Southwest Leadership Program
Leadership for Public Service Professionals
September 15-19, 2014
Lodge at Ventana Canyon
The Southwest Leadership Program addresses many of the complexities, challenges, and rewards of leadership as a public servant.
This five-day program will help you to develop your leadership arsenal, establish professional networks with colleagues in the Southwestern region, and rejuvenate your leadership energies.
The program consists of a combination of classroom instruction, guest lectures, group discussions, case studies, and self-directed learning. Hands-on experience applying newly learned skills provides reinforcement of learning concepts and develops competencies beyond typical learning.
Participants earn a Certificate in Management and Organizations from The University of Arizona and return to their public sectors with new skills and insights on a broad range of topics, enabling them to lead more effectively right away.
Dr. Paul Melendez
Assistant Dean, Executive Education
Founder, Center for Leadership Ethics
Professor of Practice
Department of Management and Organizations
Eller College of Management
The University of Arizona
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