Talent Plus (R) Announces Leadership Plus 2017 Cohort

September 13, 2016 No comments | Back To Home

(Lincoln, Nebr.) – Recognized as #2 by 2015 Leadership 500 Awards for exceptional Leadership Development Programs, Talent Plus’ high-potential leadership experience, Leadership Plus is now open for registration. Join us for our second cohort beginning in July 2017 meant to hone and develop talent and leadership skills to their maximum capacity.

This program is intended as a high-caliber leadership development opportunity for leaders, or for those senior leaders who are mentoring a young leader they would like to nominate.

This year-long, dynamic leadership development cohort equips you with an experience that stretches you toward your true potential. Participants will come together four times throughout the year for intensive learning sessions along the west coast. Leaders in this program will accelerate their growth through focusing on:
+ Personal Leadership Brand
+ Team Dynamics
+ The Organization
+ A Legacy

Former Vice Chairman and Board Member of Towne Park, David Nichols, will keynote the July session. The 2017 session dates and locations for this program are:
+ July 19 – 22, 2017 – Portland, OR
+ October 18 – 21, 2017 – San Diego, CA
+ January 24 – 27, 2018 – Scottsdale, AZ
+ March 21 – 24, 2018 – San Antonio, TX

Develop the talents needed to really succeed and bring growth to your organization with Leadership Plus. To learn more or apply, visit http://go.talentplus.com/LeadershipPlus2017, or call 1.800.VARSITY.

Talent Plus, Inc. is the Leading Talent Assessment Partner (R) in the industry and an internationally recognized management consulting firm with over 300 clients in 20 countries delivering interviews in more than 20 languages. Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, Talent Plus also has an office in Singapore. For more information, please visit www.talentplus.com.

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