Leadership AGC

Developing The Next Generation Of Leaders

The continuing growth of Houston’s commercial construction industry signals a need for the development of trained, informed and responsible leadership to sustain our organization’s future. Developing young leaders will be a key piece of the future success and growth of the construction industry in Houston.

Developed by construction industry young leaders for young leaders.

Unlike the typical leadership development program, Leadership AGC will focus on the experience. A limited group of 20 participants will develop a civic and professional network and emerge with an increased knowledge of our industry’s diversities. In addition to enhancing their professional and civic networks, program participants will also learn what they can do to actively participate and to ultimately become an influencer in the affairs of the industry and the community.

The Leadership AGC experience consists of eight educational sessions.

Beginning in September 2014 and ending in May 2015, each session focuses on an integral aspect of the commercial construction industry specific to Houston and the surrounding region.

For specific program details, please see “AGC Leadership Course Outline” file below.

Session 1: Introduction to Leadership and the AGC
Session 2: Personal and Professional Development
Session 3: Community Service Project
Session 4: Introduction to the Port of Houston
Session 5: Leadership: An Owner’s Perspective
Session 6: Introduction to the Texas Medical Center
Session 7: Introduction to AGC Texas Building Branch and Capitol Site Visit
Session 8: Patrick J. Kiley Excellence in Leadership Scholarship Program; Program Graduation

Creating The Building Blocks For Our Future Leaders

Designed to develop and grow our industry’s future leaders, this program will provide a forum for and increase the awareness of potential AGC leaders by giving them an intensive experience that encompasses a broad scope of community and industry concerns.

What are the benefits?

In addition to learning specific leadership and management skills, participants will broaden their exposure to the community, meet with their industry peers and establish lasting contacts to expand their professional networks.

What does the program cover?

Leadership AGC will offer a full roster of educational and useful events designed for the Houston-area young construction professional who will become a future leader in our chapter. The eight-session series will connect Leadership AGC members with leaders in the construction, development, business, medical, industrial, political and educational arenas.

What does the program cost?

The $2,000 tuition covers all associated fees, course materials, luncheons, excursions, socials and group transportation.

Below, you’ll find the application form that contains all of the information needed to apply. The FAQ document below also contains helpful information about the program.

For further inquiries, please contact Charlene Anthony, Senior Director – Construction Futures, Education.

Related Files

2016-2017 Leadership AGC FAQ
(Adobe PDF File)
2016-2017 LAGC Application
(Adobe PDF File)

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