ICELA’s programs utilize a unique action learning curriculum that moves lessons of leadership from the classroom into on-the-job application at each Fellow’s home institution.
Learning Communities facilitate network building, foster team building skills, peer consultation, and listening.
Interviews with executive leaders at the Fellow’s institution support understanding of financial and change strategy, higher education institutional structure and function, and challenges of leadership career development.
Institutional Action Projects on topics of interest to the fellows and their institutional leaders open doors for contribution and visibility as a leader and enhance skills of project development and strategy execution.
Leadership development plans use reflective analysis and 360° feedback from peers, staff, and supervisors to increase personal and professional effectiveness.
Conversations on Leadership/Meet the Leaders sessions provide an opportunity for Fellows to engage in candid, moderated discussions with nationally recognized men and women from academia on topics important to emerging leaders.
Leaders Forum joins together institutional leaders and Fellows for a two-day exploration of the Fellows’ Institutional Action Projects as the capstone to the fellowship program.
Learn more about ELAM’s curriculum.
Learn more about ELATE at Drexel’s curriculum.