Short Program

Emerging Leaders Development Program

A three-day program for newly-promoted, high-potential managers who wish to kick their leadership skills into high gear

A hands-on, highly engaging experience that is tailored to each individual, this program empowers new leaders with the skills to mobilize team and generate results.
What You Will Learn
  • Understand how they are perceived through a customized G360 Emerging Leader Survey
  • Identify personal leadership strengths and weaknesses
  • Learn effective communication and coaching methods
  • Gain insights into how best to manage Millennials
  • Incorporate data-driven solutions to problems
  • Sharpen persuasive presentation skills
  • Develop an ongoing plan for personal development
Who Should Attend
  • New leaders
  • High-potential employees
  • Project managers

NOTE:
This program has limited seats so please register early. If the program session becomes full, you will be notified if you must be placed on the wait list.

Scheduled Dates
Location
Owen Graduate School of Management

401 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN

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Program at a Glance
Length 3 Days
Cost $3,250

Cost includes tuition, instructional materials, continental breakfast and lunch (all days)

Location

Owen Graduate School of Management

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Certificate Series

This Short Program is offered as part of a four-course Certificate Series. Take all four courses within a 36-month period and earn a substantial discount compared to single Short Program prices.

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What Participants Say

"This program will help further your career and give you tools to use for the rest of your life."


"This program will inspire you to change the way you lead and challenge you to drive more for changing lives instead of changing results."


Faculty

Cherrie Clark
Professor of the Practice of Management

A former Bain consultant and executive educator, Cherrie Clark guides the Master of Science in Finance program and teaches several courses within Executive Education

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Brian Griffith
Assistant Clinical Professor of Human and Organizational Behavior, Vanderbilt University

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