MCAA members have unique leadership challenges and needs. Luckily, they also have a unique leadership development opportunity, MCAA’s Advanced Leadership Institute, or the ALI. But don't take it from us. Here's how one ALI Course 17 Graduate described her ALI experience:
“Going through ALI was an amazing and rewarding experience! It has opened doors for me and given me the confidence I needed to take on the role as president. I’m excited about my future and the future of our company as we celebrate 110 years in 2018!”
-- Kori Gormley-Huppert, President, Gormley Plumbing + Mechanical
The dates for ALI Course 18 are: September 23-27 and November 4-9, 2018. Applications are available by request from the program’s Executive Director (email@example.com).
The ALI…Unique Leadership Education for a Unique Industry Audience.
- For starters, it’s only available to current or imminent leaders of MCAA or MSCA member companies. Because of this select target audience, potential ALI attendees do not enroll in the program, they “apply for acceptance” to ensure they meet these leadership criteria.
- The ALI is not a “management” program. Managers are responsible for the wise use of resources; leaders are responsible for the visions and ideas that create and grow companies. The ALI is all about developing the talents and business networks of leaders in the mechanical contracting industry.
- MCAA has partnered with Babson Executive Education (Wellesley, MA) to provide and conduct this custom-designed program in close concert. Babson consistently ranks among the top leadership and entrepreneurial programs in the world.
- The ALI is an intense, team-oriented, two-week residential program that takes place at the Babson Executive Education Center on the campus of Babson College, providing a world-class executive leadership program within an idyllic university campus environment.
Increasingly, ALI graduates are the key leaders in the mechanical contracting and service industries, with a significant number of ALI graduates leading not only their own companies but assuming leadership roles at the local and national levels of association governance. This participation extends all the way to MCAA’s own Executive Committee, which includes current and past Presidents and Presidents-to-be, and its Board of Directors.
The dates for ALI Course 18 are:
September 23-27 and November 4-9, 2018. Applications are available by request from the program’s Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org).