Presentation on theme: "Sponsored by. To educate aspiring leaders and support their growth through leadership training and community education so that they may serve as catalysts."— Presentation transcript:
To educate aspiring leaders and support their growth through leadership training and community education so that they may serve as catalysts for change in the Greater New Haven community.
We meet one day per month: Orientation: Wed & Thurs, September 25 & 26, 2013 Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Thursday, November 21, 2013 (@ GNHCC’s Business Expo) Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Session Time: 8:30-4:30 p.m. Graduation: Wednesday, March 12 (evening event)
8:30 - 8:45amWelcome & Coffee 8:45 - 9:45amCareer Check Up: Natalia Xiomara-Chieffo, Principal & Human Capital Strategist Employment Resource Team, LLC. You will get an insight into the importance and value of a regular Career Check Up and why keeping your skills and talents polished at all times can lead to greater opportunities. 9:45-10:00amBreak 10-12pmCreating An Impressive Personal Image and Brand: Alicia Valentino, Image Consultant, Fashion Stylist, Human Resources Professional, CG Consulting. *Do you want to have the opportunity to get promoted, showcase your brand and grow your network? *Do you want to improve your most valuable asset … yourself? *Does your organization need to more clearly communicate and represent its brand? 12:00- 1:00pmLunch 1:00 – 3:00pmPresentations That WOW! Bob Dickson, President, Dale Carnegie Training of Western CT, In today's business environment everyone is called on to present information in some shape or form. You will learn a simple process which will give you an edge when preparing your next presentation. 3:00-4:15pmTime to work with your Community Service Project Group 4:30pmAnnouncements and Closing Comments
Each session includes a variety of guest speakers and topics. Some are lecture style and others are a hands on workshop. The goal is to bring you a variety of speakers and topics to enhance your leadership skills. We begin with coffee and networking along with lunch and breaks throughout the day. At each session there will be time allotted to meet with your community service project team.
Each participant is required to work on a Community Service project, which includes approximately 20 hours outside of the program days in addition to time spent during each session. Several non-profits will present their project ideas at Orientation. Small teams are formed based upon interest.
American Heart Association team working on their Go Red initiatives
“Leadership Greater New Haven gave me an opportunity to work with individuals who shared the same goal of wanting to be a successful leader. This program gave me a greater understanding of how to work with people who come to the table with different intentions but who walk away with the same satisfaction of completion.” Tomi Veale, Youth@Work, City of New HavenYouth@Work “A terrific way to meet new friends, network and enjoy a combination of business and leisure activities. Never the same thing twice, each session was new and exciting with wonderful speakers.” Cindy Carlson, Reitmann Personnel
Class of 2013 at the Top of 360 State during our final session
Upon graduation of Leadership Greater New Haven you will join the ranks of over 700 alumni Throughout the year we offer Alumni reunions and events for you to continue networking and meeting other alumni Alumni are encouraged to be Ambassadors of the program by recommending future participants
Tuition is based upon the size of the organization you work for. $3,300 – for Businesses with more than 100 employees $1,500 – for Businesses with less than 30 employees: including municipalities, colleges, universities and non-profit agencies Non-profit organizations – there are a limited number of scholarship funds available. Please request a scholarship application for consideration.
Leaders of all levels are encouraged to apply. Fill out the application found at www.gnhcc.com. Please submit the application and current resume by August 30, 2013 www.gnhcc.com application For additional information, please contact Natalia Xiomara-Chieffo, at 203-782-4143 or firstname.lastname@example.org@gnhcc.com
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