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The 2024 Superintendent/Principal Preparation Institute (SPPI)

An inaugural program based on highly effective Principal/Superintendent Academies and taught by highly effective previous and current superintendents!

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The 2024 Superintendent/Principal Preparation Institute (SPPI)
The 2024 Superintendent/Principal Preparation Institute (SPPI)

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Mar 02, 2024, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM



About the Event

The Leadership Institute of Nevada (LION) & The Nevada Association of School Administrators (NASA) bring to you:

The 2024 Superintendent/Principal Preparation Institute (SPPI)!


SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED for any current licensed professional in a non-classroom based leadership position or administrative leader aspiring to the principalship, superintendency, and/or central office administrative positions leading a division or department.

This program will teach participants how too:

Get the job they want

Do the job well

Execute optimal performance as an instructional and community leader!


Keep the job!!!

An inaugural program based on HIGHLY EFFECTIVE Principal/Superintendent Academies AND TAUGHT BY HIGHLY EFFECTIVE previous and current superintendents!

Held 100% Virtual

March 2, 2024 - May 4, 2024

Dates and times below

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NOVEMBER 10, 2023:

NASA MEMBERS or LION/PEF Leadership Institute Alumni


NON-NASA MEMBERS or Non-LION/PEF Leadership Alumni




SPPI was created to prepare new leaders, address the looming leadership deficit, and to provide a focused supplement to traditional leadership training and certification programs. Participants learn from phenomenally successful superintendents and executives and will build a strong cohort of future districtleaders by providing them with the most current and relevant training and ongoing support as they search for leadership opportunities.

SPPI is designed for four groups:

  1. Those who know that they want to be a district leader.
  2. Those who are discerning if they want to be a district leader.
  3. Those who are looking for quality professional development find it harder and harder to find it, especiallyafter they have moved to positions higher than the principalship.
  4. A district could send their entire senior leadership team as part of their strategy to help leaders grow.
  5. Early- and Mid-Career Professionals, Veteran and New leaders, and Early-Stage or Aspiring Leaders will benefit from participation in SPPI.

Learning Objectives: Participants will have the opportunity to explore and enhance their knowledge about:

  • Career Mapping and Pursuing Leadership Role
  • Aligned Systems to Increase Student Achievement and close achievement gaps in schools and School Districts
  • Governance Structure, Board Relations, and Power Mapping
  • Resume and Interview Success Tips
  • Effective Steps of Team Building and Community Relations
  • A Balanced Accountability System for Themselves, and Their Team

Program Specifics and Logistics: The SPPI includes 90 hours of required programming inclusive of independent/group reflections and assignments.

In this virtual institute, participants will gain the knowledge and skills of essential leadership roles and responsibilities necessary for optimal success. Current relevant and rigorous leadership core competencies will be addressed giving participants the opportunity to reflect, disseminate research-based knowledge related to effective educational leadership behaviors and skills.

SPPI will also give participants the opportunity to understand your motivational drivers, emotional intelligence, and communication methods to establish a personal leadership style, and apply or adapt your leadership style to meet specific challenges. Information on how to manage the conditions that drive team performance, coach colleagues and share feedback in ways that enable them to develop and deliver.


Dr. Robert M. Avossa

In January of 2020 Dr. Avossa launched K-12 Leadership Matters ( As an executive consultant he has been supporting school districts across the country to improve outcomes for kids while driving efficiencies that lead to further investment with the most fragile children.  Dr. Avossa spent 25 years as a teacher, principal, executive leader, and school superintendent in Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia. Robert ended his career in public education as school superintendent of Palm Beach County Schools, the 10th largest district in the country with a student enrollment of nearly 200,000 students. The annual budget exceeded $2.5 billion, and the district employed nearly 25,000 employees.

The District made rapid gains in student achievement under Dr. Avossa’s leadership. For the first time in many years, Palm Beach County had NO “F” rated schools and earned an overall district rating of A from the Florida Department of Education. The District outperformed all other Florida large urban districts by ranking first or second in state accountability categories for English Language Arts, Science, Math, Civics, and U.S. History. In total, 61% of all Palm Beach County schools were rated “A” or “B” schools. Additionally, he served the Atlanta Metro community as superintendent of Fulton County Schools for five years.  Fulton was the highest performing large districts in the state of Georgia and their graduation rates, SAT, ACT, and AP pass rates increased in each of his year as superintendent Dr. Avossa is a Broad Academy Fellow and a member of Chiefs for Change, an esteemed network of state and district education chiefs. He has served locally on the boards for the American Heart Association and Center for Creative Education, and he speaks nationally on education issues.

