The Senior Consultant, Member Leadership Development will design, implement and manage ACC’s member leadership development programming (informal and formal). This role is a key enabler to executing upon the American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) strategic plan to develop the leadership skills of ACC members while actively growing the leadership pipeline of the ACC.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Plans, delivers and evaluates leadership development offerings / programming to support the long-term implementation of the Member Leadership Development programmatic framework in direct support of ACC’s strategic objectives.
- Delivers training and coaching through a variety of instructional techniques, including classroom training, blended learning, case studies, discussion groups, etc.
- Consults and partners with ACC’s members, senior staff, and key member leaders to perform on-going needs analyses and expertly recommends changes based on member / learner feedback.
- Collaborates with Membership Division staff, such as: committee staff liaisons, chapter executives, and key member leaders, as needed to assist in the development and implementation of leadership development programming, modifying existing offerings/content to accommodate learner needs, as appropriate.
- Trains internal trainers and provides guidance / oversite to external vendors as needed.
- Provides tools and hands-on support for coaching, facilitation, and team development.
- Makes decisions and solves problems by analyzing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution and solve problems collaboratively with others as well as using independent judgment to select proper course(s) of action.
- Brings forth experience with competency development, assessment analyses and coaching.
- Handles complex projects of a variety of scope that require innovation and research into new ideas and evolving leadership development methodologies.
- Exhibits a consultative mindset with members, in order to build collaborative and mutually beneficial working relationships.
- Facilitates team assessments and exercises such as Work Styles, DiSC, MBTI, and/or StrengthsFinders, etc.
- Works as part of Member Leadership Development department to define prioritized annual objectives complete with action plans, milestones, and metrics of success.
- Maintains and updates knowledge of organizational development and change management theory and innovative leadership approaches.
- Identifies and manages budget and resources; assesses efficacy of role annually; partners with Team Leader, Member Leadership Development to assess effectiveness of training and development programs.
- MA or MBA required (Leadership Development, Org Development, HRD, or similar).
- 10+ years of related experience in training and leadership development, with distinct focus on program design, facilitation and delivery.
- Demonstrated knowledge of adult learning styles, participative learning design, group dynamics, interactive learning methods, advanced consulting methods, leadership coaching, conflict resolution, group process facilitation, presentation skills and project management.
- Demonstrated knowledge of leadership theories, philosophies and methods; organizational analyses and change skills.
- Demonstrated track record of implementing and delivering results through leadership development programming.
- Proven ability to negotiate and influence within a collaborative framework.
- Ability to toggle between strategy development and tactical execution.
- Experience working with all stages of career (early, mid, executive level) on myriad topics that evolve as the organization / environment evolves.
- Experience conducting leadership coaching.
- Experience leading change efforts from a consultative perspective (large / small).
- Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Advanced Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills.
- Proven success in a dynamic, fast-paced, evolving environment.
- Travel is required (approximately 6 times per year once normal travel resumes).
- CPCC or ICF coaching certification preferred, not required. However, a proven history of 1:1 coaching with executives is necessary,
- Certification in one or more of the following desired: DiSC / MBTI / ESCI (*360-degree instrument) / StrengthsFinder.
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