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advlismallPFR/ATTC Network Advanced
Leadership Institute (ALI)

"The price of greatness is responsibility..."
~ Winston Churchill

View ALI Team ProjectsIn partnership with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment’s (CSAT’s) Partners for Recovery (PFR) and Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network, an Advanced Leadership Institute pilot was developed for graduates of the PFR/ATTC Network Leadership Institute.

The PFR/ATTC Network Advanced Leadership Institute (ALI) provides an opportunity for participants to gain graduate-level knowledge and skills in key leadership topics while completing innovative team projects designed to effect systems change at the local, state, and national levels.

Two cohorts of ALI “associates” participated in the program simultaneously between January, 2011 and November, 2011.  Participants in each cohort were involved in an extensive set of development experiences.

The core elements of the Advanced Leadership Institute experience are:

  • Leadership Capacity Assessment
  • Leadership Instruction - through an intensive Immersion Training and Booster Session
  • Coaching and Advising
  • Personally-Relevant Professional Support Network
  • Structured Knowledge and Skill Application, along with Reflection
  • Personal Health, Revitalization, and Self-Care
  • Systems Building -through development of relevant application team projects supported by a team coach
  • Resource Support
  • Recognition and Affirmation for Service and Success

The ALI pilot program culminated in a combined recognition event and induction ceremony at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel on November 3, 2011. During this event, the Associate Teams presented their ALI team projects.

ALI Post-event press release

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