Experience the ICMA Senior Executive (SEI) Leadership Institute at the University of Virginia, where you can gather leadership intelligence by networking with ICMA peers, Weldon Cooper staff, and other ICMA senior executive local government leaders. You'll leave the Institute more informed on the leadership topics every local government professional should know. Like how to excel as a leader... how to make your priorities actionable... and how to approach change both inside the public organization and outside in the community.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 cohort. Application deadline: February 28, 2018.
Sponsored by ICMA University and University of Virginia, this special Senior Executive Institute (SEI) “super session” is a unique opportunity for you to experience the core of the two-week SEI program packed into one week. You will spend valuable class and networking time with members of the “next gen” Leadership ICMA class and with other senior executives and assistants. The core of the program is the study of leadership and the leaders role in high performance organizations.
Dates: June 2-9, 2018
Fee: $4,500 for members; $4,900 for nonmembers. Fee includes all program costs, tuition, materials, special events, and most meals. It does not include travel or lodging.
Program Contact: Nedra James, Program Manager, Professional Development at email@example.com.
What You Can Expect
Limited to 20 senior executives, the Institute offers seven days of intensive, interactive learning alongside 15 members of the "next-gen" Leadership ICMA Class. The curriculum, designed by the faculty at UVA's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service and Felicia Logan, ICMA's Director of Leadership Development, is varied.
As a participant in the program, you will have ample opportunity to hone skills and test strategies that can help you build a high performance organization. If you have made the commitment to your career in local government, you should consider attending ICMA SEI Leadership Institute. You'll take away these important benefits:
- Extensive peer-level and “next gen” communication. Increase networking and mentoring opportunities as a result of participating in SEI events.
- Expanded knowledge. Gain in-depth insights into every aspect of local government leadership and management.
- Professional recognition. Peers, staff, and local government leaders all value the SEI certification designation.
Who is Right for the Program
SEI is designed specifically for senior local government managers, and is held at the University of Virginia’s (UVA) renowned Colgate Darden School of Business. The curriculum, designed by the faculty at UVA's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, is varied, and the faculty well-grounded in the needs and concerns of the top local government executive.
This institute can fulfill your annual professional development requirements as outlined in the guidelines for Tenet 8 of the ICMA Code of Ethics.