What is Leadership Lynchburg?
Leadership Lynchburg is a nine-month program that strengthens individuals for personal, organization and community leadership. Sessions are interactive and offer current and future leaders skill building, leadership development, and a comprehensive look at Central Virginia.
The Leadership Lynchburg Approach:
Leadership Lynchburg is the region's only leadership laboratory where you benefit from hands on leadership practice with other existing and emerging leaders. Supported by alumni mentors, local leaders and an award winning staff, you will explore and apply best practices in team building, conflict resolution, public speaking, and leadership skills. The team-based approach brings together diverse participants to address pressing community issues.
Focus on your personal and professional goals while practicing leadership skills you want to enhance.
Connection with over 35 other "up and coming" business leaders as well as influential regional decision makers.
Growth as a person in knowledge about the region, and critical issues in our community and as a person.
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Who: Profiles of Leadership Lynchburg participants include:
- Mid-level managers & leaders
- Senior level executives
- Non-profit executives and staff
- Self-employed entrepreneurs
- Local government employees
- Community leaders who are looking to create positive impact through community projects
If you are an existing and emerging leader from the corporate, non-profit, government and small business sector, then this program is for you!
When: Class meets monthly from September through May.
Why Leadership Lynchburg in Tough Economic Times?
With the economic uncertainty, the workplace has become a place of frayed nerves - layoffs, budget cuts, loss of talent, closings, etc. Leaders and middle managers who are most successful at overcoming these obstacles are ones that possess and utilize emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence (EI) is defined as finely honed "soft skills." Soft skills are essentially people skills -- the non-technical, intangible, personality-specific skills that determine your strengths as a leader, listener, negotiator, and conflict mediator.
Participants will be introduced to Emotional Intelligence (EI) to get a sense of their unique capabilities and preferences and how to use and build them to be more successful in a fast-paced workplace.
Through the unique team process of our curriculum, participants get to practice their emotional intelligence and receive valuable feedback on what they can do to become better leaders in the workplace. Be the kind of leader that others love to follow! Learn how in Leadership Lynchburg.
For an investment of less than $1,000, you can’t afford NOT to invest in this program!