Meeting dates in 2020: February 12, March 18, April 15, June 17, July 15, August 19, September 16, October 21, November 11, and December 9.
How does the Leadership Institute work?
This MNLA learning experience cultivates leadership skills in your key staff by incorporating highly interactive exercises, discussions, lecture-style learning, and project-based activities and sessions. Using these multiple learning methods creates a rich adult-learning environment and increases takeaways for each person. The sessions focus on personal development through key soft skill topics. All the soft skills are taught this way:
The concepts are taught first.
Then, the facilitators zero in on exercises that make the student aware of who they are and how they affect others.
Industry leaders are brought in to share their own personal development stories and company best practices.
Tools and tips are always offered that the students take away and can use immediately back at the work place. Some are even required "homework" between sessions.
The Green Industry Leadership Institute will prepare your employee to take a stronger and more confident leadership role in your company.
What is the potential return on investment?
The program includes tangible takeaways for the sponsoring business. This is found in the students engaging in improving processes and strategies, and more specifically via their project, which is meant to improve their company in a meaningful way. Note that these are projects that affect the entire company, not small individual projects that only help the student get their own tasks done. The process of choosing and developing the project includes several rounds of feedback from the facilitator and fellow students. Students will also develop a network of peer advisors to engage with as they grow and advance in their career.
The program fee is $1,300, which includes all sessions, materials, dinner at each session, and a ticket to the Green Industry Awards Celebration where each successful participant will receive a certificate of completion.
MNLA will only accept a limited number of participants into each program.
Successful candidates journey together for one year, meeting once a month (except May) between February and December.
Sessions take place from 3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Supper will be served during all meetings.
Facilitators and Core Instructors
The Resultants, a non-traditional business advisory firm, provides our professional facilitators and core curriculum instructors. The Resultants work with action-oriented leaders, helping them to eliminate frustrations, achieve breakthrough growth, and maximize the value of their company. The Resultants facilitators have a background in the green industry, which gives them insight into the unique challenges we face in our MNLA companies.
Have more questions about this program? Contact MNLA Communications Director Jon Horsman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-633-4987.