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    Introduction

    The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is designed to provide emerging leaders with a broader strategic understanding of: the myriad of functions performed by the offices across Yeshiva University; the challenges faced at the University; and by higher education. Employees participating in the LDP will gain awareness of and develop their leadership characteristics to prepare them to be high performing contributors that lead, manage and empower others.



    Goals
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    • Serve to acknowledge and reward performance

    • Demonstrate the University’s commitment to and investment in the
      development of high potential staff

    • Identify and prepare future leaders to tackle expanded and/or new
       roles within the University

    • Enhance skills in communication, collaborative leadership and
      facilitating multi-stakeholder processes

    • Deepen knowledge of the University’s structure, mission and vision

    • Increase knowledge about higher education issues from local and
      national perspectives



    Benefits to the Participant
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    • Increase self and global awareness as a leader

    • Gain mastery of tools and strategies for addressing organizational
       problems

    • Increase effectiveness in working with others toward strategic
      goals

    • Enhance strategic thinking and goal development

    • Improve individual leadership skill set



    Benefits to the University
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    • Retention of high-potential employees

    • Improve cross-organizational communication and networking
      among key employees

    • Skilled leaders equipped to successfully manage people and
      University operations

    • Succession of practiced leaders



    LDP Opportunities
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    There are two current distinct opportunities for participants:
    • Leading for Organizational Success

    • Managing Strategic Process Change

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