Community Economics & Leadership Program (CELP)
Why is the Program Needed?
- Changes in technology, the future of work, changing demographics and societal values have created many challenges and opportunities for new and aspiring leaders
- The Millennial Generation (92 million) outnumber the Baby Boomers (77 million) in the American workforce. As digital natives, they are skilled in connecting and building relationships. As they move to leadership roles, they need to develop technical skills to influence and empower others to succeed.
- Build a pipeline of purposeful leaders with skills to facilitate collaboration across systems.
Who Should Attend?
- Mid-level local and state government employees
- Millennials who want to develop technical skills to empower others
- Community Development practitioners
- Entrepreneurs and aspiring community leaders
What You Will Learn and Practice:
- Your Personality Style and Leadership Strengths
- Group Dynamics and Conflict Competence
- Dialogue Skills and How to Hold People Accountable
- How to Design Human-centric Solutions
- Community Economics and the Future of Work
- The Six-step Behavior Model to Change Anything
- Local Government and Civic Engagement
- Entrepreneurship and Business Development
- How to Engage Constituents Using Facilitative Leadership Skills
- City of Indianapolis
- Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center
- Local Initiative Support Corporation
- Indiana Department of Workforce Development
- Employ Indy
Individuals need not be well-rounded. Teams should be!
- We seek participants who will invest in nine days of learning and development
- Complete application process
- Present community or personal work product at graduation
- Start date: March 14, 2019
Anticipate at least two online webinars and two field trips.
Contact: George Okantey, MPA, CPLP®
317-275-9263 or [email protected]
Estimated number of participants: 16
Cost for each $500