Strategic Leadership for Sensory Programs
Personal Development for Managers and Directors
Sensory & Consumer Science can be vital to the modern CPG environment. Knowledge of the traits of a high functioning department, testimonials of the impacts such departments have on business, and considering where you and fellow sensory professionals are along the journey of creating and implementing such a department are the starting point for this course.
By utilizing FourSight assessments & other surveys prior to attendance, this course is customized to support each attendee as you identify a personal Grand Challenge and tackle it, leaving with a customized development plan. You’ll grow as you explore the value of working both in and outside of your preferred communication styles, delve into current leadership philosophies, and get real about the challenges of leading cross generations and in managing conflict productively. To, you’ll have the opportunity to improve your skills in influencing those above you and in networking to build support for your department and initiatives through what you say and how you present it.
Course schedule will include opportunity to visit Biltmore House & Gardens.
About the Course
During this two-and-a-half-day course you will learn More: more on the importance that Sensory & Consumer Science departments can have in influencing company strategy, more on the role and impacts of leadership, more on the intentional and unintentional communication you give, more on strategies to support a productive team environment, and more on how to influence up and garner support through relationship building.
You will leave with your mind stretched and reinvigorated, ready to face work challenges with a fresh perspective.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for current managers and directors experienced in leading and managing sensory and consumer research teams as well as those recently in this role.
April 25-27, 2018
2.5 Day Course*
Course Fee: $2,500
Course Directors: Bob Baron, Gail Civille
Location: Asheville, North Carolina