Give your team the proven tools needed to lead sooner and succeed faster. Psychological Associates’ Leadership Through People Skills® (LTPS) interactive workshops help the leaders of today and tomorrow become self-aware and learn the influencing and people skills needed to drive change, foster innovation, and develop talent across their organizations.
Our 2014 public 3-day LTPS session schedule has been finalized. Sign up early to reserve your space, as registrations fill quickly.
- February 18-20
- March 18-20
- April 15-17
- May 7-9
- July 9-11
- August 19-21
- September 23-25
- October 21-23
- December 16-18
LTPS participants return to their organizations with skills they can use immediately to promote a more collaborative workplace. Equipped with the necessary skills to handle real-life situations and an action plan for immediate application, each graduate
has new tools to manage behaviors in any workplace situation. LTPS helps leaders develop critical skills to:
- Influence in all directions (direct reports, bosses, peers, customers, vendors)
- Promote collaboration and teamwork
- Manage conflicts
- Motivate for commitment and growth (coaching)
- Raise levels of trust and engagement.
All 2014 workshops will be held at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center at the Washington University Olin School of Business in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. www.ahl-knightcenter.com/index.cfm.
For more information about Psychological Associates, visit www.q4solutions.com or call 314-725-7771. To learn more about LTPS, visit www.q4solutions.com/workshops or call Executive Education Coordinator Kathy Manche, at 314-862-9300, ext. 727.
Tuition price of $1,995 includes catering charges for breakfast buffets, lunches, and coffee breaks. Travel, hotel, and non-workshop expenses are not included. There is a service charge for cancellations. A limited number of guest rooms are blocked at the Knight Center for each workshop. Participants are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. We encourage out-of-town participants to make room reservations 30 days, or more, in advance. Tell them you are participating in the Psychological Associates’ Leadership workshop and provide the dates. Plan to arrive the evening before and depart the last day after 5:30 p.m. You should guarantee your reservation for late arrival to ensure your room will be held. In the event of late registration and rooms are not available, or if you prefer to stay elsewhere, we provide a list of nearby hotel.