Professional Development / Leadership Programs
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.
Applications are open and due in March, 2020.
The Transit Mid-Manager Program: Level II is a course intended for graduates of the Eno Transit Mid-Manager Program. Students will learn advanced skills that build upon concepts discussed at the first course, including communications, management techniques, and team building. Students will also benefit from several guest lectures delivered by senior transit professionals. This 3-day program will enable you to perform at an even higher level and will prepare you for new leadership challenges in the transit industry.
The Eno Transit Senior Executive Program is a 6-month long leadership development program designed for senior-level managers in the public transit industry. The program is centered around an intensive week-long seminar held in the Washington, DC area. Participants hear from distinguished guest lecturers, develop their leadership skills, and build connections in the transit industry. The Program is entering its 15th year and has more than 500 alumni.
The TSE Program is designed for top public and private transit executives to participate in an intensive and confidential forum on strategic management, leadership, and critical emerging industry issues. In addition to the four instructors, participants learn from more than a dozen guest lecturers who are current or former transit general managers, senior Federal officials, or senior private sector staff. Admission to the Program is selective, and a nomination/application process is required.