As a unit leader you are tasked to manage other managers and influence across units and functions at Northwestern. To support and guide you in those efforts, we’ve partnered with Kellogg School of Management Executive Education, to offer 2 programs that focus on Leading Change and driving and sustaining change at the University while maximizing engagement and productivity.
Leading Change is a highly-rated professional development program for staff leaders who are managers of managers or a manager who has a broad range of responsibilities involving teamwork and influence across units and functions at Northwestern. Since 2006, more than 350 members of the community have participated in the program. The program is offered by Kellogg School of Management Executive Education in partnership with Human Resources, and features a series of four full-day workshops at the Allen Center. Class sessions are led by Kellogg faculty.
The focus of the program is on leading change – how University Leaders can continue to drive and sustain change at the University while maximizing engagement and productivity.
Leading Change offers a unique opportunity for you to elevate your leadership and learn alongside peers across schools and units, while building a collaborative network of University Leaders.
Program audience and eligibility criteria
Leading Change enrollment consists of a nomination process. Lead Administrators nominate a number of people in their school or unit who meet the criteria and are strong candidates for the workshop. The criteria include:
- A manager of managers or a manager who has a broad range of responsibilities involving teamwork and influence
- PEX of achieving or higher
- Salary grade of 10 or higher, ITS 79 or Lib 2
Please contact the Talent Development team for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org .