Celebrating 25 years of developing JHU leaders

HR's Leadership Development Program now counts close to 800 faculty and staff members among its alums

Since JHU launched its Leadership Development Program in 1997 to nurture the careers of its employees, close to 800 faculty and staff members have completed the program. And on Oct. 4, more than 100 of its graduates came together on the university's Mt. Washington campus to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

The day's agenda included a keynote address by LDP alumna Keshia Pollack Porter, professor and chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and a series of mini sessions that included Leading Change, Sparking Innovation and Creativity, and Understanding Team Dynamics.

To learn more about the yearlong Leadership Development Program, including program criteria, go to the Leadership Learning page of the university's Human Resources website.