Program posted by: Coro New York Leadership Center
Posted on: May 29, 2012
Coro's Leadership New York program challenges experienced professionals from diverse sectors, backgrounds, and perspectives to explore current public policy issues and cultivate the leadership skills needed to create informed change in our city.
Deepen your knowledge of change management and group dynamics
Learn to develop relationships and partnerships that create constructive, productive and self-corrective teams
Acquire skills to identify opportunities and challenges and shift directions to meet them
Investigate current and controversial issues facingNew York City
Learn Adaptive Strategies with Alexander Grashow, CEO of Cambridge Leadership Associates (and Coro Fellows Alum)
Lead your organization or community through change and complexity
Mobilize across competing and conflicting groups to bring initiatives to scale
Impact your career development through practical skills and tools
Join a network of engaged civic leaders
Collaborate with a lasting network to share ideas and resources
Exchange direct feedback and support with peers to expand your self-awareness as an individual and a member of a community
Realize the collective potential of your cohort to leverage support for change initiatives
Coro selects approximately 50 successful professionals that reflect the demographics of New York City from public, private, and nonprofit sectors who are ready to deepen their leadership practice and gain innovative tools and strategies specific to the task of bringing about collaborative change.
• Live or work in New York City
• A minimum of seven to ten years of professional work experience
• A demonstrated record of civic achievement
• A desire to learn new leadership strategies and frameworks
• A capacity for reflection and a mindset for growth
Leadership New York meets September through May and requires a significant time commitment of attendance at 20 sessions.
Applications for Leadership New York are due by July 20, 2012. For additional information and to apply, visit www.coronewyork.org. For additional questions, contact Thomas E. Steele, Recruitment Manager, at email@example.com or 212.248.2935 ext. 303.