ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean is now accepting proposals for Leadership Projects for the 2020 – 2021 Leadership Institute Class.
Project proposal submissions will be accepted through September 15th, 2020.
ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean is seeking proposals from nonprofit and public sector entities for Leadership Projects for the upcoming academic year of the Leadership Institute.
Leadership Projects are pro-bono advisory service projects offered to non-profit, government, and public entities through the Leadership Institute that seek to provide solutions to tangible land use and real estate challenges throughout the Southeast Florida region. Projects are completed by teams of Leadership Institute participants during the course of the nine-month program. Past project clients include: Empowered Youth Miami, the Fort Lauderdale DDA, and Inhabit Earth.
The Leadership Institute provides a powerful local resource to help guide the responsible development of the Southeast Florida/Caribbean region by strengthening connections among area professionals that guide and influence Southeast Florida/Caribbean real estate development. The nine-month program seeks to develop the next generation of industry leaders that share ULI’s commitment to responsibility in land use and development and in growing thriving communities. More information
How it Works
Proposed Leadership Projects should be tangible real estate issues where clients require direction and advice to solve a problem they may not otherwise have the resources or funds to address.
Leadership Project Teams will work with clients to:
Define the problem, expectations, and scope of services, develop overall objectives, and determine questions to be addressed by the project.
Gain well-rounded knowledge and insight on the issue through interviews with stakeholders and industry experts.
Develop, prepare, and present detailed findings, conclusions, recommendations, and implementation strategies.
Who is Eligible
Non-profit organizations, governments, and public agencies facing complex land use and real estate challenges in the Southeast Florida Region.
Participating Clients must commit to:
Being available and responsive to the Leadership Institute committee and the Leadership Project team throughout the process.
Being cooperative, open, and transparent about issues surrounding the project, and communicate concerns and issues quickly and consistently.
Leading efforts to produce and compile briefing materials and coordinate stakeholder involvement.