Applied real-world project: you will identify a specific leadership challenge you are currently experiencing, and develop strategies and skills to meet that challenge effectively.
Faculty engagement: program faculty will stimulate your learning by offering “state of the science” concepts and by asking questions that will challenge you to stretch beyond your current horizons.
Small group work: you will have rich opportunities to reflect, share and work with your fellow participants in projects, experiential exercises and case studies.
Individual coaching: you will meet with your coach before, during and after the program to deepen your learning and ensure long-term application and impact.
Reflective practice: finding the time to reflect is often a challenge for busy leaders. In this program, you will be given space and time to think deeply about your own development and how you can support the development of others.
Peer support: you will join peer networks to share experiences, engage in creative conversations, and give and receive coaching support. Experience has shown that these networks are often the most impactful aspect of the journey, and that participants frequently develop relationships that last long after the program has ended.
Leadership embodiment: as self-awareness encompasses the physical as well as the cognitive, you will practice methods for relaxation, breathing and physical movement.
One-on-one faculty accessibility: MTLC thought leaders will be present throughout the program to engage in one-to-one conversations, answer your questions and offer support.