Jhone M. Ebert

Anyone who has worked with her can attest that Jhone M. Ebert brings a heart for equity, a collaborative spirit, and transformative leadership to everything she does. She puts these qualities to work each day in her role as State Superintendent of Public Instruction for Nevada.

Since taking the reins as the chief state school officer for Nevada in 2019, Ms. Ebert has worked tirelessly on behalf of Nevada’s nearly 500,000 students and its 750 schools. She was appointed in April 2019 by Governor Sisolak, who regards her as a change leader and “the best person to set Nevada students up for success.”

An equity champion, Ms. Ebert has rooted her career in the belief that the work is unfinished until every single child has a clear pathway to thrive in school and life. As State Superintendent of Public Instruction, her proudest accomplishment is Nevada’s innovative and responsive COVID-19 recovery efforts, which enabled Nevada’s districts to successfully adapt to deliver distance education and prepare for safe school re-openings. Under her direction, Nevada became the first state nationally to ensure every student participating in distance learning had internet connection and a learning-ready device. During this time of upheaval, Ms. Ebert prioritized providing support and flexibility to districts and schools, while ensuring that all students received the services they need, including nutrition services, special education interventions, English learner supports, professional development for teachers, as well as social-emotional and mental health supports and resources for all community members.

During her time leading Nevada’s Department of Education, other notable accomplishments include the overhaul of Nevada’s 54-year-old education funding formula, which has been replaced with a student- centered approach that allocates resources more equitably while ensuring flexibility for districts and schools. This work, as well as the pandemic crisis response, would not be possible without the knowledge gained and trusting relationships built during her 2019 Statewide Listening Tour, during which she visited with students, staff, families, and community members in all 17 school districts and the State Public Charter School Authority.

Ms. Ebert has a proven record of successfully working in large, diverse, and politically challenging school systems. From 2015 to 2019, as the Senior Deputy Commissioner for P-20 Education Policy for New York State, Ms. Ebert was the ranking policy advisor to the state commissioner and Board of Regents. She led policymaking and programs affecting teaching and learning from early childhood through postsecondary education. During her tenure in New York, overall academic performance improved statewide, achievement gaps narrowed, and graduation rates increased.

Prior to her time in New York, Ms. Ebert held various leadership positions in the Clark County School District (CCSD) over 25 years, most recently in the roles of Chief Innovation and Productivity Officer and Chief Technology Officer. In her work at CCSD, the fifth largest school district in the nation, Ms. Ebert provided oversight of nationally recognized magnet school programs, as well as leadership, guidance, and support for magnet school principals. As a result of her work, student participation in technology- based instruction increased from 68 students in 1998 to well over 68,000 in 2015 and she inspired the adoption of the 1:1 computing program that currently serves Nevada’s middle schools.

Ms. Ebert is a life-long learner and has always been passionate about the power of public education to change lives. If not for the opportunities that school afforded her, her own journey would have been much different. From her start as a mathematics teacher in CCSD, Ms. Ebert has prioritized the power of integrating technology in the classroom and the belief that each and every student deserves the opportunity to thrive. As classrooms continue to grow more diverse, Ms. Ebert believes it is critically important that students have access to adults who not only look like them, but whose personal histories exemplify the power of schools to change lives.

Ms. Ebert’s honors include the International Society for Technology in Education’s 2020 Annual Impact Award, the National School Boards Association’s Technology Leadership Network 20 to Watch, the CCSD Excellence in Education Hall of Fame Award, the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, and the Fulbright-Hayes Program scholarship. She received her Master of Education in Instructional and Curricular Studies from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and her Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from California State University, Fresno.

Dr. Peter Gorman:

Dr. Peter Gorman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Peter Gorman Leadership Associates LLC, has been recognized nationally as an education leader and for developing outstanding leadership teams with more than 30 years of experience in education and business. He provides executive support and organizational development for superintendents, senior leadership teams, and school boards across America. He also assists philanthropic organizations and education companies.

