What is CCC's
Management Development Lab (MDL)?
The last few years have brought disruption, escalating employee burnout, and retention challenges. Mid-level managers are in a unique position to affect positive change, but they have a challenging role. We believe that managers who feel healthy, prepared, and empowered can result in happier people and better results.
Renew your commitment to your people and invest in your leaders with Management Development Lab.
MDL participants will develop capabilities to allow them to:
CCC recognizes that for management development to have the desired long-term impact, it needs to be experiential, practical and developmental. We also recognize it needs to be cost and time efficient.
The key ingredients of the MDL experience include:
MDL is ideal for higher education professionals who:
Could your organization benefit from CCC's Management Development Lab being brought in house?
Are you a leader or manager that would like to send your team to a program like this?
Are you an individual that deserves to invest in yourself as a leader or manager?
Do you want more information about our MDL program as an open enrollment offering?
"The program was amazing, considering we went through it right when the Covid-19 pandemic hit. Suddenly, goals changed in an instant. The "Planning Guide for Change" and "Guiding People Through Change" were particularly useful tools and continue to be. I'm not sure I'd be as well equipped if it hadn't been for this program. Perhaps the most impactful to me, though, was the small group Peer Coaching. I was paired with amazing professionals who I could confide in, and they in me, as we coached and listened to each other. What a great benefit to have at a very difficult time. I grew a lot during the program."
John Bigus, Manager: Berklee PULSE Music Method
Berklee College of Music
"It has been encouraging to see the early results of using the program knowledge on key colleagues in my office. By starting with self awareness and self care, these colleagues have reported an immediate impact on their ability to recognize and manage stress levels which, in turn, has had a positive effect on their decision making and overall outlook."
Anonymous, Director of Campaign Management and Advancement Operations