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Leader to Leader application deadline is Sept. 30

Applications for the 2008 Leader to Leader Program are due Sept. 30.

L2L is a unique leadership development program for leaders from the MIT community. L2L Fellows partner with senior leaders and MIT faculty in a proactive and systematic effort to build MIT's internal leadership capability.

L2L is a twelve-month program, offering both a theoretical leadership framework and hands-on leadership experiences. Working with current senior MIT leaders and faculty, L2L Fellows build skills through conversations, workshops and presentations. L2L Fellows attend these workshops every 5 to 6 weeks.

The program brings employees, senior administrators and faculty together over the course of a year to build MIT's internal leadership capability. Any employee or faculty member may apply. Faculty interested in participating may contact the provost's office. Other employees can apply online at web.mit.edu/hr/oed/l2l. For more information, contact Kimberly Nyce, program administrator, at knyce@mit.edu or x8-0401.

To learn more about L2L go to: web.mit.edu/hr/oed/l2l.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on September 12, 2007 (download PDF).

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