He is the author of the book “Leading a School District Requires Clarity, Context, and Candor: An Aligned System to Increase Student Achievement at Scale” and was contributing editor of “Board & Administrator” where he wrote the lead column monthly.

Along with his responsibilities at Peter Gorman Leadership Associates, Dr. Gorman is Chief in residence with Chiefs For Change guiding the Future Chiefs program working to build a pipeline of “Future Chiefs” for states and districts. There are 28 Future Chiefs who have become Chiefs with 18 leaders currently leading district and state systems that impact 2.91million students, 199,000 teachers, and 4,900 schools, and oversee over $34.2 billion in annual budgets. Of all Future Chiefs, 53% have become a Chief, 82% of Future Chiefs who have become Chiefs have been leaders of color, and 52% of Future Chiefs who have become Chiefs have been women.

Dr. Gorman’s career began as a second-grade teacher in Orlando, Florida. He worked as a teacher, principal, and district-level administrator in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties in Florida before becoming superintendent of schools in Tustin, California. In 2006, Dr. Gorman became superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina. Under his leadership, the district won the 2011 Broad Prize in Urban Education, which recognizes increases in student achievement and closing of achievement gaps. Twenty-one members of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Leadership Team during his tenure have been appointed as superintendents nationally.

The book “Within Reach, Leadership Lessons in School Reform” chronicles his time with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and four other books reviewed aspects of his tenure along with numerous articles, research studies, and case studies. He then transitioned to the corporate world working as Executive Vice President of Education Services for Amplify, a division of News Corp, leading nearly 100 team members in the Government Relations, Marketing and Sales areas.

Dr. Gorman graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. He also holds a master’s in business administration from Rollins College and a master’s and doctorate in education leadership from the University of Central Florida.


Dr. Jharrett Bryantt

Dr. Jharrett Bryantt is in his second year serving Anchorage Public Schools as superintendent. Bryantt began his education career as a high school mathematics teacher. In 2019, he was named to Forbes Magazine’s 30 education leaders to watch, and then to Forbes’ 2021 national list of 50 champions for advancing communities of color.

Bryantt is an alumnus of the Cooperative Superintendency Program at the University of Texas at Austin, and also completed numerous national future superintendent fellowships. He holds doctoral and master’s degrees in education leadership and policy from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Bachelor of Science from Yale University.

Dr. Margaret Crespo

Dr. Margaret Crespo is the Laramie County School District 1, Wyoming, Superintendent of Schools and first Latina and woman to hold the role. She began her education career 30 years ago in northern New Jersey. She served as a teacher in Jersey City, New Jersey, before moving to Dysart School District in Surprise, Arizona, where she served as a counselor, Assistant High School Principal, Interim Community Resources Director/Planning Principal and High School Principal. In Phoenix, Arizona, she became Director of Curriculum for Anytown Arizona. In 2007 she was hired as Principal at Heath and John Evans Middle Schools in Weld School District 6, in Greeley, Colorado. Next, she served as Director of Secondary Services, Executive Director of Secondary Services and Chief Academic Officer/Chief Operations Officer for Thompson School District in Loveland, Colorado. She joined Boulder Valley School District in 2018, where she served as Assistant Superintendent, Secondary. Crespo was then hired as Area Superintendent, Southwest before assuming her role at LCSD1. Crespo serves as an adjunct professor at Argosy University, University of Northern Colorado and University of Northern Arizona, and has served on numerous boards and councils throughout her career. She holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and history, and a master’s degree in counseling from Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey. She also holds a doctorate in educational leadership and policy studies from Arizona State University.

Dr. Stephanie D. Howard

Dr. Stephanie D. Howard joined Midland Independent School District as the Superintendent of Schools on January 3, 2023. She is beginning her 29th year in education and her first full year back in Midland ISD. Prior to joining the team in Midland ISD, she served as the superintendent in Crane ISD where the district improved from a D rating in 2019 to a B rating (85) in 2022. She also was the deputy superintendent for Ector County ISD where she led the following divisions and departments: Leadership Division (over all schools), Human Capital (Human Resources and Talent Development), District Operations, and Athletics. Prior to returning to ECISD in 2018, she was the superintendent in Plains ISD. Before being selected as the superintendent for Plains ISD, she served as the Executive Director for Curriculum and Instruction in Ector County ISD. In this position, Dr. Howard oversaw the curriculum and instruction components of the district for students in grades Pre-K through 12 in math, science, and languages other than English. She also supervised the 38 instructional coaches.

