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Published: December 10, 2019

Innovative Leadership Program to Run Jan. 21 to May 5

The Modern Advances in Leadership certificate program, run by The University of Tampa’s Sykes College of Business TECO Energy Center for Leadership, is an innovative program to refresh, re-equip or advance leadership skills for individuals and organizations. The program runs from Jan. 21 to May 5 from 6-9 p.m. on select Tuesdays.


Interested participants should register by Friday, Jan. 17, at www.ut.edu/cfl/leadershipdevelopment.

The program is open to UT graduate students and beginning to mid-level professionals in the business world with three or more years of experience. Students in the program will learn to:

  • Sharpen leadership acumen
  • Improve leadership mindset
  • Enhance negotiation skills
  • Develop entrepreneurial leadership spirit
  • Discover their potential through team leadership
  • Understand the contextual factors in the workplace

The program also includes three complimentary leadership coaching sessions by professionals for each participant.

Early-bird registration is available for a limited time with tuition of $1,350. General registration tuition is $1,500 and nonprofit organization registration is $1,350. Interested participants should register by Friday, Jan. 17, at www.ut.edu/cfl/leadershipdevelopment. UT graduate students should register via SpartanWeb.

For additional information, go to www.ut.edu/cfl/leadershipdevelopment. For questions, contact Whitney Ortiz, coordinator of the Sykes College of Business operations, at (813) 257-3782 or wortiz@ut.edu.


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