LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
What is the well works leadership development program (WWLDP)?
The WWLDP is built to equip front-line leaders with tools and information on how to efficiently and effectively lead teams within our fast-paced, high-stress industry.
Developed using first-hand construction experience, the program targets our top industry challenges and daily frustrations frequently experienced within our teams and on our projects. This 12-week-mobile-based program is delivered in bite-sized, manageable blocks to work with our hectic schedules by providing actionable resources relevant to everyday communication challenges without ever having to leave the job site.
The program is broken down into four quarters, each consisting of 3-weeks:
Quarter 1: The Structure and Overviews (Division 1)
An introduction to the different leadership styles, redefining intelligence, clarifying what a "good" or "successful" leader is, figuring out what our inherent strengths are and what all this means for us within the construction industry.
Quarter 2: The Foundation - The Leader (Yourself).
Information on what is going on inside our heads and why we react differently in certain situations, what motivates us, and a leadership maintenance schedule to help with stress, being overloaded, and exhaustion.
Quarter 3: The Building - The Team (Other people).
What motivates others, what demoralizes them, how trust is built, what THEIR default mode looks like, and a measurement tool to gauge our team's health to know when to take action to maximize the success of our teams.
Quarter 4: The Finishes – Helpful Leadership Tools
Conflict, difficult discussions, public speaking, how to get others and ourselves out of a "mind lock" for more productive conversations, and larger industry challenges to be aware of as leaders in the industry.
What Type of Content is Covered?
who should sign up for the wwldp?
Anyone who leads others within the industry including, but not limited to:
Maintenance crew leaders
Construction team leaders
Any and all sectors
The best but also the hardest part of our industry is by far the people.
This program is built for any and all sectors as we all work with people.
Varying levels of experience
There is a minimum requirement of 3 years experience with or within the construction industry.
Anyone with 3-99 years of industry experience who have the privilege and responsibility of leading and motivating others.
This program is built to develop both personal and professional skills.
sign up individually, as an employee representing a company or with a group of people, as long as there is a willingness and motivation to learn.
When is it offered?
There are 2 different sessions offered throughout the year. These are scheduled strategically throughout the year to best accommodate those who work in construction. We recommend considering joining whichever program works best WITH your schedule instead of AGAINST it. Set yourself up for success by avoiding an overlap of this program with project start-ups or closeouts if at all possible.
*While the WWLDP consists of 12 weeks of content, each program includes a buffer week that extends the overall duration to 13 weeks. This is to accommodate some holiday weeks, but also, because "construction happens," this allows participants a week to catch up, take a break or dig into content further if needed.
January 28 - April 22
Registration is now open!
August 19 - November 11
Registration opens in april
How much does it cost and what is included?
Below are three different pricing options for the WWLDP; The Individual Package, The Cohort Package for groups of 5-10, and The Trainer's Package for companies who would like to implement the WWLDP to multiple crews within their company. Click on an option below to see what all is included in each package.
How is it delivered?
The WWLDP content is accessible from any mobile device whenever works best for you throughout the week and wherever you may be, whether in the field, in the truck, at home, or in the office.
The 45-minute weekly virtual cohort discussions are predetermined by the cohort members to best accommodate their schedules.
Content is delivered using a mix of different media including, photos, videos, interactive worksheets, printable resource sheets, reading, and links to additional resources.