PROVEN
VOCA developed Resilient Leadership in partnership with David Ridley, founder, and CEO of Invesco Real Estate, who developed and deployed these principles to grow his organizations from 2 to 400 team members, from nothing to $70 billion in assets under management, from one client to over 500. During his tenure, IRE never lost a client or a partner. VOCA team members have proven the principles across the varied sectors of business, nonprofit, and church work.
Using researched-based practices of adult learning and coaching, VOCA delivers an interactive, bespoke experience that leads to lasting change in your leaders and team.
We believe that training and development should be customized to the needs and narrative of your organization. Resilient Leadership engagements include design sessions to tailor the focus on the outcomes that matter to you.
Deploy a team of resilient leaders.
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HEAR FROM OUR CLIENTS
(STAKEHOLDERS, DONORS, BENEFICIARIES)
"The framework was very clear, practical, and included a number of areas that we will benefit from. The sessions were well moderated and included a lot of good discussion."
"Loads of encouragement from both of them that was very meaningful to me and to our team. The insights around the second pillar were particularly good and things I feel can be really helpful to other leaders on our team."
"Enjoyed our time. Felt focused to be productive, but casual enough to feel like it was a working session, not just informational."
"We are working so well together as a team and understand each other so much better as a result."