Leadership Development Training

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Administrative Leadership Development Program
The Administrative Leadership Development Program (ALDP) delves into leadership foundation and organizational strategies such as values, vision, mission, and strategic planning, as well as effective decision-making processes, organizational communication, and executive presentation skills. The program is supplemented by a series of workshops on specific issues facing AgriLife.

For 18 months, ALDP participants attend workshops, participate in small group discussions, and complete assigned readings from current, top-selling authors. This program has limited seating and is available by nomination only. Selections for this program are held biannually.

Course Delivery: Check with Texas A&M AgriLife Human Resources for additional program details and nomination forms.

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Advanced Leadership Program
Targeted at developing advanced leaders from across AgriLife who want to enhance their leadership and personal development skills, this 18-month cohort program is designed to address the following participant outcomes:

Develop leadership, personal, and professional skills through awareness, interaction, and mastery of core competencies.

Gain knowledge and skills to foster advocacy and support for each entity of AgriLife.

Implement personal development plans that will enrich each participant by adding value to the individual and their respective agency.

Aimed at those who are interested in developing as a leader in a variety of roles, the program is intended to cultivate AgriLife leaders with a national and state outlook. Focusing on the development of leadership skills, greater understanding of the Texas A&M System, and the land-grant mission, participants will interact with administrators, leadership professionals, and their peers to gain experiences and tools to enhance their effectiveness as leaders.

View the Web site: http://agrilife.org/leaders
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Emerging Leaders Conference
Are you a supervisor with three or fewer years of experience who is interested in pursuing supervisory skills? This conference can help you develop new skills and competencies to accelerate your effectiveness as a leader. This two-day conference features nationally recognized speakers, workshops, and activities related to supervisory competencies, responsibilities, and roles.

Course Delivery: Additional information, including scheduled delivery dates, is available through Texas A&M AgriLife Human Resources.




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