Join us for an insightful webinar on October 3rd at noon to gain a deeper understanding of our program.
If you are a communications professional itching to bust out of the traditional confines of your work and draw a bigger box, this program is for you.
The Leadership Development Program for Communicators is a unique cohort-based program designed specifically to support communications advisors/managers in leapfrogging to the director level.
It is an opportunity to recharge and re-energize through a dynamic mix of immersive in-person sessions, individual coaching, on the job learning and access to world-class tools. Through this supportive and inspiring experience, you will build community with like-minded participants, strengthen your confidence and turbo charge your career.
Prepare to be challenged personally and professionally. The program is a catalyst to reimagine the role of a communications leader, explore opportunities to be an agent of change and an invitation to get out of your own way.
The cherry on top? This is not just a one-shot wonder – the program is intentionally designed to maximize long-term impact and value to your day-to-day work. That is why it includes individual coaching, a follow-up “booster” session and an innovative in-reach to support your team through access to the Results Map® System codifying strategic communications for yourself and your direct reports.
Participants completing the program earn a Leadership Development Program for Communicators Certificate granted by the University of Ottawa’s Professional Development Institute.
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"1000% recommend taking classes with the amazing Caroline Kealey. It changed the course of my professional life."
- Rafael Dezordi, Social Media Advisor, Photographer and Videographer at Export Development Canada
"Caroline Kealey is a dynamic, engaging and insightful teacher and mentor who brings a fresh perspective on communicating in the 21st century. Her enthusiasm is absolutely genuine and entirely infectious - and the results are compelling."
- Zoe Raemer, Director, Corporate Communications, Government of the Northwest Territories