n4a Leadership Institute
The Aging Network is changing and needs strong leaders to face new challenges head-on.
A tailor-made experience for n4a members, the Leadership Institute is specifically designed to assist AAA and Title VI directors and their staff discover and hone the leadership skills that are needed to forge the future of aging and the Aging Network.
- Develop leadership methods through positive forward-thinking and creative problem-solving
- Reframe and redirect necessary objectives when envisioning goals
- Ask effective questions through thoughtful and positive composition
- Understand and accept unique communication styles
Discover that great leadership can be taught and achieved.
About the Institute
February 26–March 1, 2014
The Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center
Doug Krug, co-founder of Enlightened Leadership Solutions and author of The Missing Piece in Leadership, personally leads this breakthrough transformation-in-thinking workshop process, which was part of the MBA Program at Johns Hopkins University for 15 years.
The cost is $1,300, which includes hotel room costs, materials and most meals. Limited scholarships are available.
The institute is open to n4a members only. Apply by Friday, January 31, 2014. Applicants will be notified no later than February 7, 2014. Apply now.
Questions? Need to confirm your membership or become a member? Contact Martin Kleffner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.872.0888.
"I am thankful for what I learned from the Institute and from my fellow n4a colleagues. It is very applicable in this dynamic time in the Aging Network.... I Highly recommend this for anyone who wants to be an 'enlightened leader.'"
NWCCOG-Alpine Area Agency on Aging
"Doug Krug does a phenomenal job of making you look inside yourself for the answers of how to become a better leader both professionally and personally. The networking is so very valuable! What a wonderful opportunity to have leaders in aging from all across the country under one roof working towards a common goal."
--Leigh Ann Belenskey,
Director, Mountain Lauren Cancer Support and Resource Center
Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc.