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Transit Mid-Manager Seminar

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Best for: Midlevel Managers in public transportation agencies and companies that serve the transit industry Career Level: Midlevel Managers

Eno’s Transit Mid-Manager Seminar, an integral element of Eno’s leadership training program, is an intensive, weeklong course that provides mid-managers in the transit industry with the leadership and management skills needed to succeed.  It is designed for mid-level managers at public and private transit operating companies, private sector partners, and federal and state transportation agencies. It provides the tools for mid-managers to act as a bridge between senior leadership and public facing employees as well as to advance to more senior positions.

Students in the course will hear from seasoned instructors as well as key industry leaders.  Students also benefit from a close association with the American Public Transportation Association and frequently continue on to Eno’s Transit Senior Executive Program for senior leaders.

WHO SHOULD APPLY

The program is tailored specifically for mid-level managers in public transportation agencies and companies that serve the transit industry – this includes public and private transportation agencies, private sector partners, union leadership, APTA, and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).

HOW TO APPLY

APPLICATION FORM


NOMINATION FORM  

Fill out the application form. Have your nominator fill out the nomination form. If you have questions or issues with the online forms, contact Erin Shumate at eshumate@enotrans.org or call 202-879-4703.

Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Complete applications for ALL THREE OPTIONS must be turned into Eno by March 30, 2018 to be considered.  Complete applications include the application form and the nomination form. 

Can’t attend this year? Sign up for the course interest list to be informed of future classes.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

The course will be offered three times in 2018. The first offering is hosted by KCATA in Kansas City, MO from June 25-29th, 2018. The second offering is hosted by SDMTS in San Diego, CA from August 20-24th, 2018. The third offering is hosted by JTA in Jacksonville, FL from October 15-19th, 2018.   The course structure and content will be the same in all locations.

Option 1: Kansas City Class        Option 2: San Diego Class                 Option 3: Jacksonville Class
June 25-29, 2018                            August 20-24, 2018                             October 15-19, 2018
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The course will provide mid-managers with the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to lead the transit industry into the future.  It will include the following topics during the weeklong seminar.

  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Change management
  • Critical Role of Mid Managers
  • Crossing the Generational Divide

The course includes classroom instruction, group workshops, a leadership panel with industry experts, and follow up webinars.

In addition, it includes two individualized confidential coaching sessions that provide each participant with detailed feedback and growth opportunities.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be expected to have greater comprehension in the following areas:

  • THE INDUSTRY -Have a broader knowledge of the trends across all modes of the transportation industry; Gain a deeper understanding of critical issues effecting transit; Develop an in-depth appreciation of the roles of the transit partners—Agency, Private Sector, Labor and FTA
  • THE ORGANIZATION -Understand the role of change; How to cope with economic pressures; Skills to resolve conflict; Managing in the middle; Managing problem employees; Question assumptions
  • THE INDIVIDUAL – Examine and appreciate emotional intelligence; Gain feedback; Hone listening and communication skills; Provide constructive feedback

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2016 AGENDA

INSTRUCTORS

Permanent instruction team includes Teri Fisher, Eno Senior Advisor and Managing Partner of Insight Strategies, Carita Ducre, Eno Instructor and Senior Consultant at Insight Strategies and Erin Shumate, Senior Manager, Training and Events, Eno Center for Transportation.

TUITION

The fee for the Monday through Friday program is $3,750. This includes all course materials, most meals, pre-course leadership review and coaching session, and post-course progress review.

A limited number of $500 travel grants are available. Interested applicants should include a request in their statement of interest.

PAYMENT

Tuition is due upon notification of selection. Tuition can be paid online or through a paper invoice. Paper invoives will be emailed to the nominator a week after acceptence letters have gone out.

All tuition payments are due 30 days before the conference. Your seat is not guaranteed until you have registered and paid.

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LOGISTICS

Participants will be sent specific hotel and travel information once they are accepted to a course. Eno will offer roommate matching for interested individuals.

CONTINUING CREDITS

Many Eno courses and programs grant attendees continuing education credit. Types of credit available include:

  •  Credit may be available, depending on the program. Inquire with Eno staff regarding availability.

QUESTIONS

For details about the program please contact Erin Shumate, Events Manager, at eshumate@enotrans.org. If you would like to be added to the Transit Mid-Manager interest list, please click HERE.

 

Upcoming Course Dates

June 25, 2018- June 29, 2018

Location:

KCATA
Kansas City MO

Fee:

The fee for the Monday through Friday program is $3,750. This includes all course materials, most meals, pre-course leadership review and coaching session, and post-course progress review.

A limited number of $500 travel grants are available. Interested applicants should include a request in their statement of interest.

Registration Deadline:

March 30, 2018
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