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PCC Vice Presidents participate in leadership development program

19 October 2016

Kansas Community College Leadership Institute (KCCLI) has accepted two administrators from Pratt Community College to participate in a 9 month leadership development program sponsored by the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees (KACCT).
 
Kent Adams, vice president of finance and operations and Dr. Michael Fitzpatrick, vice president of instruction, will spend two days a month in various Kansas Community Colleges working on a variety of different topics including collaboration, assessing personal strengths, and effective leadership styles.
 
During their time with KCCLI, Adams and Fitzpatrick selected a leadership project to develop. Partnering with a local conglomerate Stanion Wholesale Electric, they have begun working on a new certificate program for PCC in Industrial Distribution Management.
 
“I am very excited for this opportunity.” said Fitzpatrick, “I already notice the changes impacted directly from our involvement with KCCLI.”
 
KACCT is based in Topeka with a mission of building better futures through cooperation, collaboration and communication in advocating on behalf of community colleges to better serve Kansas constituencies.