Leader to Leader Program enrollment open through Sept. 30

Leaders in the MIT community encouraged to apply for the 2016 Leader to Leader (L2L) fellowship program.


L2L is a unique leadership development program for leaders from the MIT community. Over the course of this 12-month program, L2L Fellows partner with senior leaders and MIT faculty in a proactive and systematic effort to build MIT’s internal leadership talent. L2L offers both a theoretical leadership framework and hands-on leadership experiences. Fellows build skills through workshops, multi-rater assessments, individual development plans, executive coaching, and strategic projects.
 
Underlying Leader to Leader is the belief that leadership development is a shared responsibility, a partnership between the Institute and the L2L Fellows. Thus leadership skills are developed within the context of MIT’s culture, aligning with the strategic needs of the Institute.

L2L is intended for people at MIT who have formal or informal responsibilities for leading organizations and/or change initiatives. Applicants typically have experience leading people to bring about change, are currently in a role at MIT that involves leading change, are open to feedback, reflection, and the hard work involved in participating fully in all aspects of L2L, and have the support of the leader(s) in their organization for their leadership development

For more information, and to apply, visit hrweb.mit.edu/l2l/apply. Applications must be completed by Sept. 30. The 2016 L2L Fellows will be announced in October.
 


Topics: Community, Human Resources, Leadership

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