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New York City Housing Authority Emerging Leaders

Program I

Objective: Provide the conceptual and practical skills needed to better analyze, manage, and evaluate effective public sector programs while fostering personal and professional growth

Participants:  Mid-level managers

Duration: 15 weeks, full-day sessions once a week including one capstone session

Teaching Areas: Housing policy, management and leadership, budgeting and finance, Communications, intergovernmental relations, professional development, strategic planning, performance measurement, and customer service excellence.

Outcome: Developed understanding and ability to effectively manage and lead in the public

Program II

Objective: Provide rigorous training and in-depth experience in leadership and management

Participants: Senior managers

Duration: 1 week, 7 full-day sessions

Teaching Areas: Adaptive leadership strategies, NYCHA leadership challenges and context, goal setting, problem solving, strategic planning, finance, communications, organizational culture, and customer service excellence

Outcome: Strengthened ability to lead and manage change within NYCHA and any governmental or large nonprofit organization

 

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