Leader Development Institute
At Leader Development Institute (LDi) we firmly believe in the need for quality, effective course development and training for both the private and public sectors. LDi is dedicated to developing the leaders of tomorrow - at home, at work, across the nation, and around the world. Our goal is to identify the requirements of the client and exceed them with the commitment - if we don't meet your needs, we don't deserve your business.
LDi trainers are chosen for their knowledge of the subject matter, business experience, training experience, and communication skills. Each LDi trainer is trained in the skills and techniques of educational methodology, adult learning theories, and presentation and facilitation skills.
Leader Development Institute is highly qualified to meet the needs of the client. By applying principles of curriculum and training development, and identifying several adult learning principles, including; a focus on "real world" problems; emphasis on how the learning can be applied; relating the learning to the participant's goals; and, allowing for debate and the challenge of ideas. Recognizing adults are multi-sensory learners - visual, aural, and kinesthetic - LDi incorporates each of the three types of learning into the curriculum to ensure the greatest opportunity for all participants to learn in the mode they are most comfortable with.
LDi's vision and long-term goals first are our commitment to meeting the immediate and long-term training objectives of our corporate and government clients through consulting and quality off-the-shelf and customized training programs. The second is to position us as a national and international training company offering high-impact seminars to the public throughout North America and its major markets. Training, leadership, supervision, workforce development, coaching, keynote, seminar, professional development, virtual, onsite, values, success, diversity, communication, human resource, executive, conference, workshop, government, customer service, conflict management, change management.
Why choose LDi?
Vast catalog of courses in professional and personal development
We dedicate our time to each client tailoring to their specific needs. Our core values speak for themselves.
Our instructors are subject matter experts with proven experience in their training topics.
Leader Development Institute (LDi) provides extraordinary training from practicing and experienced industry professionals for professionals who wish to develop or enhance their skills along their professional development journey;we train, educate, and inspire.
LDi collaborates with our clients and tailors course content, removing the off-the-shelf type of training that everyone has already attended. Because of our cadre of expert trainers, we can provide diverse content and perspectives on all LDi courses, ensuring that each course is created and presented with the client’s needs in mind.
Because we recognize the limits of a workshop/seminar environment, we are sure to integrate opportunities for the participants to practice and experience the desired learning skills to have improved awareness and increased proficiency.
LDi services include:
- Lunch and Learns
- Conference Keynotes
- Executive and Leadership Coaching
- Consulting for Organizational Transformation
All services are available on-site, in-classroom, and virtually.
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Awards and Accreditation
The Myers-Briggs Company
Covey institute certified
Federal Executive Board Vendor Recognition Awards
Federal Executive Boards
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