EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE TRAINING WILL HELP GET YOU TO THE NEXT LEVEL IN YOUR PROFESSIONAL CAREER.
You have found success as a STEM professional. You have skills and talent that are recognized. So the transition to executive management should be a seamless one. Why is that seldom the case?
The skills you have mastered as a STEM professional are definitely applicable to a executive position, but additional skills are necessary to move up the corporate ladder successfully. If you are poised to take on a executive role or are trying to increase your effectiveness in your current management position, SHPE’s Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is an ideal seminar for you.
SHPE Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is designed for new managers with a minimum of ten years of professional experience or experienced middle managers. Goals for the program include, assisting middle managers with transition from functional to strategic leadership roles, advancing succession planning to increase diversity of middle to upper management by building a pipeline of high-potential Latino managers. Participants will experience three full days of intense workshops to prepare them to impact their respective corporations.
- EXPERIENCE a research-based executive training program, taught by the foremost experts on developing Latino business professionals and how to foster their success.
- DEVELOP skills to authentically lead your organization to inspire a higher level of performance.
- DISCOVER ways to persuade, influence and negotiate expertly.
- LEARN with and from other senior professionals from around the nation to forge a new and expanding professional network.
- EXPLORE distinct industry perspectives by interacting with professionals of 10 years or more experience from various industries, disciplines and geographic backgrounds.
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The registration page will breakdown the registration fees and the payment options, including a payment plan.
Early Bird Registration Ends: December 31, 2013
Regular Registration Ends: January 30, 2014