Leadership & Management Training

Tailor Made's Leadership and Management Training is designed to bring out the best in managers and leaders by providing individual assessments, experimental learning, and targeted development activities.  Our training modules are tailored to meet the needs of the following:

For a short investment of time, participants will receive a quick overview of Situational Leadership II (SLII) theory and two very important skills of a Situational Leader: Diagnosis and Flexibility. Exposure to these two skills will set the participant up for more advanced learning and skill training as they grow as a manager. While there is no quick-fix to mastering the advanced skill-building and immersion of a two-day SLII training, this Introductory course will help anyone develop the leadership essentials.



Each participant will receive a workbook which includes exercises, reference information, and a copy of the Leader Behavior Analysis II (LBAII). The LBAII instrument measures a manager’s ability to diagnose the development level of an individual and use the correct SLII leadership style for that individual. Moreover, SLII® is recognized as both a business language and a framework for employee development because it works across cultural, linguistic, and geographical barriers.

The foundation lies in teaching leaders to diagnose the needs of an individual or a team and then use the appropriate leadership style to respond to the needs of the person and the situation.

The Cook Model

The Cook model was derived by the President and CEO, Mr. Cook.  As an accomplished military soldier and an esteemed technology professional, Mr. Cook has combined over 20+ years of civilian and military experiences into a preeminent leader's training module. This model is designed to motivate new and seasoned employees into adaptive leaders who are proficient in building teams, as well as, strategic and tactical execution.  Moreover, The Cook Model moves beyond conceptual and theoretical leadership models towards concrete examples of leadership, management, and supervision.

Examples include, but are not limited to working with a team to accomplished a shared vision and company goals; managing resources when the team is behind schedule; managing employees with disabilities; the power of awards and admonishments; arriving at an organization as the new manager, supervisor, or team leader; working with subordinates and supervisors; and much, much, more. 

Schedule a training today!

If you need assistance in choosing a session or are interested in knowing more about how we can tailor a program for you, please send us an email:

Jema Hill Cook, MPA
Chief Operation Officer