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Aspiring Leader Development Program Informational Webinars Announced

About ALDP

The Aspiring Leader Development Program (ALDP) Beta 2 pilot is a foundational development program for aspiring entry-level leaders (GS 5-7 and WG equivalents) providing participants with knowledge, skills and tools to support the pursuit and ownership of their own professional development. The ALDP Beta 2 pilot consists of two phases:

Phase I is an open enrollment format consisting of self-paced, on-line courses and videos, assessment(s), and a feedback survey. Phase I focuses on building a common ground for participants through the online learning topics. For the year 2019, the online courses and videos are from Lynda.com and TedtalksTM.  After enrollment in Phase I, participants have 60 days to complete Phase I content (4 hour 35 minutes of video courses and presentations). Upon completion of all Phase I requirements, participants will receive a confirmation email that they are eligible for ALDP Phase II.

Phase II is an eight month (32 members per cohort) structured program which includes 13 online/virtual workshops, learning activities, discussion boards, small group discussions, and leader discussion panels.

Learn more in the ALDP Beta 2 Pilot Announcement.

ALDP Informational Webinars

The ALDP Beta 2 Informational Webinars provide an opportunity for interested individuals to gain more information about the content, structure, requirements, and potential benefits of the program. The webinar is recommended for individuals interested in the ALDP and their supervisors.

Schedule of Upcoming Webinars

  • Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Eastern Time)
  • Tuesday, July 23, 2019, 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM (Eastern Time)

Register for a webinar session today(Google Form requires access to Bison Connect)

Contact

Do you have additional questions about the ALDP or the webinars? Email Michelle Dunham at michelle_dunham@nps.gov for more information.

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