Leadership Training for All Levels

Leadership is Critical and Learned

Top leaders envision the future, and communicate the organization’s mission, values, and strategy to employees, partners, suppliers and customers. Leaders throughout the organization then translate that vision into actionable goals and objectives to be accomplished by every member of the team.

Any breakdown in leadership skills or communication jeopardizes the mission and impairs the organization’s performance.  To help Texas companies and their entire teams achieve their true potential, Texas Consilium is collaborating with The University of Texas at Austin to provide training for Texas leaders and companies who want to pursue excellence — conveniently brought to you in your own community.

Choose Your Learning Path

Your greatest reward for improving your leadership skills will undoubtedly be the achievement of the greater potential for you and your organization.  Most courses will also provide you with Continuing Education Units and a certificate of achievement from The University of Texas at Austin and Texas Consilium to document and commemorate your progress on your journey of becoming your best.

Principles of Project Management (2-Day Program)
Being an effective project leader requires a clear understanding of the essential elements of project management. In this course, you will learn the basic characteristics of a project and how to manage one effectively, explore key areas of expertise and learn how project stakeholders and organizational structures affect outcomes.  Learn more.
DALLAS-UT McCombs School of Business, The Centrum, 3102 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Date:  Tuesday & Wednesday, September 13-14, 2022 8:30am-4:30pm Lunches included
Critical Problem Solving and Decision Making
Often misjudged as criticism, critical thinking focuses on the ability to follow logical steps, enabling you to arrive at a decisive and appropriate conclusion. From solving problems at work to facing challenging personal situations, critical thinking is a valuable skill for everyone to master. Learn more.
DALLAS-UT McCombs School of Business, The Centrum, 3102 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Date:  Thursday, October 6, 2022 8:30am-4:30pm Lunches included
Leadership X-Factor: The Power of Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence as measured by one’s emotional quotient (EQ), can be several times more powerful in predicting occupational performance than IQ (intelligence quotient) because it reflects the ability to apply what you know to the real-world situations you face. This course is designed to help participants unlock their leadership skills through the power of Emotional Intelligence.  Course includes an individual assessment and one-on-one coaching prior to the group class. To allow for this advance assessment and individual one-on-one review, registration is required by Friday, October 7, 2022. Learn more.
DALLAS-UT McCombs School of Business, The Centrum, 3102 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Date:  Monday, October 24, 2022 8:30am-1:00pm Lunch included
The Power of Strategic Communication
Strategic communications help organizations and their key audiences communicate across the right channels and with the right effect. To succeed, communications professionals need to think creatively about what will resonate with their audiences and use the right tools and media to reach them and have an impact.  Learn more.
DALLAS-UT McCombs School of Business, The Centrum, 3102 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Date:  Thursday, November 3, 2022 8:30am-4:30pm Lunch included
Coaching as a Leadership Strategy
Today’s workforce has different expectations of and needs from leadership than it has in the past. In this interactive course, you will learn how to move from a management style to a coaching style in order to be a more effective leader for this growing workforce. You will learn the power of questioning, how relational psychological contracts work and why they are important, and how to give continuous feedback while allowing employees the freedom to grow and fail in a supportive work environment.  Learn more.
DALLAS-UT McCombs School of Business, The Centrum, 3102 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Date:  Tuesday, December 6, 2022 8:30am-4:30pm Lunch included

Want Team Training that is Customized?

What if you train your people and they leave?  Even worse, what if you don’t train them and they stay?

People are your best investment.  We know the importance of having and sharing real-world experience. That’s why The University of Texas at Austin, TEXAS Extended Campus instructors are hand-selected with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in their given industry. Combined with our Texas Consilium business advisors, they are able to drive a market-focused curriculum that can deliver effective solutions to your exact needs. Our goal is to provide your leaders and other key team members with the tools, techniques, knowledge and skills necessary to help your organization improve your culture and achieve your potential.

We will be glad to discuss what you would like to accomplish.  Let’s explore the possibilities!  Send us a quick email with your contact information HERE.

Want Even More for Top-Level Leaders?

Do you lead a Texas business? Are you interested in your business, you, and your entire team achieving your true potential? Would you like to become part of the most elite peer group program in Texas?

Whether you are currently in a Texas CEO peer group or would like to explore joining one, you now have the opportunity to bring even greater excellence to your Texas business and your entire team.

There’s a problem with every peer group in that members can only share what they know about their business — but it’s the unknown issues of a business that are the most critical to resolve.  Texas Consilium’s 360 program resolves this issue and many others. You and your fellow group members can rise far above others, showcasing your pursuit of excellence and helping you and your entire group achieve your true potential.

Explore leadership and learning within a group of your peers all year long.  There is power in numbers!

Learn more about Texas Consilium’s 360 Pursuit of Excellence HERE.