Across the country, community foundations are being called upon to play an important leadership role in improving the local quality of life by being responsive to the changing needs of many people – not only donors and grantees, but also volunteers, board members, nonprofit organizations, the media, collaborative partners in the public and private sectors, the disadvantaged and the previously disengaged.
The Advanced Leadership Network was established in 2006 by Incourage to teach the types of adaptive skills needed for building trust, communicating effectively, leading change and resolving conflict. Graduates are now working on community projects such as:
These efforts are not limited to only those receiving leadership training; each of us has talents and expertise we can share in creating a stronger community.
Facilitators use these skills and models to provide knowledge and guidance that will help strengthen organizations. Click to learn more:
For additional information, contact:
Heather McKellips | [email protected] | 715.423.3863