with Vision, Value and Strategy
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where is the Institute held?
The Institute is held at the:
Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs
Building 21, The Ridges
Athens, Ohio 45701
For directions, visit the directions
and maps page.
2. What does the $795 tuition cover?
All instructional materials, continental, breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks each day, one dinner, one reception and parking. Accommodations are additional.
Cancellation Policy3. Are CEUs available?
All cancellations must be made in writing. A full refund will be given up to two weeks prior to the course date. No refunds after that date; however, you may select a substitute up to one day before the course begins. Please notify OUELI staff by calling (740) 593-9381.
Participants of the Leading with Vision, Value and Strategy program are eligible to earn Ohio University Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through Ohio University Community and Professional Programs. Upon successful completion of the program, participants requesting CEUs will receive a CEU certificate by mail.
4. What time does the institute begin on the first
The first morning session begins at 8:00 a.m. with a continental breakfast and institute overview. Most people find it more convenient to check into the hotel the evening before the institute begins.
5. Are there assignments or other activities in the
Yes, evening activities include an informal reception
and a dinner. There may be readings and assignments in the
6. Can others in my agency attend?
We encourage executives to bring others on their management team. The institute is directed toward the middle and top-level managers in public and nonprofit organizations, including the executive director and deputy or assistant directors. The cases and tools are for people who make decisions about the strategic direction of the organization or division.
7. Will I get any materials before the Institute begins?
Yes, a few weeks before the Institute begins, you will receive a packet that includes a detailed agenda, travel directions, and several case studies that are required reading.