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Pathways to Executive Leadership
Core skills that build critical business acumen and
personal influence for successful firm leadership
Close the Training Gap
This popular intensive leadership program is for mid-career engineers who are beginning to lead their firms and think strategically about their careers, but need guidance.
LEARN BY DOING
Personal, hands-on learning prepares engineering professionals to lead effectively.
Taught by leading AE experts in firm leadership development.
Program Core Faculty
ACEC member executives and other speakers from the AE industry will also participate live online and in-person.
Building leadership skills step-by-step; creating a path to satisfy high-level client and firm expectations.
FIRM VALUE & SUSTAINABILITY
Developing long-term financial value; creating a sustainable business based in a positive and healthy work culture.
Improving firm agility to respond to market changes; understanding political influence and advocacy.
The Pathways to Executive Leadership curriculum also focuses on engagement and relationship building, team effectiveness, and nurturing client trust and confidence. Attendees will also enjoy:
Connecting with the leaders of the A/E/C industry at ACEC’s Spring and Fall national conferences.
Joining state member organizations to lobby our nation’s representatives on Capitol Hill.
Geordie Aitken, Emerging Leaders Training & Inspired Innovator
Geordie is an internationally recognized expert in developing personal mastery with technically-trained professionals. With his dynamic style and mastery of group learning environments, Geordie has helped AE firms build leaders for over 16 years.
Rod Hoffman, Defining Leadership Development & Change Agent
Rod is CEO and co-founder of S&H Consulting, and offers over 30 years of engineering consulting expertise. Through his current work as faculty member of ACEC's Senior Executive Institute (SEI), Rod brings new insights into national and international trends and best practices.
1015 15th Street NW, 8th Floor,
Washington, DC 20005
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Next class begins October 2017.
Seats are filling fast. Limited to 25.
Gain the practical skills and in-depth knowledge that's needed to be successful.