Final details are still being worked out as to the timing and format for the 2021 Executive Leadership Institute, offered in collaboration with Loyola University Chicago, but registration remains open for a full, fall program start.
Monthly Virtual Instruction: August 2020-April 2021
Register on or before July 17 to receive the early bird rate. The deadline to register is Jan. 2, 2021.
Early Bird Registration: $3850
Regular Registration $4350
Early Bird Registration: $4850
Regular Registration: $5350
About the 2020-2021 Institute
The 2020-2021 Executive Leadership Institute will include virtual and in-person instruction. From Aug. 2020-April 2021, students will receive 1.5 hours of virtual instruction each month. The virtual learning and networking will be complemented by participation in the in-person institute, which will be held in May 2021 at Loyola University Chicago.
Registration fees cover the virtual sessions and in-person institute, making this year an exceptional value The deadline to register is Jan. 2, 2021. All students who register between August and January 2020 will participate in all upcoming sessions and have access to recordings of past sessions.
About the Institute
The Executive Leadership Institute (ELI), offered in partnership with Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, equips senior-level managers and executives with the knowledge and skills to oversee day-to-day operations, and prepare for the future and greater systems change. Transactional meets transformational for this influential experience.
ELI assembles a wide variety of faculty from the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, as well as academia. The Alliance’s partnership with Quinlan means access to first-class faculty and specialized expertise, as well as the flexibility to create a program to transform students’ leadership skills. The curriculum will not only challenge, but offers a rare opportunity to focus on excellence, impact, and systems change.
ELI features 70 hours of content delivered over two concentrated sessions in consecutive years. The second half of the program culminates in the presentation of projects completed between the first and second sessions. The presentations are given before the assembly of participants and faculty.
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