CSAC Institute – Leadership and Management Practices in the Next Generation (379)

Next generation leaders are a scarce commodity

New class!  Today more than ever counties are searching for people who can be effective leaders. This includes leaders who can set a vision and strategy, communicate effectively, build strong teams, challenge the status quo, and develop the talents of their people. The new generations of leaders, however, often have a completely different way of working and practicing leadership from their older counterparts.This course provides senior executives and human resource managers with models and strategies for developing the leadership abilities of mid-level staff — those identified as having extraordinary potential and already responding impressively to added responsibilities. Discussion highlights how to identify new leaders, recognize next generation leadership models, retention strategies, and how to integrate next generation leadership practices into the county organization.

Instructors:  John King is Founding Partner and CEO of Cultural Architecture, Inc., and the Cultural Architecture Institute; Dr. Rhonda Albey in the Principle Anaylst for Employee Relations in the Los Angeles County Chief Executive’s Office.

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