The 21st century has brought unique, multifaceted challenges to individuals, teams, and organizations. Sigma Chi Leadership Institute offers an innovative and hybrid educational approach to learning and development that influences today’s learners. We help develop transformational leaders who embody the skills that are necessary to overcome professional and personal challenges that can be organized into topics that span diversity and inclusion, effective communication and feedback, strategic planning and change management, teamwork and collaboration, values-based leadership, and wellness.
Diversity and Inclusion
Individuals can find it challenging to understand and value differences among team members. Recognizing and utilizing differences in perspective, strengths, expertise, and personal characteristics enhance workplace culture, strategy, and performance.
Effective Communication and Feedback
Effective communication and feedback work in tandem with active listening skills to increase understanding. When individuals do not send and receive clear, cogent, and concise information, ideas, or feedback with empathy and clarity, challenges can arise for teams and organizations.
Strategic Planning and Change Management
Strategic planning, such as following set goals and action plans, is utilized to ensure a team and organization can navigate varying conditions, structures, processes, or procedures. Overcoming such challenges ensures organizations sustain themselves into the future.
Teamwork and Collaboration
Being able to produce high-quality results in conjunction with other individuals in the name of a common goal can be challenging if a team does not have positive, communicative, open relationships. Building camaraderie and trust enhance an organization’s ability to achieve its mission.
Values-Based leaders’ actions align with the values of the organization to which they belong. When one learns to make decisions in agreement with their personal and organizational values, ethical, morally-sound actions follow.
Sigma Chi Leadership Institute values the work Gallup has completed on Wellbeing. Jim Harter, Chief Scientist of Workplace and Wellbeing for Gallup, describes the five elements of wellbeing (Career, Social, Financial, Physical, and Community) as,“the universal elements of wellbeing that differentiate a thriving life from one spent suffering.”
Harter, J. (2021). Well being: The five essential elements. Gallup Press.
Tangible results, real numbers
90%The percentage of SCLI students who are satisfied or very satisfied with the programs they completed
48The number of courses offered through the Sigma Chi Leadership Institute
96%The percentage of certificate program students report what they learned has helped them succeed outside the workplace
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