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Leaders are required to dare – to learn about themselves and to gain experience in new fields, to create collaborations, to lead complex systems and to lead change.

The Institute for Quality Leadership offers you an environment to grow in, a place where you will find the way to realize your potential and fulfill it to the maximum. We are offering you this unique opportunity to meet senior executives from leading organizations and expand your network of influence.

Who is the program aimed for?

This program was built and designed for senior executives with at least five years of experience in managing teams and managers, and who have the motivation to develop their leadership skills.

The program deals with different spheres of influence and management:

The influence on employees within the organization by creating meaningful relationships – direct and indirect influence on superiors, colleagues, team members and clients.

The influence on your management team: Leadership in a complex world requires leading a professional team that operates efficiently – an organization cannot be led by a solo performance.

The influence on the system as a whole: The director is an organization’s “cultural engineer” establishing a common ethos for the entire team and organization.

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Over the years, generations of managers have participated in this program and are leading their organizations using the tools, skills and insights acquired during the program.

The program helps managers explore and develop their leadership skills. It creates an optimal, unique and challenging learning environment for the managers and focuses on three main perspectives: the personal, the team, and the organization. Throughout the program, an interactive connection is created between the three perspectives.

The program enables the participant to:

  1. Develop awareness of his personal leadership style, recognizing and understanding his potential as a leader.
  2. Consolidate a CORE PHILOSOPHY and an organizational philosophy based on core values.
  3. Develop the skills needed to be influential.
  4. Analyze and learn skills of influencing and developing team members, accompanied by constant feedback during the seminar.
  5. Be exposed to theoretical models, role models, and case studies of leadership success in organizations.

During the eight stages of the LCP program, participants discover their passion to lead and develop their ability to lead:

  1. Superior Managers Meetings -2 hours
  2. Personal Preparation – 1 hour with each participant
  3. Leaders as Human Beings – 3-4 days
  4. The Leadership Mirror – 1 day
  5. Leadership in Action – 2 days
  6. One on One – 1 hour with each participant
  7. Leading within the System – 1-2 days
  8. Setting Off – 2 days

An organization’s success is dependent on the leadership of managers throughout the organizational hierarchy. Organizations who want to effectively deal with present and future challenges need to grow and develop leaders from within their work force.

Mid-rank managers are a key to organizational success and their role is crucial:

  • They are the leadership pipeline
  • They are the frontline managers
  • They are indispensable connecting links, conveying information between senior management and employees in the field
  • They convey the day to day reality to the upper-levels of the organization
  • The Institute’s vast experience assisted us in creating The Effective Leadership Program which is specifically designed for mid-rank managers

The Effective Leadership Program enables mid-rank managers the unique opportunity to enhance their leadership abilities and improve themselves as leaders.

The program’s design provides participants the opportunity to analyze and strengthen their merits as leaders and to refine the various leadership skills that are necessary in order to succeed as leaders within the organization.

The program is based on four holistic levels: a comprehensive and accurate personal diagnosis, development of influencing skills and abilities, receiving precise feedback aimed to improve managerial effectiveness, and leading a personal project within the organization.


Each participant goes through a computerized assessment and receives detailed feedback on his leadership and influence style. With the aid of this personal mapping, tailor made developmental targets are defined for each participant.


Based on the leadership challenges that emerge from collecting personal profiles, we identify specific leadership skills for personal and group training.


Each participant receives detailed feedback, and investigates and develops the relevant skills that will have a positive influence on his leadership challenges and improve his effectiveness   as a leader.


Each participant is given an opportunity to develop his personal leadership skills by leading a project based on his leadership vision that will significantly benefit his organization. The project is based on the various skills and tools acquired during the program.

Working with the Full Range Leadership Model allows managers to receive an in-depth, personal and eye-opening review of their influence and personal leadership style. The feedback is based on collecting colleagues’ and team members’ answers. Alongside the participants’ personal testing, a full and clear picture immerges reflecting the leadership styles that characterize the specific rank of managers in the organization.

The Institute for Quality Leadership holds the exclusive rights to use the MLQ test developed by Binghamton University in New York.

For further information regarding the Full Range Leadership Model, click here.

In this unique workshop, the participants will lead their colleagues in a challenging mission, on which they will receive feedback regarding their leadership in action and their personal style of influence.

The workshop is based on 2 complementary stages:

Stage 1: Observation (self and on the group) – practical activities that focus on leadership simulations. The activities are developed based on various parameters taken from each participant’s personal leadership profile – MLQ (read more on the link to Personal Leadership Profile)

Stage 2: Processing (information and feedback) –the participants gather on the day following the outdoor activities. The processing enables each participant to further investigate his leadership style as well as the opportunity to reach personal conclusions in regard to the role he took on within the group setting.

Meeting directly with other participants’ feelings, thoughts and emotions in reaction to each manager’s leadership and style of influence, provides many significant insights that can be implemented, with the help of the experienced facilitators, into their roles within the organization.

Some of the insights and practical skills that the participants will acquire are:

  • How to influence and motivate a team or an individual to act through genuine desire and commitment.
  • How to communicate effectively, achieve cooperation and lead to significant change.
  • How to refine one’s unique leadership style as a manger.

The order of the day is planned according to the characteristics and needs of the group, enabling each manager to realize his personal and group skills, alongside the investigation and development of social, influence, management and leadership skills.


In today’s competitive and stressful work environment, each manager needs to have the ability to motivate and develop his team, and to educate and provide feedback to his people weather they are part of an organic team or part of an organizational matrix.

Guiding and developing management teams highlights the shared managerial and leadership challenges in addition to strengthening interpersonal communication, organizational commitment, trust and cooperation.

The meetings are aimed at achieving shared understanding and building practical work plans for the various themes regarding the team’s life, and for its leading role in the organization.

The workshop is designed to fit managers of all ranks within the organization and its content is adjusted to the specific managerial level participating.

The goals of the Team Development workshop:

  1. Acquiring knowledge and necessary skills for team development within an organization.
  2. Working according to the transformational leadership model for synergetic team development.
  3. Leading strategic processes in the team.
  4. Practice and analysis including personal feedback from the workshop participants.
  5. Analyzing real life organizational events and role playing.

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Lectures by Gali Raz – Joint CEO and Professional Manager of the Institute for Quality Leadership:

“On Management and Leadership in Managerial Roles”

“Leadership & Engagement – Leadership and workers co-involvement”

“Leadership in an Uncertain World”

Lecture by Smadar Porat – Senior Facilitator and Head of the Research and Development Department in the Institute for Quality Leadership

“The Virtues of the Net – Leadership in Complex Environments”


Lecture by Golan Yairi, Colonel in the Israeli Air Force, Founding Member and the First Commander of the School for Combat Extraction and Rescue.

“Air Force Senior Leadership: How can we understand the gap between soldiers’ assessment of their commanders’ leadership in HQ and in the front line?”

Contact us to receive more information on each lecture.