Advanced Leadership Development in Higher Education

Venue: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress

Location: Orlando, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 22, 2012 End Date/Time: Oct 24, 2012
Early Registration Date: Sep 28, 2012
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The pace of change in higher education continues to accelerate, just as the challenges are becoming increasingly complex. Current and future leaders have to deal with changing demands of multiple stakeholders, increasing regulation, a skeptical public, stiffening competition, new technologies and ways of delivering education, and revenue streams that are drying up. Now is the time to invest in your skill set to manage these and other, unforeseeable challenges and opportunities.

Join us in Orlando for a three-day, intensive leadership development program. Designed by leadership development experts who have more than 50 years combined experience, this program is one of the most comprehensive, robust, and practical leadership development programs available for higher education professionals.


This program is targeted at middle and senior leaders across all divisions of higher education. Please be aware of the work-intensive nature of the program and be prepared to complete a 360-degree assessment in advance of the program. You should already be in a leadership position in order to gain maximum benefit.


Given the highly experiential and interactive nature of the program, only the first 30 participants will be allowed to register.

If you have questions about whether this program is the right fit, please contact Amit Mrig at 720.988.1210 or


1. This is one of the most complete leadership development experiences available. Built on a comprehensive leadership framework, this program helps you master skills in four areas of leadership experience: personal, interpersonal, team, and systems.
2. This program will draw individuals from across the enterprise of higher education. You’ll learn alongside and with colleagues from across the institution — enrollment managers, student affairs professionals, librarians, department chairs and deans, fundraisers, and HR and IT professionals, creating a systemic view of higher education, right in the conference room.
3. Leadership isn’t taught — it is learned through experience. This program is highly interactive and experiential and offers many tools, techniques, and frameworks that can be immediately used in your work.
4. We don’t restrict the experience to the three days. Participants prepare for the program by completing a 360-degree assessment and work in peer-to-peer coaching teams that will continue long after participants leave Orlando.


One Grand Cypress Blvd
United States