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Sellinger School launches Leadership Essentials Baltimore County

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management will launch Leadership Essentials Baltimore County, a six-month leadership program for young professionals living and working in the Baltimore area. The program will run from December 2017 through June 2018.

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Sellinger’s Executive Education team will develop Leadership Essentials Baltimore County in collaboration with the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. 

Leadership Essentials Baltimore County will mirror Leadership Essentials Howard County, which Sellinger holds in collaboration with Leadership Howard County.

“Sellinger brings tremendous business education to Baltimore through our Executive Education seminars and now through Leadership Essentials Baltimore County, which will present our deep understanding of organizational leadership to young professionals,” said Scott Moores, director of Executive Education and business development at the Sellinger School.

Leadership Essentials Baltimore County will combine skill-building, personalized coaching and real-world community projects for classes of about 25 professionals. Participants represent a cross-section of the community from business, government, education, health care and nonprofit organizations.

“Like the program in Howard County, Leadership Essentials Baltimore County will help professionals learn practical leadership skills, gain wisdom from veteran coaches and network with colleagues, ultimately bringing value to their organizations and their careers,” said Lori Fuchs, program coordinator for Leadership Essentials Howard County.

Leadership Essentials Baltimore County will hold recruiting events starting in July and accept applications through early October. For more information, contact Fuchs at lfuchs@loyola.edu.