JoyPowered® Leadership is Purple Ink's leadership training program for current and aspiring business leaders across all sectors. In the program, professionals looking to grow their leadership, skills, and knowledge meet virtually once a month. The group will learn from experienced leadership trainers, discuss relevant topics, network with other leaders, and have an opportunity to ask questions and get advice on management, leadership, and coaching.
In addition to these monthly leadership learning sessions, members of the program will receive:
- Two one-hour individual coaching sessions (valued at $500)
- A minimum of 9 continuing education and/or SHRM recertification credits
- A free signed copy of The JoyPowered® Team
- Accountability partners and a community of leaders across business units
- Experienced leadership trainers
- A monthly newsletter
- Access to the JoyPowered® Leadership LinkedIn group, where you can interact with members of your cohort, past certified JoyPowered® leaders, and the Purple Ink team
- Tools and resources designed to help you achieve excellence
- Certification as a JoyPowered® Leader
- 20% off JoyPowered® merchandise
You can join the program for just $2,070!
Throughout the duration of the program, I felt that the Purple Ink team was highly organized and professional in their communications and classroom sessions, and proved highly adaptable when we went from a classroom to virtual environment practically overnight. In addition to the relevant discussion topics, the content was presented in a way that was engaging and thought-provoking. I liked that we were supplied with materials and supplemental information prior to and after each class to help us synthesize and utilize the information we learned, and so that introverts like me could think about the topic beforehand and feel more comfortable participating in the classroom discussion.
Attending the JoyPowered® Leadership class was very enjoyable and beneficial. The best part about the class was being able to bounce ideas off other professionals and understand how they handled different situations. Listening to other individuals speak about their experiences, you realize you aren’t alone.
As a new professional, it was very helpful to hear and learn from my peers' experiences in the class. This gave me new perspectives on how to handle situations that I may encounter in the future.
Participating in the program was a good reminder of how much there (still!) is to learn about different topics and that everyone has a different perspective. Being in HR for the last five years and participating in different employer affinity groups led me to believe I had a pretty good idea of what Diversity & Inclusion meant, but I realized during our D&I session that there were several unconscious biases and alternative perspectives I hadn't considered. Given the state our society is in and our responsibility as a community to further our inclusion efforts and educate ourselves about those different than us, I thought that session was particularly pertinent and am grateful for what I learned about myself because of it.
As a participant in the JoyPowered® Leadership Development program, my experience with the program was very positive. The program topics were relevant and applicable, which allowed all participants, regardless of industry or company size, to contribute to the learnings and conversation. The program provided a good mix of self-development and professional development. The program was a great opportunity to meet and network with fellow professionals and learn best practices from each other, as well as work through current challenges in our individual workplaces.
- September 9, 2021
- October 14, 2021
- November 11, 2021
- December 9, 2021
- January 13, 2022
- February 10, 2022
- March 10, 2022
- April 14, 2022
- Effective Delegation
- Leading Effective Meetings
- Goal Setting and Time Management
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Harassment-Free Workspaces
- Giving and Receiving Feedforward Information
- Conflict Management
- Creative Problem Solving
- What Leaders Need to Know About HR