Prior to the high school principal position, Stephanie was the principal at San Jacinto Junior High School for three years. She served as an instructional services director and assistant principal for four years before she became a principal. The first year in Midland ISD, Stephanie taught communication courses at Midland High School and coached the debate team. Before moving to Midland to pursue a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, Stephanie taught English and communications, coached cross country, basketball, track, and served as the high school cheer sponsor in Stanton.

Dr. Howard earned her Doctoral Degree from the University of Texas San Antonio in May 2014. She earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and holds a principal and superintendent certification in the State of Texas. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English and communications from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas in 1995.  She and her husband, James, who is the Fire Marshal for the City of Midland, have been married 30 years and have two daughters, Raeley (sophomore at West Texas A & M University) and Corley (8th grade).

Dr. Scott Muri

Dr. Scott Muri serves as the Superintendent of the Ector County Independent School District in Odessa, Texas since 2019. Before that, he was the superintendent of Spring Branch Independent School District in Houston, a position he held for four years. Prior to taking over at Spring Branch ISD, Dr. Muri served as the Deputy Superintendent of Academics in Fulton County Schools in Atlanta, Georgia, a very large school district with 96,000 students and 100 campuses.

Before joining FCS in Atlanta, Dr. Muri spent five years with another large school district, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in Charlotte, North Carolina. His roles included Area Superintendent, Zone Superintendent, and Chief Information Officer overseeing research and evaluation, along with technology infrastructure and instructional technology innovation.

Dr. Muri’s educational experience includes time as an elementary school teacher, a middle school math/science teacher, an instructional technology specialist, and high school work as a dean of students, assistant principal and principal. Throughout his career, Dr. Muri has demonstrated a passion and ability for leading change, improving organizational effectiveness, and significantly improving student achievement and closing achievement gaps. With a focus on working cooperatively with all community groups, Dr. Muri creates a positive and effective teaching and learning environment.

Dr. Frank Rodriguez

Prior to beginning his tenure as Beaufort County School District, South Carolina Superintendent, Dr. Rodriguez spent 26 years serving the South Florida education community in a variety of capacities: as a secondary Social Studies teacher; as a program coordinator for the Florida Department of Education; and in the Palm Beach County schools as an elementary and secondary principal, Area Director of Transformation Schools, Assistant Superintendent over six district departments, Area Superintendent and as a Regional Superintendent. Dr. Rodriguez lives in Beaufort County with his wife and their two children.

Dr. Gyimah Whitaker

Gyimah Whitaker, Ed.D. began her tenure as superintendent of the City Schools of Decatur (CSD), Georgia on July 1, 2023. An engaging and experienced leader, Dr. Whitaker has more than two decades of leadership experience, including serving as deputy chief academic officer for Fulton County Schools, where she supervised the assistant superintendents of Student Support Services and Learning and Teaching and oversaw a budget of $48M in general funds, $61M in federal funds, and $47M in ESSR funds. Her previous leadership experience includes serving as an area superintendent and executive director. She also held progressive leadership roles in Atlanta Public Schools as an area superintendent and coordinator of Gifted and Talented Services.

Dr. Whitaker is highly accomplished in developing and overseeing innovative instructional programs; diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives; community engagement and communications; and system-wide budgets. Her career trajectory continues toward improving access to excellent educational experiences and being a change agent for academic systems.

As superintendent of CSD, Dr. Whitaker will consistently focus on improving student outcomes by establishing an instructional infrastructure around high-quality literacy instruction. She will steward the district’s strategic plan of advancing racial equity, accelerating student learning, and building a positive culture and climate. Her focus will also be on engaging and leveraging the talents of all stakeholders toward refining district practices and making our district greater.

