The Leader's Compass Workshop Online
“The Personal Leadership Philosophy provided me with documented principles that I will lead by, providing clarity and predictable to my staff.”
-Stella Sung, Associate Director, UC San Diego
- Live, Online, Interactive (virtual, instructor-led)
- Two results-driven, 90-minute sessions
- Intense and results-driven. Includes pre-work and homework between workshops
- Small group size (no more than 10 participants)
- Join a workshop as a leadership team or individual leader
New work environment challenges are causing stress for many leaders and their teams. Is managing your team while working remotely harder than you imagined? Is your team wrestling with miscommunication, confusion, or even discouragement?
You and your team don’t have to just survive these new leadership challenges. You can THRIVE together. Those we lead need clarity and confidence to guide their work. You can give them that, but you have to find it for yourself first.
The Leader’s Compass Workshop, from Academy Leadership and facilitated by Jay Pullins, is a remarkably effective tool for leaders to gain self-confidence, credibility and trust, improving the motivation and productivity of teams they lead.
When you’ve finished the workshop sessions, you will have developed your own Personal Leadership Philosophy that’s ready for you to present to your team members, giving them greater clarity about your values, operating principles, priorities, expectations and more.
“The best part is it taught me to reflect on myself as a leader. The Personal Leadership Philosophy is phenomenal and a great tool.”
-Carlos Martinez, IT Support Manager, Division of Social Sciences, UC San Diego
“The development of a personal leadership philosophy is an excellent tool to help understand yourself and how you operate.”
-Grant Antal, Project Manager, Federal Reserve Bank
“Writing my personal leadership philosophy is a wonderful way to define and share my style and I don’t know why I didn’t do this earlier.”
-Tim Wheeler, Senior Business Data Analyst, Business & Financial Services, UC San Diego
“A program that will give supervisors insight into leadership and how to use it to change the way they interact with their staff and management.”
-Rebecca Markley, Vice President, Network Program Management, General Communication, Inc. (GCI)
“The Personal Leadership Philosophies are hugely useful and got me to see things from a new perspective. I highly recommend this program.”
-Charmaine Samahin-Manns, Student Affairs Director, UC San Diego
Two ways to receive this training:
- $175.00/person for groups of six or more
Two ways to receive this training:
- Schedule an online Leader’s Compass Workshop for your leadership team to experience together.
2. Join an online, open-enrollment Leader’s Compass Workshop with a diverse group of leaders.
About Your Facilitator - Jay Pullins
Jay Pullins has been leading and developing leaders in a variety of settings for over 30 years. He has a diverse background as a leadership coach, military officer, an appointed state official, and executive leader of Alaska's largest church. Jay has trained over 1,500 leaders in the last five years, from Alaska to Southern California, in various fields from universities to military, construction, product distribution, manufacturing, telecommunications, Alaska native corporations, churches, banks, casinos, and a railroad.
A 1989 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, Jay led U.S. and multi-national teams for the U.S. Air Force, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), NORAD, and the Alaska National Guard. He led combat crews as an Air Battle Manager in Operation DESERT STORM, the conflicts in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, no-fly zones over Iraq, and counter-drug operations in Central and South America. Jay retired as an Air Force Lieutenant Colonel in 2011.
Jay served as Chief of Staff to the Lieutenant Governor, then Special Assistant to the Governor of Alaska. He also served as Executive Leader of ChangePoint church for five years. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the US Air Force Academy, and a Master's Degree in Adult & Higher Education from the University of Oklahoma.
Jay and his wife, Sonia, live in Anchorage, Alaska, and have two grown sons, a daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren.