WVU Medicine’s Pivotal Leadership Academy (PLA) celebrated its second class of graduates with a ceremony and a reception Nov. 15 at WVU’s Erickson Alumni Center.

A total of 63 WVU Medicine employees participated in the event. Click here to see a CONNECT photo gallery from the celebration.

Each participant had to apply to the program and meet a list of personal and professional criteria, which includes a one-year commitment to remain with the organization upon completion of the course work.

PLA was created to develop emerging leaders in WVU Medicine by exposing them to leadership concepts and skills and helping them gain confidence to apply what they’ve learned.

Those interested in applying for WVU Medicine's 2018 Pivotal Leadership Academy are invited to  come to an informational session to learn more about the program. View the flyer for details.

Facilitated by the Center for Education and Organizational Development, the PLA will help high-performing employees develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence to become a future leader within the organization. The program will broaden participants' leadership skills and strengthen their capacity to lead, while helping them establish a path for success.

If interested in attending, enroll in NetLearning.

Questions? Contact Cheryl Riedmann or Heather Malcolm in the Center for Education and Organizational Development.