Build Your Leadership Competency with Loyola University Maryland

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What Do Leaders Need to Be, Know and Do?

 

That’s where it all begins for Loyola University Maryland's Advanced Leadership Development Program (ALDP), the non-credit executive education program offered in five, one-day sessions leading to a certificate in Professional Leadership Development.

 

Offered through the Sellinger School of Business and Management's Executive Education Department, this program is designed to provide future leaders with the knowledge, tools, and confidence to improve daily leadership effectiveness, motivate others, and prepare for ever-increasing leadership opportunities.

 

Who Should Attend

ALDP is suitable for midlevel professionals (ideally 10-20 years of experience) who have experience managing teams and seek to broaden their skillset and increase organizational performance.

Program Agenda

  • Module 1: Leadership Foundations: What Leaders Need to Be, Know, and Do
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  • Module 2: Self Awareness: Developing Self, Others, and Your Personal Leadership Style
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  • Module 3: High Quality Relationships: Building collaborative and supportive relationships with employees and others
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  • Module 4: Team Leadership: Leading Problem-Solving and Decision-Making for Teams
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  • Module 5: Transformation Change: Inspiring Vision and Organizational Growth.

Fall 2019 Session Details

Registration for the Fall ALDP is now closed.  Please contact us at aspire@loyola.edu if you are interested in participating in a future program.

Program Fees

The $4,500 fee includes tuition, assessments, course materials, continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and parking. Lodging, transportation, and dinner are not included. Group pricing for companies that send multiple participants. Coaching may be integrated into the program at an optional cost.

 

Location and Accommodations

ALDP sessions can also be held at Loyola University Maryland's Timonium Graduate Center. The modern facility is situated in a suburban location 15 minutes north of the main campus of Loyola University Maryland, with ample parking, hotels, and restaurants. Out-of-town participants may reserve rooms at Holiday Inn Timonium or Hampton Inn & Suites Baltimore North/Timonium.

Register

Registration is now open

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Loyola University Maryland awards 40 hours of professional development credits for the Advanced Leadership Development Program and 4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). A CEU is not equivalent to a graduate or undergraduate course; however it is evidence of professional study as recognized by Loyola University Maryland.

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For more information, contact W. Scott Moores, Director of Executive Education, at 410-617-2303.

Great format, presentation of concepts, and plenty of group discussion. The leadership seminar provides real techniques and tools that can be applied to daily challenges.

-Chris Rahl, Gordon Feinblatt LLC

I appreciated the immediate and continued team interaction. The course presented subjects and case studies that I recommend for self-awareness and leadership training.

-Stephen Shultz, Brown Advisory

The strategic planning seminar was thoughtfully crafted and executed exploration into the topic at hand. The instructor used a creative approach and extensive experience to deliver on the goals of the class.

-Michael Bamonti, Loyola University Maryland

The seminar on strategic planning was very informative. The instructor offered a concise look into types of strategies and supporting matrices which can be used to plan for competitive advantage in resource planning, product development, and more importantly, life.

-Belinda Edwards, The MITRE Corporation

After attending the seminar I fell more self-aware and prepared in dealing with business decisions. Prior to this session I would say I did not consciously consider strategy on a daily basis and will now make it part of my daily practice.

-Eric Fischer, RSM US LLP

I appreciate that the seminar really encouraged me to think about myself - how I make decisions, what my leadership style is, and what my own core values are. I think being more self-aware will make me a better leader.

-Todd Studney, Director of Finance, Healthcare for the Homeless

The seminar took the fundamentals of leadership and packaged it into a thoughtful tool that can be used in a practical manner in the workplace.

-Minh Nguyen, HRMS, Manager, Archdiocese of Baltimore