LEAD Institute for Personal and Professional Development
Leadership Medina County’s LEAD (Leadership Exploration And Development) Institute program is designed for those looking for professional development training and to further develop their leadership skills. Participants will be presented with the necessary tools, resources, information, and networking to benefit themselves and the businesses they support as they continue to grow both personally and professionally as community and business leaders.
The program is open to anyone at any level of leadership and focuses on developing top leadership competencies and behaviors including, but not limited to, critical thinking and problem solving skills, change management, inclusive leadership, multi-generational leadership, leading with empathy, presentation skills, self-awareness and advocacy, communication skills, leading with emotional intelligence and your Top 5 Strengths, handling conflict and resolution, leading with empathy and perspective, managing self, energizing others, diagnosing situations, and intervening skillfully to make progress on adaptive challenges in our changing workplace and communities.
In addition to current professional development training delivered by top corporate trainers and university professors, participants will also be provided with curriculum from Edward O’ Malley’s Your Leadership Edge from the Kansas Leadership Center. This curriculum focuses on adaptive leadership skills that will be applied in the classroom and in their personal, professional, and community contexts.
Class of 2024 applications open March 1, 2023 and applications close June 4, 2023.
Terri Greene '12, M.Ed.
Community Impact and LEAD Institute Director
Certified Instructor of Teach Leadership, Kansas Leadership Center
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