Event Date: 4/9/2024 - 11/6/2024
Event Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST
Facilitator in Houston, Remote Option Available
2500 Citywest Blvd.-Westchase Room Houston, TX 77042
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This event is open to members and non-members. Energy Workforce Memberships are corporate. Check the Membership Directory for confirmation of your company's membership.

The Emerging Executives Committee, in partnership with Heidrick & Struggles, offers an innovative talent management solution designed to enhance competitiveness and forward-looking strategies.

Who It's For
Senior Directors and Vice President Level Leaders

This program is a quarterly interactive experiential program designed to provide insights and skills to prepare individual for potential future corporate level leadership. Participants will learn more about the responsibilities of enterprise level leadership through insights around The 7 Functions of an Executive Leadership team; how to be effective in communication with C-Suite leaders and a board of directors; effective leadership through coaching conversations; how to run effective meetings; and the importance and difference of working on the business versus working in the business. 

Each leader will also receive four one-on-one coaching sessions with a professional coach certified through International Coaching Federation (ICF) following each of the half-day sessions. Course and coaching provided by Heidrick & Struggles.

Through February 27
Early-Bird Members
: $5,000 
Early-Bird Non-Members: $6,000

Members: $5,500 
Non-Members: $6,500

Group Discount: Companies who register three or more participants will receive $250 off per person. Before registering your group of three or more, please contact us to get the group discount promo code.

Sponsorship Opportunity
Program sponsors at $5,000 per organization. Sponsors will be recognized during group sessions, on events pages, signage at graduation and in pre- and post-event articles, as well as social media.

About the Executive Leadership Program
The Executive Leadership Programs provide an opportunity for high-potential employees to further develop their leadership skills. The year-long programs prepare future leaders for the responsibilities they will face and the qualities they will need as they successfully advance in their organizations. 


Three programs are offered: Helping Clients Succeed; Integrated Leadership: Leading with Influence, Agility & Accountability; and Cultivating High Performing Teams & Cultures. Each program offers unique development opportunities including: mentorship with an experienced industry executive, personal executive coaching, accountability, assessments, group seminars and peer-level networking. Download the programs brochure to learn more. 


Cultivating High-Performing Teams & Cultures Course Requirements
  • Attend four interactive virtual seminars:
    • April 9, 2024: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    • May 22, 2024: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    • September 18, 2024: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    • November 6, 2024: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Attend four one-on-one executive coaching sessions with Heidrick & Struggles
  • Attend two Energy Workforce Meetings: Energy Workforce hosts a variety of meetings and seminars throughout the year including leadership forums designed to fulfill program requirements
  • Find a mentor (self-identified or paired by Energy Workforce) and meet with the mentor at least three times in 2024. Mentor Briefing Document will be provided
  • Participate in external leadership development through community or Energy Workforce involvement: work with a non-profit or Energy Workforce Committee in 2024*
  • Attend quarterly networking sessions*
  • Accountability Partner Engagement
  • Graduation Reception held January 2025 for participants completing all program requirements
*Optional Activities  

What You Will Learn
  • Understand the difference between business/function leadership vs. enterprise level and how success drives change
  • Build knowledge around how to effectively communicate with executives
  • How to effectively lead through a coaching and mentoring mindset
  • Build skillsets in how to effectively “manage up”
  • Understand the role of the leader in connecting the dots in order to bring future focused insights, guidance and priorities
  • Create action plans for gaining commitment to intentionally and authentically become effective leaders

Members who complete two of the Energy Workforce's year-long training programs will be recognized as an
Energy Workforce & Technology Council Certified Executive. The designation signifies that the member has received the development required to address key defining issues for the future of the industry. Members typically participate in one program at a time; however they can be overlapped.

Cancellations for a refund must be received by February 7. There will be a 5% processing fee for all cancellations. Member Company employees who wish to register for a meeting at member rates and do not have an established login, please contact meetings@energyworkforce.org.


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