AIA Leadership Institute 2018 Washington DC

Purchase this course to register for the Washington, DC regional venue


Regional Location information:

November 9, 2018, 8:30am–6:00pm (EST)

National Housing Center, 1201 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Learn more at: 2018 AIA Leadership Institute

Leadership training inspires individuals to progressively advance into more complex leadership roles within firms and communities. Whatever type of leader you are or seek to become - be it firm leader, business leader, design leader, community leader, or citizen architect – Leadership Institute can help you reach your goals. Bringing together visionary speakers on leadership, both inside and outside the profession, this essential leadership training includes:

  • Learning leadership best practices and how to apply them in professional, industry, community, and design & business leadership
  • Connecting to a network of local and industry leaders who are changing the leadership dialogue
  • Accessing relevant and valuable information and insight to help architects succeed in their profession
  • Developing key skills and qualities of good leadership that are essential for career and organizational success
  • Fulfilling your potential through effective leadership training in areas like: team building, strategic planning, decision making and more
  • A free digital copy of Living Your Life as a Leader, a reference guide and workbook that will support your personal leadership development during and after the event

NOTE: The AIAU 15% discount for purchase of four or more courses does NOT apply to the 2018 Leadership Institute.

Learning objectives

  • Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Participants will recognize ethical practice has diverse leadership challenges. They will compare different career stage perspectives across the industry to connect pipeline development to the framework needed to address building leadership within firms, organizations, the profession and communities.
  • Design and Business: Participants will be able to identify leadership theories related to people, team and firm settings in promoting personal and organizational leadership effectiveness to manage urban, building, interior and site design.
  • Advanced Strategies: Attendees will apply the concepts of advanced leadership theory and strategy, organizational and individual behavior, group dynamics and team performance, culture and communications techniques in the application of land use analysis, health impact assessment, programming and site selection activities of practice.
  • Citizen Architect: Attendees will be able to identify effective collaboration techniques through civic engagement and will be able to synthesize the role architects and designers can realize through government service, philanthropy, pro bono and public policy to actively engage in shaping civic processes, procedures, regulation and adjudication in contributing meaningfully, beyond self to the greater good in advancing health, safety and welfare of the built environment for communities.                                                                                 
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$205 non-member
$175 member
6.25 LUs
  • HSW
  • RIBA

Course details

Contents: Video, quiz, evaluation

Duration: 6.25