Building Leadership Program

The ability of any organization to reach its full potential depends upon its ability to identify and grow its leaders. Strong leadership is critical at all levels to achieve short term business objectives and ultimately realize the long-term vision of the organization. Establishing a leadership pipeline is essential for a company to transform from good to great.

COST: $2600 plus GST per participant (Canada – Alberta Job Grant eligible)

DURATION: 8 half-day virtual delivery sessions, delivered over an 8-month period

DATE: Date to be determined 

Who are Results?

Results works with ambitious, open minded business leaders seeking better results. Results clients are mid-sized firms from a variety of industries where the leaders want to unleash their full business potential. Through the application of Execution Disciplines, Results helps clients to drive results through visibility, alignment, accountability, and engagement of all employees in executing on the strategic plan.

Dated to be Determined

Virtual Instructor Led Training

Members Only

Additional Details

Model the Way – part 1 

  • Introduction to the two laws of leadership
  • Learning four factors of “model the way” – how can these be applied?
  • Introduction to the accountability buddy process

Inspire a Shared Vision – part 2

  • Identify how to use “model the way” principles to inspire a shared vision
  • Learn how to communicate an inspiring future
  • Identifying a common purpose and creating alignment
  • Identify goals and learning intent

Accountability Check In

  • Report on progress with learning goals and tasks
  • Check accountability buddy pairs
  • Review readings and assignments progress

Mastering Personal Workflow – part 3

  • Identify and learn the three elements of workflow
  • Introduction to the Franklin Covey Matrix
  • Learn the workflow process and tools

Challenge the Process – part 4

  • Learn why the process might need to be challenged
  • How to search for opportunities and seize the imitative
  • Why would businesses experiment and take risks?
  • Identify goals and learning intent

Accountability Check In

  • Report on progress with learning goals and tasks
  • Check accountability buddy pairs
  • Review readings and assignments progress

Enable Others – part 5

  • Learn how leaders can enable actions – why is this important?
  • Introduction to 5 dysfunctions of a team
  • Learn how to create a climate of trust

Talent Map – part 6

  • Identify differences between engaged and disengaged workers
  • Introduction to talent mapping process– why is it useful?
  • Identify characteristics of A, B, C, CK players
  • Identify goals and learning intent

Accountability Check In

  • Report on progress with learning goals and tasks
  • Check accountability buddy pairs
  • Review readings and assignments progress

Accountability – part 7

  • What is accountability? Why is it important?
  • Introduction to “above the line” behavior
  • Learn the pillars of accountability

Encourage – part 8

  • Introduction to “encourage the heart”
  • Why is regular feedback important?
  • Learn how to create a spirit of community
  • Identify goals and learning intenp

Based on 30 years of research, the building leaders’ program is designed to:

  • Increase leadership competencies at all levels in your organization
  • Build an internal pipeline of leaders to fill key roles as you grow
  • Effectively drive succession planning
  • Improve alignment, engagement, and communication at all levels
  • Help managers master the leadership practices of exemplary leaders
  • Strengthen the confidence employees have in their leaders
  • Establish clear and consistent messages and processes throughout your organization
  • Create a culture of discipline with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Develop shared accountability for results

Building Leaders Program Course Structure & Details:

  • Eight half-day virtual delivery sessions, delivered over an 8-month period
  • Learning pods of 10-12 leaders from all levels and business units
  • Self-assessments and goal setting exercises
  • Creation of Accountability Pairs to ensure development progress between workshops
  • Accountability check-ins with Results to reinforce personal development
  • Expert facilitation of best practices and real-world applications
  • Meaningful dialogue and debate of all leaders to strengthen the organization

Christy Benoit has over 15 years of experience in business leadership. Through her focus on developing healthy corporate cultures that foster a continuous improvement mentality, she’s demonstrated that it is possible to be doing good while doing well in business. Prior to joining the Results team in 2017, Christy co-founded, built and led several business ventures, including an innovative engineering firm that delivered industry changing products to some of the largest oil and gas companies in North America. Christy graduated with a BSc (Pharm) from University of Alberta in 1999. Prior to starting her first business, she worked 10 years in the field of pharmacy gaining a variety of experience in areas of clinical practice, research and business management. She is also the visionary and developer of the world’s northern most Net Zero energy commercial building, the Mosaic Centre (Edmonton), which pioneered the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) methodology into Canada.

Through her role as a Business Execution Specialist with Results Canada, Christy provides coaching, training and advisory to senior leaders and their teams as they strive to build successful and sustainable businesses. Her work with her clients focuses on the 5 pillars of: Vision, Strategy, Best People Practices, Systems and Processes, and Leadership Development.

When not at work, Christy is kept busy with her three children, family, friends and manages to squeeze in time for other interests such as hockey, yoga, reading and travel.

Cancellation Policy:

Payment is non-refundable for cancellations made within 5 business days of the course, or non-attendance on the day. Complimentary substitution of another member of your company is accepted. If CCA has to postpone or cancel courses due to insufficient enrolment, CCA will refund the registration fee or, if possible, the attendee may choose to move to an identical session in the future.


Did you know!!  Eligible employers can get government funding to help employees access training opportunities. The Canada-Alberta Job Grant will give you up to 2/3 of the registration fee (up to $10,000/employee/fiscal year) for training. Whether taking one course or a combination of courses, the total training must be a minimum of 21 hours and be completed within 52 weeks.