Wisconsin's state government is committed to becoming a leader in management and leadership development. Developing visionary, service-based leadership skills will not only contribute to stronger skill sets but will also help our managers and supervisors be more effective in developing future talent for their organizations.
The ELA academy-style program offers a series of leadership classes that provide managers with an opportunity to develop advanced enterprise leadership and management skills as well as a broad understanding of the value and use of inter-agency leadership networks and shared services. See the menu of links to the left for more information about the ELA program. Don't forget to check back for continuing updates to the ELA website.
Click here for information about EMDA, another academy-style training program for new and aspiring state managers and supervisors.