The Leadership Institute at Purdue Northwest will begin its next professional development program in September.
The program will use a hybrid model of in-person training sessions and Zoom meetings to create a supportive network while building a practical toolbox of skills for Chicago area and Northwest Indiana professionals. Participants will experience evidence-based learning activities to strengthen leadership skills and discover strategies to become a more authentic leader in their career, in their community and in their personal life, according to Purdue University Northwest.
“The LNI program is well-regarded as a robust and relevant leadership training,” said Sheila Matias, executive director of the Leadership Institute at Purdue Northwest. “We provide a great place to build a professional network as participants learn from skilled leadership professors and experienced leadership practitioners while gaining insight into real-world challenges that colleagues bring to the discussions.”
The team at the Leadership Institute at Purdue Northwest will guide participants through a customized leadership development experience. The eight-month program aims to identify growth areas and pathways so that participants can become more insightful, stronger leaders.
Included is a 360-degree assessment, custom one-on-one coaching, personal development plans, evidence-based presentations by leadership experts and a supportive network of leaders.
The Leadership Northwest Indiana program begins in September and runs through May.
For additional information visit the Leadership Institute at Purdue Northwest’s website.