MMUA Leadership Academy Opens Doors

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MMUA Leadership Academy Opens Doors

November 9, 2016

The MMUA Leadership Academy is opening its doors. The Academy is a two-year program designed for both current and future senior leaders. Class size will be limited to 25 students. 
 
Topics include:
 
Year One Sessions
Building Great Teams   
Political Intelligence and Conflict - Navigating the Minefields  
Communications - Presence of A Leader
Building the Toolbox of Leadership
 
Year Two Sessions
Character - Mind of a Leader and H.R. Strategies 
Behaviors of a Leader - Organization and Administration
Financial Leadership and Stewardship 
Seeing the Big Picture - Strategic Planning
 
Signing up for the program includes a commitment to attend each of the eight sessions, in order, over a two-year period. Session price  is $600, or $4,800 for the full two-year program. Scholarships are available.
 
The primary instructor for the Academy is Kent Myers, Managing Partner of VISION Companies.  Kent has over 25 years of experience providing strategic visioning, operational effectiveness, and technology alignment consulting services to global companies. He has a decade of experience in working with Minnesota municipal utilities on leadership and culture development and strategic visioning. In addition to his extensive consulting practice, Kent is an adjunct professor at the Harvard Business School. 
 
Some sessions will feature guest speakers who have been through their own journey of adversity and triumph and have expertise in that session’s leadership topic.
 
The first session will be held Feb. 8-9, 2017.
 
For more information, call Jack Kegel at MMUA or click here.