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 Executive Leadership Development Program 



AGA Headquarters, 400 North Capitol Street, NW, 4th Floor, Washington, D.C.


Who Should Attend:

High-potential energy executives who need to expand their knowledge and understanding of how Washington works and how they can make Washington work for their company. Enhance your leadership skills to take your company to a higher level of accomplishment.

A Learn-by-Doing Approach:

During the executive leadership development training program you will be able to closely observe true experts at work on Capitol Hill, the White House and other government agencies. Ask them questions, discuss their methods and gain a thorough understanding of how to successfully navigate the political and regulatory maze that is Washington, D.C.

The class size will be limited to 40 participants to foster optimum interaction. Advanced education strategies and interactive-learning techniques will be utilized. The cost of this five-day program is only $4,500. The program will be held at AGA Headquarters, 400 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, D.C.

2012 Distinguished Speakers, included:  Carol Browner, Don Nickles, Mack McLarty III, Bruce Josten and Greg Casey. 

What You Will Learn and How It Will Benefit You and Your Company:

  • Explore the workings of federal agencies such as the Department of Transportation, Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and how they can impact your business
  • Learn about the legislative process and how agendas are maneuvered through Congress
  • Explore the political and practical considerations of federal legislation
  • Examine federal policy making using one or more case studies of critical natural gas and gas utility issues
  • Develop and execute a legislative, regulatory and media strategy
  • Learn how to avoid the key pitfalls in advancing legislative and regulatory positions
  • Understand the nation’s capital – timelines and resource needs
  • Discover how Washington institutions can work for and against you
  • Create lasting networking relationships with colleagues from across the country

For more information contact Kevin Hardardt or Lisa Davenport.


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