Engaging for Early to Mid-Career Professionals

Emerging Leaders in Crisis  online

An immersive leader development accelerator and learning lab for early-to-mid career professionals. Make a leap forward in your ability to lead and your proficiency with the thinking and practices of meta-leadership.

Designed specifically for leaders on the rise, this week-long highly interactive program uses active learning techniques to explore meta-leadership topics critical to reaching one’s potential: character and one’s moral compass; building and motivating high performance teams; making critical decisions; resolving conflict and fostering collaboration; and more. Participants will engage in an innovative “leadership learning lab” to practice the concepts and skills acquired in the program. They also build a valuable network of peers that will last beyond the program. The diverse faculty draw on their decades of front line experience and field research to ensure that all content is pragmatic and compelling. Participants receive an exclusive comprehensive meta-leadership toolkit and other course material.

You should be on a desired career track for a leadership role in crisis preparedness, response, recovery, mitigation, security/intel and business continuity. Participants from federal, state, and local government agencies, private, and non-profit organizations who are charged with managing a team or group and include team leads, directors, mid-level managers, project/program managers, analysts.

This is a competitive selection process. Applications will be reviewed and you will be notified by email on status of admission into the program. Only 65 seats are available.

Program Dates: March 2022 TBD

Cohort I: March 15 – 19, 2021. Applications are now closed for this course. 

Tuition Fee: $5,595.00

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Here’s what ELC alumni have to say about their experience…

“This was the most enriching and phenomenal program I have ever had the honor of attending. Both professional (leadership tools, shared experiences) and personally (the need to take care of yourself, etc.) this program is continuing to have a profound impact on my day to day, both in and out of work.” – ELC 2019 alumni

“The program offered examples of real crises and provided tools that leaders had used to manage these crises. This experience is extremely helpful to me in my job as well as my personal development. I was very impressed with the planning and organization that went into this program which resulted in a very high quality product.” – ELC 2019 alumni