Lockheed Corporation acknowledged their need to develop executive talent due to tremendous growth from acquisitions and winning large contracts. The company had 126,000 employees at the time world-wide and this initiative needed to start at the top.
Candidates were nominated by the president to participate in the course, which originated at the director and vice president level. From there the effort moved across the company from first-time, front-line managers to middle management, and more. These five-day, interactive courses designed and developed by Stewart Leadership were known throughout the organization as the following Institutes:
Stewart Leadership utilized 360-degree assessments where the composite scores were used to design a customized curriculum for a particular cohort. Interactive and applied learning were utilized throughout these leadership development programs, along with individualized one-on-one development plans.
Graduates of these programs were held to high expectations related to building new divisions, merging units, and meeting the demands of a growing company. These courses supported successful acquisitions by providing leaders an opportunity to come together and speak a common language, share an experience, and design a culture that could then be disseminated across the company. Individuals were developed, teams became high-performing, and a cultural change transformation occurred. These Institute courses were the highest rated training courses in the company at the time.
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Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.
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