Park University Offering Leadership Development Program

June 30, 2020 — Park University’s recently reorganized Office of Professional Education and Workforce Development has announced its first leadership program offering, ParkULeads.

The program, in partnership with facilitators Haley Grayless, chief executive officer of Vaxa Collective, and Amy Leslie, chief executive officer of Perspective Consulting Inc., is a four-week virtual leadership course that will provide participants: critical skills that increase their power of influence; what it takes to be an agile, resilient leader; how to be a better leader who inspires people; and tips on understanding themselves and others to get more impact.

The interactive, virtual sessions will be held on four consecutive Fridays, July 24 through August 14, from 8:30 to 10 a.m.
          •  July 24 — Establishing Team Culture
          •  July 31 — Understanding Your Leadership Comfort Zone
          •  Aug. 7 — Improving Communication
          •  Aug. 14 — Leading with Resilience and Adaptability

The registration fee is $249 and includes all sessions, a one-on-one executive coaching session and a predictive index assessment. A discounted fee of $200 is available to Park University alumni and the University’s Access2Education partners. For more information and to register, visit, or contact Jenna Scott, director of professional education and workforce development at

The Office of Professional Education and Workforce Development promotes the development of people and organizations by providing learning opportunities for professional growth, career advancement and to enrich the lives of community members. The office leverages expertise within and outside Park University to provide meaningful and innovative courses and programs.



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Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.