BUILDING AN IN-HOUSE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN HIGHER EDUCATION

| March 21, 2019

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Institutions across North America are actively building in-house leadership development programs (LDP) that can identify and groom future leaders. While the corporate sector has a long history of developing leaders, there are a number of challenges unique to a university environment and culture that must be well understood and planned for. Join us for a one-of-a-kind program that will help ensure your in-house LDP is highly effective and impactful over the long-term. We will cover key components of organizing your LDP as well as dozens of resources and activities that you can incorporate in your program.

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Spring Branch ISD

SBISD encompasses an area of approximately 44 square miles. The Memorial/Spring Branch neighborhoods are just a short drive west from downtown Houston on Interstate 10/Katy Freeway.More than 180,000 residents of the city of Houston and the six incorporated villages surrounded by the city - Bunker Hill, Hedwig, Hilshire, Hunters Creek, Piney Point and Spring Valley - comprise the school district.

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