Executive Development Programs
            Managers will be in High Demand in NH

The NH Economic & Labor Market Information Bureau projects that Managers will be in high demand. Will your organization be ready?

What can a Leadership Development Consortium do for your Emerging Leaders?

Develop a tailored curriculum for your emerging senior leaders with AACSB accredited & top ranked MBA faculty and prepare them for their next level role.
In a Consortium, an educational partnership is formed among two or more outstanding, non-competing, geographically connected companies and the University of New Hampshire.  The consortium is under the direction of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics and a founding partner.

UNH, the founding partner, and consortium members work together in the design and delivery of a leadership development program to accelerate the development of high potential leaders.
Member companies typically represent diverse industry groups. 

Organizations can leverage this program as a way to enhance their succession planning and executive on-boarding programs. This program will help to address the need to replace senior leaders in the upcoming years (due to retirements) in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.

"Many of us are focused on succession planning in our organizations," said Connie Roy-Czyzowski, Vice President Human Resources for Northeast Delta Dental.  "This program helped us address our need to groom potential future leaders, and prepare them for larger, senior level roles.  But this isn't all about the future.  Succession planning benefits our company today.  Building strong leadership is like money in the bank.  It expands our options."

Who should attend a Leadership Consortium Program?

Candidates are often identified by their organization as "high potentials" or "fast trackers" and have 5-10 years of progressive management experience. 

Participants will share experiences and learn from peers facing similar challenges and opportunities, and build lasting networks.

Participant Chuck Lloyd of New Hampshire Technical Institute, part of the Community College System of New Hampshire, class of 2016, benefited from that diversity.  "Everyone in the Consortium had different types of issues, but also a lot of similarities at the same time," Lloyd said.  "There was a lot of transferable information that could be dipped into, whether it be higher education or a corporation or manufacturing. I enjoyed interacting with others interested in developing themselves and their organizations.  It was good to be with like-minded folks, to learn from each other."

                               2017 Next Level Leadership Consortium, Concord, NH

Participating companies included: New England Delta Dental, Associated Grocers of New England, Bank of NH, Community College System of NH, Merchants Fleet Management, Mascoma Bank and Red River.  

      Learn more about Consortiums here or call us at 603-862-3311
       Do you know about the NH Job Training Fund?

What is the NHJTF?

The NH Job Training Fund has distributed over 500 grants offering training to more than 25,000 workers since late 2007. The fund is matched by employer contributions and is truly a successful public-private partnership. If approved, the NH Job training fund can greatly offset the cost of your training needs.

The job training program (JTP) was established to provide job training which is designed to attract new business, assist in the expansion of business, and retain existing business in the state of New Hampshire.

All interested companies need to fill out an application from the NHJTF website and submit it to be reviewed by the Grant Review Committee,all of the information about the fund and applying can be found here.

f your application is approved, a minimum 1:1 cash match is required. The minimum grant allowed is $750. The maximum grant that can be requested is $100,000. Any grant award of $70,000 or more has to be approved by the Governor and Executive Council, which will add at least one month to the process before training can begin.

 More information on the NH Job Training Fund can be found here
  Paul College Digital Marketing Symposium 

On Friday, October 13th Paul College will host its 4th annual Digital Marketing Symposium on the UNH Durham campus. 

This free event will bring together over 250 digital marketing professionals and students for a day of networking and knowledge sharing campus. This year we have a fantastic line-up of presenters at the symposium including speakers from leading digital marketing companies such as Hubspot (our platinum level sponsor), PixelMEDIA (our gold level sponsor), Hootsuite and more. Presentations will cover a wide range of digital marketing topics including leveraging online video, crafting a holistic digital strategy, and enhancing customer engagement. 

There is substantial interest in this free event and space is limited. 
To view the complete agenda or to reserve a seat at the symposium, 
please visit www.pauldms.com

Questions can be addressed to assistant professor of marketing Matthew O'Hern at matthew.ohern@unh.edu

 Hope to see you at the symposium!

Contact us to learn more:
ExecEd.UNH.edu  |  Exec.Ed@UNH.edu  |  603-862-1998