Dr. Whitaker earned a Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies and a Master of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Pennsylvania. She also has a doctoral degree from Georgia State University in Educational Leadership and Administration.

She is a native of West Philadelphia, a proud wife, and the mother to two children.

Dr. Whitaker is driven by the belief in a quality education for each student. Her core leadership beliefs are that equity is the vehicle to excellence, leadership matters, and engagement inspires. Guided by these values, she will ensure that CSD reaches an even higher level of brilliance.

Dr. Mario Willis

Dr. Willis is in his seventh year as the Superintendent of the Hollandale School District located in Hollandale located in the Delta Region of Mississippi.

Dr. Willis has an unyielding belief that every child has the potential to achieve at high levels. He believes that hard work, consistency, high expectations, and accountability provide students with the optimal environment to experience success.

Dr. Willis has demonstrated his commitment to children and education by serving as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal. Dr. Willis has worked on all educational levels in rural, suburban, and urban settings. Most recently, Dr. Willis served as Principal of Trezevant High School in Memphis, TN.

Dr. Willis was instilled with strong educational values, and he has worked to develop his strong foundation in education. Mr. Willis holds a Bachelor’s and master’s from Alcorn State University. He also holds an Ed.S. and Ed. D. from Delta State University. In addition, Dr. Willis is a 2008 graduate of New Leaders for New Schools, 2015 Relay Graduate School of Education graduate of the National Principal Academy Fellowship, and a 2016 Mississippi School Boards Association graduate of the Prospective Superintendent Leadership Academy.



March 2 - May 4, 2024

All VIRTUAL Times are Pacific Standard Time

Week 1. Introduction, Expectations and Session I

Saturday, March 2, 2024

9:00 AM- 5:00 PM (Virtual)

Lunch - 12:00 PM

  • Welcome, Introduction, and Expectations
  • Review of SPPI Agenda & Expectation
  • SPPI Session Presenters
  • Jhone Ebert, NV State Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Dr. Peter Gorman, President of Peter Gorman Leadership Associates LLC and Former Superintendent, Charlotte- Mecklenburg School System, Charlotte, N.C.
  • Dr. Robert Avossa, Executive Consultant and Former Superintendent, Palm Beach County, Palm Beach, Florida
  • SPPI Session Topics Part I:
  • Leadership Matters- Research shows that district leaders have a direct impact on student achievement. This session will focus on how district leaders impact achievement, and growth for students.
  • Career Mapping- Participants will learn how to develop a personalized career map to determine the progression of steps needed to obtain a desired leadership position.
  • Independent work assignment
  • Develop a career map
  • Small group work assignment
  • Share career maps and and get feedback
  • Researching the Right Fit Job(s) -This session will focus on how to determine the right position/job for you. Participants will be exposed to tools to use in exploring potential opportunities that are the best fit to work in for their leadership style.
  • SPPI Session Topics Part II:
  • The Search Process- The focus for this session is to assist participants with understanding the elements utilized in most searches and how to best be prepared to traverse the process.
  • Cover Letters, Resumes and References- This session will address the most common errors made when submitting resumes, cover letters, and listing references. There is not only one format for effective cover letters, resumes, and references but there are best practices to utilize in shaping a candidate’s materials. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the best practices.
  • Independent work assignment
  • Develop themes for cover letter
  • Develop themes for resume and research data
  • Develop prospects for references
  • Small group work assignment
  • Share cover letter themes and get feedback
  • Share resume themes and get feedback
  • Share reference prospects
  • Group reflection to discuss and review.

Week 2. Session II

4:00 PM- 7:30 PM (Virtual)

Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

  • Review Session I
  • SPPI Session Topics:
  • Fierce Urgency- Part of being a leader is having the will to work on personal growth and improving yourself constantly. Other qualities are increasingly important for leaders: creativity, innovation, constant learning and teamwork is crucial for the 21st Century leader. Leaders must demand results now but also demand innovations, be robust in that they excel in all contexts and for all learners.
  • Aligned System to Increase Student Achievement at Scale- School districts that have most successfully increased student achievement at scale have elements that are aligned so that one element supports and compounds the others. This session will focus on how to do this as an educational leader.
  • Leadership Story – This session will focus on why it is crucial for leaders to follow people who can tell a compelling story about the future. Followership is one of the most challenging tasks leaders must tackle. Unfortunately, many leader do not learn how to lead at following. When leaders do not follow or learn the art of followership, they will miss out on influence impact.
  • Loose- Tight Leadership – Participants will have the opportunity to determine what is tight and what is loose to enhance learning agility. The session will also address discovering your authenticity to inspire and empower others.
  • Independent work assignment
  • Refine beliefs, vision mission and theory of action
  • Develop themes for leadership story
  • Small group work assignment
  • Share beliefs, vision mission and theory of action and get feedback
  • Share leadership story themes and get feedback
  • Group reflection to discuss and review.

