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UC Davis Executive Leadership Program

Transform. Inspire. Achieve.

March 17 - May 5, 2016
Thursdays, 1:30-8 p.m., in Sacramento at the Sutter Square Galleria, 2901 K St.

"Now more than ever, leaders are first and foremost learners."
- Sharon Huntsman, program director

Interactive Sessions
This transformative seminar consists of eight interactive sessions that expand your ability to confidently guide your organization. Begin by exploring how to effectively communicate and end the series by examining how to solidify your role as a leader and build positive momentum. Along the way, you will learn to adapt and thrive in the face of change and lead more effectively. Gain practical techniques and strategies you can apply immediately.

360° Assessment
Self-awareness and meaningful feedback from others are essential to developing your capacity to lead. Participants in this program use a 360° assessment to evaluate their own leadership practices and receive important feedback on how others perceive them as leaders.

Coaching
Coaches help us to focus development efforts for the greatest impact. During the program, participants receive two coaching sessions. The first session focuses on the 360° assessment, and the second will take place once the program has completed, to support achieving goals established during the program.

Please join us for this unique and unparalleled opportunity.

Apply Now for the 2016 program.

Join us on January 14, 2016 (4-5 p.m. PST) for our free, online Executive Leadership Program Information Session. Sign up for the free information session today, and we'll send you a reminder in January!

Please contact Sharon Huntsman at slhuntsman@ucdavis.edu. We also offer a number of Leadership Short Courses open for enrollment now.

The 2016 program brochure will be available in October 2015.

Program Overview

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Information Session, Jan. 15, 2015

UC Davis Extension Executive Leadership Information Session 2015

Chase Armer, Alumni Perspective

Chase Armer, Executive Leadership Program Alumnus