Lead In is an experiential leadership development program designed to attract and retain an educated population of young professionals and leaders by equipping them with skills necessary to propel them to the next level of leadership through interaction with community decision-makers.
The program will expose participants to critical community issues that enhance each member’s understanding of assets and resources within the community, potential solutions to problems and strategies for becoming more involved. This includes providing access and interaction with public servants and community and business leaders from all areas of development to experience hands-on learning and expanding participants’ understanding of people and beliefs that may be different than their own.
Program size is intentionally limited to 20 participants between the ages of 21 and 40. The program runs late January through September with members meeting the 3rd or 4th Wednesday of the month for several hours.
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Applications for our 2020 class are now closed. We would love to consider you for 2021! Stay tuned for more information and deadlines for application.
WEBINARS AND PODCASTS
As a chamber, one of our goals is to find ways to help our membership businesses grow and succeed. Podcasts and Webinars are a time-efficient way to gather new information and trends in an easy to absorb format.
For 2020, we’ve screened various podcasts/webinars and we’ll share those episodes related to professional development, business topics and regional issues here. Make use of your time in the car, in the gym or even 15 minutes before your next appointment to learn something new!
About this webinar:
In this webinar, presented by small business expert and best-selling author Rieva Lesonsky, you’ll learn about the hottest new small businesses and industries, how to target different generations of consumers, the newest consumers and business trends and how your small business can best adapt and more
The Best Stats You’ve Ever Seen | Hans Rosling
“How one statistician is using public data to debunk myths about the so-called “developing world.” When economies and trade open up, global health improves; learn more in this TED talk.”