Week 3. Session III

4:00 PM- 7:30 PM (Virtual)

Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

  • Review Session II
  • SPPI Session Topics:
  • Successful Governance Teams- A superintendent is only as effective as the board/superintendent governance team is. This session will focus on the following:
  • Power Mapping: A strategy to determine who has power and when they are likely to utilize it allows you to effectively plan.
  • Effective Board Meetings: Board meetings are effective if there are strategic systems and process to ensure agenda items timely, well planned, and broadly communicated.
  • After Action Review: Effective school districts have a system to learn from experiences repeating what worked well and improving areas of weakness.
  • Independent Small Focus Group Assignments- Participants will work together in small groups to:
  • Resume & Interview Practice
  • Create cover letters, resume, reference list and leadership story.
  • Independent work assignment
  • Create a power map for a complex situation at work
  • Conduct an after action review for a complex situation at work
  • Small group work assignment
  • Share power map and get feedback
  • Share after action review and get feedback

Week 4. Session IV

4:00 PM- 7:30 PM (Virtual)

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

  • Review Session III and Small Group Share/Reflection
  • SPPI Session Topics:
  • Interview Preparation- Participants will receive valuable and relevant techniques to prepare for and feel comfortable and confident in an interview while successfully answering interview questions
  • Balanced Accountability System- This session will focus on the importance of continuous improvement and having a system in place for accountability. Accountability is important in leadership because it will ensure you, and your team work towards a common goal and that commitments are honored and completed.
  • Leadership Evaluation- Leadership evaluation is the framework for gathering and making sense of information to help you assess the success of leadership development efforts and to make sound decisions. In this session, participants will explore research about effective feedback techniques via the approach of reciprocal accountability.
  • Providing Psychological Safety- The most effective team environments operate in the learning zone that has a balance of psychological safety and performance pressure. This session will also address the importance of psychological and how to enhance a work environment that is safe, and secure.
  • Independent Work
  • Develop responses to interview preparation questions
  • Finalize cover letter, resume, references, and leadership stories
  • Small group work
  • Share interview preparation question responses and get feedback
  • Group reflection to discuss and review.

Week 5. Session V

4:00 PM- 7:30 PM (Virtual)

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

  • Review Session IV
  • SPPI Session Topics:
  • The Importance of Coaching- Participants will review research on coaching and the role of an effective leader to coach others empowering them to grow, and reach their full potential.
  • Group reflection to discuss and review.

Week 6. Session VI

4:00 PM- 7:30 PM (Virtual)

Tuesday, April 30, 2024


9:00 AM- 5:00 PM  (Virtual)

Saturday, May 2, 2024

Location- Las Vegas, NV- TBD

  • Review Session IV
  • SPPI Session Topics on 4.30.2024 (Virtual):
  • The Making of a Corporate Athlete- This session will focus on the physical, mental, and emotional requirement of becoming a highly effective corporate leader. Participant will receive information with a focus on the following:
  • Solitude And Leadership
  • Personal Demands
  • Social-emotional and emotional intelligence
  • SPPI Session Topics on 5.2.2024 (Virtual)
  • Modeling, Practice and Reflection- This session will focus on the techniques and content shared throughout the SPPI. Participants will  demonstrate understanding of the following concepts:
  • Mock Interviews- Practice interviewing in a simulated experience
  • Entry Plans- Review and colleague networking of plans
  • Leadership Story- Participants will share in small focus group a compelling story about their future and why they are an effective leader, and why others should follow them.
  • Virtual Awards Ceremony AND/OR possible Live Reception/Awards Ceremony - TBD


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