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888.439.2867 or 209.946.2956
FAX 209.946.2586
Peter Johnson
Director
Westgate Center for Leadership & Management Development
Eberhardt School of Business
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
westgate@pacific.edu

Pacific Leadership Academy

TO APPLY E-mail or send via campus mail THIS completed form to the Westgate Center 
Participants will be selected based on open seats, experience, expertise and contribution to Pacific.

SPACE IS LIMITED. APPLY TODAY! DEADLINE 10/09/13

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:
Participants will attend the Westgate Center Management Certificate Program which consists of 16 evening sessions that cover essential leadership and management topics for today's leaders. After completing the Management Certificate Program, Academy members will participate in a panel discussion on university leadership that will include Regents, Cabinet members and other experts in University leadership. In addition, Academy members will tour the three campuses to gain a better understanding of the opportunities, challenges, and resources that are available on each campus. Finally, participants will work together to identify and implement a project on one of the three campuses that will add value to the Pacific community.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
High potential, motivated faculty and/or staff members from all departments throughout all three campuses at Pacific. Participants need to have a desire and passion for making Pacific a better place through leadership.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU COMBINE?
16 Evenings of critical leadership topics with knowledgeable and dynamic instructors
11 New friends and colleagues from three Pacific campuses
7 Senior level leaders sharing their experience and knowledge on University Leadership
6 Coaches/Mentors
3 Pacific campuses explored and better understood
1 Project
= The NEW Pacific Leadership Academy

THE 3 PARTS OF THE PACIFIC LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

  1. Management Certificate Program: 8 topics over 16 weeks. Course outline.
  2. Understanding University Leadership: This session will be a series of speakers from the Board of Regents, the Cabinet, Senior leadership and experts in the area of university leadership. As the three campus model creates more opportunities for Pacific, it is important that participants tour all three sites and hear first-hand the challenges, opportunities and resources impacting each campus.
  3. The Project: The project will consist of 3 or more participants identifying a need at one of the three campuses that will add value to students, employees, the community, reduce costs, or in some other way benefit the Pacific community. Participants will collaborate with each other, other departments and other campuses to evaluate and begin implementing their project.COURSE FEE
    SERIES: $1,975 Fee includes all instructional materials.
    Scholarships: There are 12 full scholarships available through the Office of Assessment and Training and the Eberhardt Westgate Center for Leadership and Management Development. To apply for these scholarships download and fill out the the application and e-mail to westgate@pacific.edu or send via campus mail. DEADLINE TO APPLY: Oct. 9, 2013

TRAINING LOCATION
Sessions will be held in the University of the Pacific's Westgate Center in the Eberhardt School of Business. There will be one session each on the San Francisco and Sacramento campuses.

CONFIRMATION
Confirmation of your registration will be e-mailed to you prior to the first class meeting.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
E-MAIL: westgate@pacific.edu
CALL: 209.946.2956

Pacific Leadership Academy flyer

Westgate Center for Leadership and Management Development is located within the Eberhardt School of Business. The Westgate Center was established to offer management and leadership training programs for individuals and organizations throughout the West Coast.

The Office of Assessment, Training and Technology offers valuable resources to promote, enhance, and support individuals and teams in achieving performance excellence. Their talented and dedicated professionals are committed to strengthening the University's human capital to meet strategic and operational priorities by: consulting with partners to assess and understand institutional, employee, and team needs; designing, developing, and delivering a variety of learning and development opportunities; leveraging and managing technology; and evaluating the impact of their services to continuously improve their offerings. 

The Westgate Center would like to thank The Office of Assessment, Training and Technology for their collaboration and support of the new Pacific Leadership Academy.