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Belmont University Adds Spring 2012 Session of the Executive Leadership Experience

Belmont University’s Center for Executive Education announces the addition of a spring class for the Executive Leadership Experience program, beginning March 25, 2012. This will be the second cohort of the 10-month senior executive development program, open to both business and not-for-profit senior leaders.

Executive Director Gene Mage said, “The feedback on our first program was very strong, so we decided to add a spring cohort to accommodate client requests. We are keeping the class sizes small to maintain an active, experiential learning environment.”

Participants from the fall program offered high praise for the new experiential program. Rick Martin, senior director at Asurion Corporation, noted, “The Belmont Executive Leadership Experience has given me advanced and exclusive insight into the leadership behaviors of successful leaders and their companies. More importantly, it has provided me the opportunity to develop and enhance those same behaviors through mentorship, executive guidance, projects and access to some of the leading company executives and behavioral researchers throughout the country.”

The speaker line-up for the spring program features national experts including Jason Jennings, best-selling author of It’s Not the Big That Eat the Small… It’s the Fast That Eat the Slow; Cam Marston, one of the country’s leading authorities on leadership across the generations and author of Generational Insights; Scott Schwertley, CEO of Ethos3 and author of How to Be a Presentation God; and fitness and nutrition guru Cynthia Heroux.

Participants receive individual assessment and feedback on their leadership behaviors and styles, and 1:1 executive coaching throughout the program. They receive in-depth training in topics such as executive presence and presentation skills, strategic thinking, inclusive leadership, dealing with conflict, negotiation skills and performance excellence, and apply the learning to real projects in the Nashville community.

There are a limited number of openings available for the spring program by application only. For more information on the Executive Leadership Experience, contact Gene Mage at 615-460-6614 or visit:

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