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Leadership is not about personality; it’s about behavior. 

— James Kouzes & Barry Posner, The Leadership Challenge

The Infinity Rehab Leadership Academy

Years of ideas, research, and passion about leadership within Infinity Rehab came together in the creation of the Infinity Rehab Leadership Academy. Scholars enrolled in the academy engage in on-site and distance learning designed to transform Infinity Rehab employees into successful leaders. The curriculum matches our core values with key leadership practices proven effective in navigating real world challenges.

The Leadership Academy is a year-long experience that combines onsite and distance learning to help transform high potential Infinity Rehab employees into successful leaders. The curriculum matches Infinity’s core values with key leadership practices proven effective in navigating real world challenges.

Research led us to adopt the Leadership Practices Inventory and a corresponding set of Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership created by James Kouzes and Barry Posner as the heart of the program.

five-principals-of-effective-leadershipWhat our scholars are saying about the Leadership Academy:

“This experience is better than I could have imagined. I’m putting my new learning into practice immediately and feel great about knowing I’m moving in the right direction.”

“This course is literally re-shaping my view of my work life and how I approach it.”

“This truly feels like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! I highly recommend this course for anyone looking to grow their leadership skills, whether for professional or personal growth. Applying for The Leadership Academy is the best decision I’ve made in years.”


During the year-long academy, scholars work on projects tackling real-life business challenges. Over the years, scholar projects have covered many important topics, such as:

  • Developing Specialized Outpatient Services
  • Patient-Centered Admission Process
  • Fostering Emotional Intelligence In Infinity’s Directors-In-Training
  • Utilization Of Leadership Skills To Develop Campus Outpatient Program
  • Improving Multi-Disciplinary Communication To Increase Patient Satisfactions And Compliance
  • A Dignified And Humanizing SNF Rehabilitation Experience: Person First, Patient Second

We are excited to see this vital program continue to help us develop more leaders year after year!