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Workforce Development's Leadership Academy of North Florida beginning first class in January

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (December 16, 2013) — Tallahassee Community College’s Division of Workforce Development has partnered with Plugged In Leadership to create an exceptional and unprecedented leadership development environment in Tallahassee. The newly formed joint venture, the Leadership Academy of North Florida, will embrace opportunities to engage and equip talented professionals with enhanced leadership training.
The inaugural class begins January 2014 for a 12-month program. Monthly meetings will be on site in Tallahassee and via teleconference on alternate months. Total investment for emerging leaders is $1998 and for seasoned leaders is $2398. The program takes a systematic approach to leadership development training by providing rigorous curriculum, assessments, coaching, mentoring and evaluation.
The program includes emerging leaders (limit 30) who are young professionals, career changers, or those seeking leadership roles. The cohort of seasoned leaders (limit 20) will be executives, supervisors, or those seeking to leave a legacy of leadership and influence. The group will be diverse, creative, and multi-generational: the makings of an interesting mix of leadership thought and process.
The curriculum includes leadership topics from communication to problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, conflict resolution, emotional intelligence and building a legacy by developing others.
Those interested in submitting an application for consideration should visit or contact the TCC Leadership Institute at (850) 201-8760 or Applications will be accepted through January 5, 2014.
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