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Who Should Attend?

 
Here are some tips on who should attend the Leadership Training Conference:

  • Industry and Government Agencies: Rising or current middle management (or equivalent) with demonstrated potential for upper level/executive management. Rising or current technical staff leaders (e.g., Associate Research Consultant, Research Specialist, etc.) with the demonstrated potential for corporate fellow (or equivalent) and/or Technical Society/National Academy Fellow.
  • Universities (i.e., professors): Six or more years of experience (including leading research groups or centers) with aspirations for university leadership positions (Department Chair, Dean or higher) and/or demonstrated potential for Technical Society/National Academy Fellow.
  • A Record of Achievement: This includes individual contributions (e.g., published papers, awards, etc.) and organizational success (e.g., promotions within an organization, documented success of the individual’s group, etc.). A member in good standing of a partnering professional society.
  • Preference to those organizations (e.g., companies, academic institution, government agency, etc.) that do not have an internal leadership program (e.g., smaller companies or larger organizations with only management training).
  • Unique opportunity to expand the Emerging Leaders Alliance (e.g., international participant).
  • Typically ages 25-35.

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Become a PARTNER!

The Emerging Leaders Alliance welcomes new organizations to become involved as full partners. For more information, contact Chris McKelvey (cmckelvey@aist.org) at the Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST).