Programs

LEARN - Everybody Leads

About the LEARN Program 

LEARN - Everybody Leads is a three month foundational leadership and skills development program for those looking to improve their general leadership skills. LEARN is designed to address the need for all employees to be skilled in self-awareness and in the interpersonal aspects of leadership. Key topics to be covered are:

  •  Managing Yourself: understand how your values, personality and beliefs contribute to your successes and failures

  • Improving Communications: identify processes and steps that help you to listen more effectively and explore your own listening behaviors

  • Increasing Emotional Intelligence: discover what emotional intelligence is, practice techniques that develop your emotional intelligence and implement these proven methods in the workplace to enhance relationships and increase productivity

  • Leading and Influencing Others: hands-on session that develops techniques and methods to positively influence work group performance

  • Change Management: effectively manage organizational change

2018 LEARN Program Schedule

All sessions are on Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will be held at the Talbert House Executive Office at 2600 Victory Parkway.

Winter:         January 11, January 25, February 8, February 22, March 8 and March 22

Spring:         April 5, April 19, May 3, May 17, May 31, June 14

Summer:      June 28, July 12, July 26, August 9, August 23, September 6

Fall:              September 20, October 4, October 18, November 1, November 15, November 29

Selection Criteria

 

An applicant for LEARN must submit an application and have the full support and commitment of their organization to participate in all sessions. Managerial experience is not required although those with management experience are welcome to apply.

 The selection process seeks to ensure a diverse group in personal background, organizations represented and functional area of responsibility. Previous NLIGC program applicants have represented a wide array of organizations including government, health and human services, education and hospitals. Organizations include United Way, Lighthouse Youth Services, Tender Mercies, Inc., Jewish Vocational Service, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Miami University, Cincinnati Public Schools and more.

 Examples of positions held by previous participants include Specialist, Coordinator, Assistant and Associate.

Program Cost

The total cost for the program is $250 due to the generosity of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Interact for Health, Duke Energy, the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr./ US Bank Foundation, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation. Keeping the cost of the LEARN program affordable would not be possible without the support of these funders, volunteer instructors and speakers.

NLIGC Payment Policy

Due to the generosity of our funders, our program costs are kept low to ensure equal opportunity for all non profit organizations. Additionally, the NLIGC needs to ensure that classes will be filled to capacity throughout the duration of the program.

Therefore, all payments will be collected in full prior to the start of the program. If you or your organization cannot pay in full prior to the deadline, we can create a payment plan based on your organization’s need. Please note, this payment plan must be created prior to the start of the program. If you have not paid by the deadline (or created a payment plan), class participation is at the discretion of the NLGIC.

If you are officially accepted into the program and then you choose not to complete the program or course, your tuition will not be refunded. Course of action for these situations will be handled on an individual basis. ‚Äč

Application Deadline:

In order to apply, please visit the Applications page.