Degree: Credit available Non-credit
Classroom Type: Online and on campus classes
For more than 30 years, the Rocky Mountain Leadership Program has been an intensive, residential leadership program for Colorado, national and international leaders in public service. This unique program brings up to 30 professionals working in government, nonprofits and as elected officials together in the Colorado mountains for one week of workshops and experiences that enhance skills, inspire, inform, recharge and prepare leaders to engage differently in their work and communities. Workshops are taught by academic and practice-focused faculty with a focus on the context of U.S. nonprofits and government.
Interest Categories: Public Administration & Policy
Campus: Off campus
Rocky Mountain Leadership Program is a week-long, intensive, residential leadership program for professionals working in government, nonprofits and as elected officials. The program occurs in early October at the Mountain Thunder Lodge in Breckenridge, Colorado. Attendees stay on the lodge property, and sessions are held in the main lodge building.
The nature-rich environment offers a perfect setting for learning, personal reflection, professional networking and planning for new approaches to your leadership. Session topics include leadership style, self-awareness, teamwork, strategic thinking, neuroscience of leadership, ethics, emotional intelligence and change leadership. Workshop content is customized based on the experiences and interests of each cohort.
Rocky Mountain Leadership Program is well suited for mid- to high-level managers in nonprofits, government, special districts and elected officials in Colorado and across the U.S.
Lisa VanRaemdonck, MSW, MPH
Executive Director, School of Public Affairs Institute
Recommended Completion Time:1 Week
The Rocky Mountain Program is a once in a lifetime experience that lasts a lifetime. As a manager in the public sector I think it’s very important to send my staff through this program along with upper-level management.- Greg Winkler, County Administrator