Every organization says it wants "leadership" at all levels. Every person wants to provide leadership, whether at work, in the community or at home. Not every leadership program--in fact, not any other program--bridges these desires like the Mid-Level Leadership Training Program.
Sponsored by the Labor-Management Council of Greater Kansas City and Rockhurst University, the Mid-Level Program has been helping build leaders for more than two decades. The 16-session class gives participants the opportunity to learn and to test themselves in the context of the 21st century unionized workplace, and to discover and develop the leader within them.
The Mid-Level Leadership Training Program believes in enhancing not only the core leadership skills of
participants, but in challenging them to face leadership issues with full understanding of the ethical, legal, financial and human implications of their decisions for their organizations, for their communities and for everyone directly affected.
The Mid-Level program doesn't focus on formulas. Instead, it emphasizes the skills effective leaders need and provides participants the chance to enhance, practice and refine those skills. The Mid-Level program has excellent instructors and materials but understands that participants often learn the most from each other, given the right setting and resources. We focus on preparing participants for today and tomorrow for whatever leadership issues they will face.
The Mid-Level Program begins its 2015-2016 class Sept. 23. Sessions are held on Wednesdays through Nov. 11 from 4-8 p.m., with eight more sessions Jan. 27-March 16, 2016. Most sessions take place at Rockhurst University’s main campus, Massman Hall. Tuition is $900 per person for participants from
LMC member organizations and $1,000 per person for those from nonmember organizations. Tuition covers all classes, materials refreshments and meals. Please contact the LMC office with any questions.