Make Sure Your Company’s Current and Emerging Leaders Have What It Takes

Registration is open for the 2022/24 cohort of the NFPA Executive Leadership Program, presented in collaboration with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

The program is set to prepare present and future fluid power industry leaders by providing six full-day in-person sessions (health standards allowing) interspersed by seven virtual sessions focused on concept applications and networking over the course of 24 months. Session content will focus on both the hard and soft skills needed to create success for participants’ organizations and the fluid power industry as a whole.

Topics include:

  • Executive Foundations
  • Strategy & Execution
  • Negotiating with Excellence
  • Presentations with Presence
  • Leading Under Pressure 
  • Cultivating Culture, Values, and Virtues
  • And more

Full session descriptions, including instructor bios and tentative dates, are available on the NFPA website.

Questions? Contact Eric Lanke at elanke@nfpa.com.

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