Wednesday, June 19, 2013
CMIT Senior Level Leadership Development Program gets New Look
The Senior Level Leadership Development Program is based on a collaborative effort with Sam Houston State University, Sonoma State University, the Vera Institute of Justice, and the Correctional Management Institute of Texas. The program is sculpted to capture and present significant insight and knowledge into the understanding, recognition, and impact of senior level decision making with an emphasis on applying Strategic/Critical based thinking with a core focus on a fundamental platform of principles. A truly important and often discounted or ignored aspect of senior level development is the economic side or financial purse associated with decision making. Although most of the program is not a “finance class” it will introduce senior level leadership to the understanding and application value of Cost Benefit Analysis and why potentially the upward mobility opportunity of senior level leadership can hinge on it.
The week long training program is truly unique and different from any other senior leadership development program currently being offered.
The program has been limited to 24 nominated participants from Adult and Juvenile Probation Departments, Sheriff’s Departments/County Jails, Adult Parole and State Adult and Juvenile Prisons from around the state of Texas. The selected participants are all currently in a Senior Level Leadership position or leadership that has the potential to be promoted into a Senior Level Leadership role.
All of the nominees were endorsed by their Directors, Sheriffs or Chiefs with no intentions of retiring from their agency within the next two years.
Our next program is scheduled for August 25-30, 2013. Nominations will be acception through Friday, June 28, 2013.
The next two programs are scheduled for February 23-28, 2014 and Juny 13-18, 2014.
Posted by Natalie Payne at 12:25 PM