Congratulations to Our Advanced Leadership Institute Course 21 Graduates

November 12, 2021

As MCAA resumed in-person programming this fall, industry leaders from across the nation gathered at Babson College for this year’s Advanced Leadership Institute. This cohort of executives from both the construction and service sectors studied strategic decision-making, managing organizational change, conflict resolution, and a whole lot more. After two intensive weeks of leadership education, Friday marked the graduation of the 21st Advanced Leadership Institute class.

In addition to their 70 hours of classroom instruction, participants conducted independent team research projects in which they tackled current issues facing mechanical contractors and developed best practices for approaching these challenges. And while they were at it, they built a network of peers and made new friendships that we hope will last for a very long time.

As they do every year, participants of the MCAA’s Advanced Leadership Institute wowed their professors with their enthusiasm and engagement. It is this commitment on the part of the participants that makes the ALI experience what it is meant to be – the premiere forum for growth and development of leaders in the mechanical industry.

Graduates of the Advanced Leadership Institute demonstrate time and again that people are what drive our industry to continued and future success. We congratulate the 2021 ALI graduating class, and are proud to continue to facilitate the investment that our member companies make in their leadership.

Admission to MCAA’s flagship educational program is highly competitive, and space is limited. The application for ALI Course 22 will be released in February of 2022. More information.

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