CUP Executive Leadership Program

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CUP ELP is an aspirational program designed for high-performing professionals

who have been identified as the next generation of senior leadership

The CUP Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is a one year leadership development experience designed for high-performing professionals who have been nominated by their firms and identified as the next generation of senior leadership. The CUP ELP platform includes a mix of leadership workshops, one-on-one and group coaching sessions, and keynote conversations aimed at unlocking the unwritten rules of success and helping diverse professionals navigate their firms and industries more effectively. These offerings are delivered by CUP via leading academics, prominent thought leaders, industry experts, and seasoned trainers.

The CUP ELP curriculum aims to equip participants with the skills needed to advance to the next level in their organizations by providing leadership training, access to key stakeholders, and a support network of peers and business leaders within their industries. It also aims to serve as a retention tool for organizations focused on rewarding and retaining their top, diverse talent.

The program kicks off with a professional development intensive, giving the participants the opportunity to connect and take full advantage of the skills-based training in a retreat environment. The kick-off retreat comprises a structured series of workshops over 2.5 days.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:

  • Equip participants with the leadership and development skills needed to advance to the next level.
  • Provide participants with access and exposure to senior leaders and key decision makers within their industries.
  • Provide participants with an influential network of professionals to leverage for client introductions, career assistance, and mentorship.

 

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If you have questions or need more information, please contact Avital Tamir Temchin, Managing Director of CUP's Leadership Institute, at atemchin@cupusa.org