As you advance down your career path, it’s imperative that you build your leadership strengths and learn new ways to achieve greater impact.
The EBL Leadership Program focuses on the key personal development skills needed to cultivate a strong professional toolbox. Young professionals, like you, need to grow into strong leaders within the business community to continue to advance our region.
Program Content Includes:
- Work Life Balance
- Emotional Intelligence
- Millennial Management
- Integrating Leadership Into Your Management Skills
- Diversity Management
- Office Culture/Synergy
- Personal Financial Planning and Management
Who Should Take Part
Highly driven young professionals, desiring to further their professional development and strengthen their leadership skills.
Your DiSC Personality – Jessica Schimert, Business Consultant, Trainer and Coach
Diversity Management – Ekua Mends-Aidoo, Equity & Inclusion officer at Evergreen Health
Office Culture – Elizabeth Warren, Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Employer Services Corporation
Leadership vs. Management – Geri Grossman, President at My Executive Coach
Personal Finance Management – Adam Brunner, Partner at Prestige Wealth Strategies
Generational Diversity Awareness – Ralph Jeswald, Partner, Dopkins & Co. LLP
Worklife Balance – Francis Fernando, Business Trainer at Manasa Growth
Emotional Intelligence – Courtney Walsh, Assistant Dean at the University at Buffalo’s Center for Executive Development
The EBL Leadership Program will be an eight month long program consisting of eight, two-hour classes. The classes will occur the second Friday of each month January 2018 thru August 2018, from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM at Dopkins & Co., LLP offices in Williamsville, NY.
In order to be considered a graduate of the EBL Leadership Program and receive a certificate of completion, participants must attend a minimum of six out of the eight courses. Certificates will be provided to all that complete the program after the final class in August, 2018.
All participants must be an EBL member or, their employer must be a current member of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce.
For more information on the program, or to register, click here.