Leadership UCO (LUCO) is as an annual program where the selected participants work to develop their professional and personal leadership qualities, network, and interpersonal skills. 2014-2015 will be the 12th year of LUCO, which has undergone drastic changes to the program’s original structure over the years.
The class members are selected from all divisions and levels across campus and each annual class is kept to approximately twenty participants, to maximize the interaction between the members and provide for one-on-one work with the instructors. The LUCO program is designed to be an “advanced step” in leadership, since it identifies full-time faculty and staff employees who have been at UCO over a year, have previously sought out and attended professional development, and are recommended by their supervisor for this intensive level of focused development. The program kicks off with a Welcome Reception, hosted by the Leadership UCO Alumni (LUCOA) members, and then the class starts building relationships during their full day at the Challenge Course together. After the Challenge Course, the program will consist of leadership sessions combined with half-days volunteering in the community The program closes with a Graduation Celebration, hosted by LUCOA members.
For questions, please contact Ryan Kolb at ext 3658 or firstname.lastname@example.org.