Kevin Hancock and California-based consulting firm, SSCA, held its first Business of Shared Leadership executive workshop in San Diego this March. This executive leadership training is based on the concepts of Kevin’s book, The Seventh Power, and Hancock Lumber’s real-life experience transforming its work culture. These ideas and experiences are paired with SSCA’s teachings which apply behavioral science to corporate and personal change creation. The goal of the workshop is to pivot leaders from a top-down business model toward a values-based organization. The first class of 13 senior executives (including two Mainers) shared ideas and experiences over the four-day program. Upon completion, everyone described the program as ‘transformative.’
Participants have three virtual meetings prior to arrival plus a workbook. After the live program they receive six months of implementation support from their fellow classmates and the facilitators as they work to transform their organizations. Every attendee leaves with a revised and elevated mission statement and a set of pillars or core concepts to rebuild their company around. The program goal is to position each leader to elevate the work culture, the employee experience, and their corporate performance in a manner that also uplifts humanity.
Pictured: Kevin Hancock (Hancock Lumber), Anna Baldwin and Thomas Shenk (SSCA)
The second executive coaching program launches October 23-26, with the goal of making each class a lifetime learning “cohort”. If you or any leaders in your life would benefit, see program details and cost here.