Chamber offers new program for regional businesses
Are you the leader of a team? Are you preparing yourself to lead a team as part of your career development? Are you an employer who would like to cultivate employees to be future leaders — in the workplace and/or in the community?
The Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy is designed to build leadership effectiveness for new and emerging leaders. Powered by Collaborative Dynamics and Facilitator Micah Schrom, this program is energizing, highly collaborative, and provides participants with tangible learning that can be applied at work and to your life.
The Chamber’s Leadership Academy is ideal for new and emerging leaders as well as those who are preparing to enter a leadership role. This program is designed to provide foundational learning which is reinforced through one-on-one coaching to help participants put principles into action.
Get the insider’s tour of some of the region’s most dynamic businesses.
Network and build valuable relationships with business and community leaders from the region
Learn best practices that ca be incorporated into your, or your employee’s, career/business.
This 8-week program covers:
Session 1: Understanding your Leadership Style, Jan. 12 – Hill & Markes, Amsterdam
Session 2: Managing your Human Resources, Jan. 26 – Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home, Gloversville
Session 3: Motivation, Feb. 9 – Fulton County Board of Supervisors Room, Fulton County Office Building, Johnstown
Session 4: Performance Management, Feb. 23 – Alpin Haus, Amsterdam
Session 5: Communication, March 9 – HFM BOCES, Johnstown
Session 6: Delegation, March 23 – Beech-Nut Nutrition Corp., Amsterdam
Session 7: Crafting Strategy, April 6 – Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, Gloversville
Session 8: Leading Change, April 20 – Wal-Mart Distribution Center, Johnstown
— Everything DiSC Management Assessment and accompanying 27-page report (a behavioral assessment that helps teams and leaders better understand different styles, how to interact with each other, motivate each other, and how to get results together)
— Six 1-hour 1:1 leadership coaching sessions that will take place at the workplace post-Academy
— Printed course materials
— Light food and beverages during training sessions
Cost, time & location
— $1,499 for Chamber member businesses and their employees/$1,699 for future member businesses and their employees
— Friday classes: 1/12, 1/26, 2/9, 2/23, 3/9, 3/23, 4/6, 4/20
— 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (last hour will be reserved for company tour and guest speakers)
— Each session is hosted at a different area business
Kelly Montanye at the Chamber is the point person for this new program. Space is limited! Register via email to Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit the Fulton Montgomery Leadership Academy Facebook page, or the Chamber’s website at www.fultonmontgomeryny.org/leadershipacademy.
Mark Kilmer is the President/CEO of the Chamber and can be reached at 518-725-0641 or email@example.com