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Welcome to CorrLeader… a guide to leadership development for BC Corrections managers. 

This site includes 19 Courses plus  92 Additional Resources across these leadership areas and topics:

Personal leadership describes an individual’s commitment to ongoing personal and professional development, including:

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Relational Leadership describes an individual’s skills and abilities in developing relationships with and leading others, including:

Organizational Leadership describes the extent to which the leader’s awareness is focussed on whole system improvement, productivity and branch welfare, including:

Example Recommended Leadership Courses

Explore the newest courses added to the CorrLeader site as ones recommended for your development. These include scheduled face to face courses as well as online modules and other downloaded materials you can access at your convenience.

This two-hour interactive online course provides learners with an understanding of the provincial government’s commitments to reconciliation, explores Indigenous culture, our shared history, and what steps can be taken, collectively and individually, to pursue reconciliation. (From: BC Public Service Agency; Mode: Independent learning, online module; Next offered: ongoing)
In this course learners will have the opportunity to evaluate and develop their capabilities and confidence to engage with, lead, and motivate a team. (From: JIBC Centre for Leadership Development; Mode: In-person, scheduled course; Next offered: n/a)
This courses guides instructors, supervisors and other staff in leadership roles on how to provide effective feedback in order to promote the ongoing development of facilitators. (From: Adult Custody Training; Mode: Independent learning, online module; Next offered: ongoing)
This Public Service Agency course highlights the roles, accountabilities, key principles and seven phases of the life cycle of the procurement and contract management process (From: Public Service Agency; Mode: Independent learning, online module; Next offered: ongoing).
This 2 day course includes a project simulation that provides a solid understanding of project management principles and strategies to enhance success with any type of project. (From: Public Service Agency; Mode: In-person, scheduled course; Next offered: ongoing).
This Public Service Agency course introduces you to foundational concepts found in project management and how they are used within the context of the BC Public Service. (From: Public Service Agency; Mode: Independent learning, online module; Next offered: ongoing).
This course focuses understanding how to apply leadership for everyone through collaborative communication. (From: JIBC; Mode: Independent learning, online module; Next offered: ongoing)
This course will give you the tools to understand employee engagement, measure it in your organization and take action if improvement is needed. (From: JIBC; Mode: Independent learning, online module; Next offered: ongoing)

Newest Leadership Resources

Below are the newest resources added to the CorrLeader site, selected as additional paths of leadership development.

Executive coach and public speaker Gerry Valentine provides a breakdown of the general steps required to achieve executive presence (online article).
Stanford professor and coach, Allison Kluger, teaches entrepreneurs how to communicate like a leader in this article from Insights by Stanford Business (online article).
Each of us has something powerful to say; yet, for whatever reason, we often hold back. Former opera singer Allison Shapira uses music to explain how we can find our voice and our courage to speak up (video).
In this talk Former opera singer and speaking expert Allison Shapira talks about the power of Executive Presence, discusses its importance, and provides strategies for achieving it (video).
Sylvia Ann Hewlett , one of the worlds most influential business thinkers, discusses executive presence – why it’s important, strategies to develop it, and the gender and cultural biases that impact it (video).
Jeswald Salcuse discusses why negotiation is a key aspect of effective leadership, and provides three key aspects of negotiation that will improve your persuasiveness as a leader (online article).
Alison Wood Brooks discusses the impact of emotion on effective negotiation and how to manage our emotions and the emotions of our counterparts for increased success (online article).
Former FBI negotiator Chris Voss talks about how FBI hostage techniques apply to leadership, and why emotional intelligence and tactical empathy are the most important tools for negotiation (podcast)
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