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Leading the resilient Organization

Now Available for Registration



Paul Thallner, Founder and CEO of High Peaks Group is an executive with senior level leadership experience in the corporate, government, and nonprofit sectors responsible for strategic oversight, revenue generation, client success, and product development. He's been a partner at Great Place to Work and earned his M.S. in Organizational Development from Case Western Reserve University.



The world is changing, and organizations that will thrive will withstand unexpected challenges better. Leading the Resilient Organization is perfect for corporate, non-profit, education, and government leaders who are struggling with the effects of rapidly changing rules and norms of work: high turnover, low employee engagement, low customer satisfaction, top talent leaving for competitors, and difficulty attracting and retaining diverse talent.


Leading the Resilient Organization helps leaders build strong organizations that can withstand unexpected challenges. A new model for organizational resilience will provide a framework leaders can use to strategically move their teams and organizations into an unclear future with courage and confidence. 


Participants will learn which behaviors matter most in leadership roles — behaviors that create a culture of engagement, innovation, and inclusion — and discover which ones they already use and which ones they need to boost in order to become more effective.


Participants will also have access to a community of peers to share workplace challenges, get feedback, and celebrate successes.


Content, connection, community: this course delivers what you need to effectively create and lead a resilient organization. 

This program includes four 90-minute live instruction sessions delivered via Zoom. Students will access course materials (articles, worksheets, etc.) using an online platform. The course is non-credit and not graded. Sign up for one of our upcoming cohorts!


Start Date: October 7

  • October 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET


**This course can be tailored for school districts or other educational organizations as a customized professional development. Contact us to learn more and discuss timing.


Q: What is included in the program? 

A: There are a variety of people who should attend the program, which include.. 


  • Four 90-minute interactive sessions via Zoom

  • An online platform to access course materials 

  • An online leadership self-assessment and report that includes:

    • an overview of your leadership behavior profile

    • descriptions of possible impacts of behaviors enacted most and least often

    • development suggestions to enhance behaviors used less often

    • a report interpretation guide and action planning template

  • During the course and beyond, you will have access to an online community of like-minded peers supported by organizational and leadership experts.

Q: Is there any accreditation
 with the program? 

A: Not at the moment, this is a non credit program for participants interested in learning more about leadership development. 

Q: Who should attend the program?

A: There are a variety of people who should attend the program, which include.. 


Corporate, non-profit, or public sector  leaders who:

  • Participate in decision-making that impacts the direction of their organization

  • Want to develop organizational resilience

  • Want to advance their careers in their organization or industry

  • Manage teams and have direct reports

  • Are responsible for giving feedback to direct reports and/or peers

Q: What are the results of the program? 

A: The results one should expect for the program should include.. 

  • Knowledge of The Organizational Resilience Model

  • How to build team- and organizational-level resilience

  • The relationship between resilience and team performance

  • Practice using highly effective leadership behaviors

  • How to coach others to explore their own leadership behaviors

ready to sign up? click here below for more information. 

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