Lilly Leadership Institute celebrates students and partnership
The Lilly Leadership Institute offers a one-of-a-kind, transformational leadership program focused on developing effective leadership among undergraduate students.
Miami University’s Lilly Leadership Institute celebrates its newest cohort of students and its partnership with Eli Lilly and Company with an afternoon of guest speakers and networking.
The event is Friday, March 10, 2:30-4:30 p.m. in Room 0025 of the Farmer School of Business, and includes keynote speakers from Eli Lilly:
- Charlie Haddad, associate vice president of Digital Health Commercial Products.
- Shelley Ford, vice president of Lilly Research Labs Information and Digital Solutions.
For registration and additional information, contanct the Leadership Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are grateful to Eli Lilly and Company for sponsoring us and being active partners in our leadership development program for students,” said Louise Morman, executive director of Lilly Leadership Institute, within the College of Engineering and Computing.
The Institute offers a one-of-a-kind, transformational leadership program focused on developing effective leadership among undergraduate students. The Institute cultivates leaders who will flourish in their professions and lives by learning how to think strategically, work collaboratively, communicate effectively, and innovate creatively.
Its bold approach incorporates in-depth interpersonal and immersive experiences. The Institute graduated its ninth cohort of students this past May. They join a host of alumni now successful in industries and organizations in the United States and worldwide.
Each year, a cohort of 15-25 students is selected for the multi-year intensive development program. They embark on a rigorous curriculum to develop personal, people, and strategic leadership abilities.