The High Potential Leader program delivers concrete ideas that program participants can start using right away. Multi-day program includes one-on-one executive coaching and help preparing an action plan for returning to the workplace.
There’s no place quite like the director’s level.
The CEO of a company may fly high at 15,000 feet; entry level managers keep steady at 1,000 feet. But the highly talented director must skillfully soar by keeping a keen eye in both directions.
Positioning directors, senior managers, vice presidents and area managers for immediate and long-range success is the goal of the inaugural class of The High Potential Leader program, the latest addition to the elite suite of executive leadership development programs from FIU’s Center for Leadership, part of the College of Business Administration. The three-and-a-half day program will be held May 10-13 at the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure in Weston, Florida.
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Read: “Tips for Developing High-Potential Talent,“ an article by news.FIU.edu.