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​時間:09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

​地點:公務人力發展學院 (台北市大安區新生南路3段30號)  

講師:Ethan S. Sanders




早鳥價 (Now~6/5)


優惠價 (6/6~9/5)


原價 (9/6~10/15)





ATD LEADS模型是本課程的基礎原理,該模型是基於產業領先的研究和最佳實踐。採用LEADS模型作為領導力發展計畫的指導原則,探索建立成功計畫所需的要素,從建立組織準備度和分析各種評估模式,到評估領導能力和行為,以及其與組織人才需求的關係。並提供已實施領導力發展計畫的六個案例,以增進學習的廣度。



  • 了解規劃、設計和維持最佳領導力發展計畫的要素。

  • 將領導力發展計畫與組織的文化、目標、願景和使命緊緊地結合。

  • 回顧有關領導力發展的最新研究和趨勢,並將最佳實踐與組織目前的方法進行比較。

  • 獲取數十種隨時可用的工具和範例,以協助未來的課程設計。

  • 獲得產業認可的 ATD 證書和數位認證徽章。

What You Will Learn

  • Use the ATD leadership development model to create a leadership development program.

  • Ensure alignment of a leadership development program to an organization’s culture, vision, mission, and goals, as well as competencies, customers' requirements, and business needs.

  • Select and implement appropriate learning methods.

  • List content and competencies that must be included in a leadership development program.

  • List observable behaviors that display a leader’s ability to demonstrate the competencies.

  • Discuss a hierarchy of competencies and content for entry, mid-level, and executives.

  • Utilize process planning checklists and other job aids to create a leadership development program.

  • Measure and link the value of a leadership development program to an organization’s bottom line.

  • Implement questionnaires, assessment methods, and self-evaluation tools presented in the leadership development program.

  • Incorporate best practices in leadership needs assessments, implementation, and when identifying high potential candidates for leadership programs.

Who Should Attend

This program is ideal for participants with backgrounds in learning design who have a business need to develop leaders and create effective leadership programs. The program focuses on understanding and applying best practices in developing a leadership development process, including designing learning experiences that nurture new leaders. This program is not a leadership course in and of itself.

Course Topics

Creating Leadership Development Programs

  • Assess the Organization

  • Leadership Development Process

Lay the Foundation

  • Define Key Business Drivers

  • Engage the Leaders from the Start

Envision the Future

  • Set Expectations

  • Leadership Competency

  • Leadership Commitment

Agree on and Articulate an Action Plan

  • Establish Goals

  • Select Participants

  • Build a Communication Plan

Design the Developmental Elements

  • Development Methods

  • Leadership Development Options

Sustain Progress

  • Process and Systems of Sustainability

  • Evaluation Methods

About The Facilitator

Ethan Sanders is the Founder and CEO of Sundial Learning Systems, a consulting firm specializing in the fields of organizational strategy, development, and engagement. Ethan has provided consulting services to clients in the public, nonprofit, military, and private sectors for over 30 years. His leadership experience includes building and leading Sundial, directing AARP’s learning and development function, leading a Human Performance practice for ICF International, directing career management for the US Navy’s Human Performance Center, and managing instructional design and competency research for the Association of Talent Development (formerly ASTD). He is a nationally recognized speaker who has published numerous books and articles on topics related to workplace learning and performance; he is also a certified performance technologist through the International Society for Performance Improvement, a certified action learning coach through the World Institute for Action Learning, and a certified Clifton Strengths coach through Gallup. Ethan is the recipient of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) President’s Award for Outstanding Achievement, the US Navy’s Meritorious Service Award, and the Association for Talent Development (ATD) ‘BEST Award”. Ethan has been a faculty member of ATD for over 25 years, an associate professor at the University of Maryland since 2010 and has presented at workplace learning and performance conferences around the world.

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Ethan S. Sanders

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