|PE Leadership Institute|
You will have the opportunity to:
Session 1. Leadership and Personal Development (November 10-12, 2016 - Canyon of the Eagles, Burnet, TX)
This session relates to the engineer’s personal leadership qualities. We will explore personal "ownership” and accountability, credibility and trust, as well as insight and passion. You will learn and develop personal attributes effective for leading and influencing others.
Session 2. Leadership in Management and the Engineering Profession (January 5-7, 2017 - Canyon of the Eagles, Burnet, TX)
This session explores ways that engineers make a difference in and through their organizations. We will examine methods for inspiring vision, creating change, developing others, and executing strategies. As a part of this session, you will learn how to define and influence your organizational culture.
This session focuses the skills needed to conduct difficult conversations with clients, employees, peers, and bosses. You will learn and practice effective dialogue skills. The learning will be applied to both internal and external negotiations.
This session examines the qualities of cohesive teams and methods for making your teams more effective. In addition, we will explore client relations and ways to move toward trusted advisor relationships.
This session culminates the program with the presentation of your own personal development plan. You will share your commitments and receive feedback and encouragement for implementing your plan. As a part of this program you will meet and dialogue with alumni and encourage future PE Leadership Institute participants.
The CrossGroup has specialized in serving A/E firms for more than twelve years. They have developed and delivered a variety of leadership programs for firms that are recognized as exemplary leaders in the profession: Parkhill, Smith & Cooper; Freese and Nichols; Reynolds, Smith and Hills; Brown & Gay; Howard R. Green; Thomas & Hutton; Dunaway Associates; and Multatech.
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How do I apply?
Application submittals for the 2016-2017 class are no longer being accepted. Information on the 2017-2018 class will be posted once it is available. For additional questions please contact Claire Black at (512) 472-2934 OR email@example.com.
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