Leadership is an art, and, like any art form, continuous practice is necessary to excel. Safe, pretty pieces of art rarely become famous. It's the artists who push boundaries and exceed expectations who are noticed. Professional development allows you to develop new skills, to grow, to earn that promotion, find that new job you love, or to kindle the passion you have for your career. Like art, your work must fulfill you personally. If it doesn’t, it’s unlikely that it’s doing much benefit to others.
At EPEC we are always seeking to improve - our classes, our processes, and most importantly ourselves. We take risks, we reach goals, we make mistakes, we learn, and we move forward. We are surrounded by faculty members and expert consultants with ever- changing research and experience, as well as students who amaze us as they continuously achieve and improve. But it is the individual refusal to be complacent that is reflected in the programs we create for you – New Mexico’s business leaders.
I invite you to take a moment and peruse the programs we are offering this spring. If you are a returning student, you will see some new programs to help you diversify your professional portfolio. Take one night a week this spring to fine tune your skills and get the most out of the art you create for such a large portion of your day and your life. Above all, continuous improvement just feels better than complacency, and you’ll get a lot more out of your life in the process.
I hope to see you in a program this spring!
Executive and Professional Education