Leadership Triangle is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to educate and promote regionalism across the separate communities of the Triangle. It does this through regional and leadership development classes, seminars and awards. We strive to build leadership capacity, cooperation, and networking opportunities across the public, private and civic sector, preserving local uniqueness while acting regionally to deal with issues such as traffic congestion, water quality, housing affordability, open space, school funding, economic and social equity.
Are you a seasoned Triangle resident or have you just moved to the area? Would you like to:
- Gain perspective on regional issues
- Gain access to resources in dealing with regional issues
- Connect with a broad and widely diverse network of other leaders
- Be involved in enhancing the region's quality of life
- Improve your own leadership skills
Then consider applying to one of our classes. All graduates earn the degree of "Goodmon Fellow" in recognition of James F. Goodmon, President and CEO, Capitol Broadcasting Company, Chair Emeritus of Leadership Triangle and regional leader extraordinaire
Find out more...
Find out more about our Regional Program, presented by Quintiles, that will begin again January, 2014. Classes move around the Triangle, exposing the participants to regional opportunities and challenges, and is a great environment for regional networking and problem solving.
Our Executive Program began in April, 2013. It is for those C-level folks who are new to the area, and their spouses or partners. It meets five times over the next nine months. This group of executives graduate February, 2014.
This Fall we are unveiling a new, creative, dynamic program, Transforming Leaders. It is a fantastic leadership development experience that includes a 360 self-evaluation tool, instructors from the Triangle Universities’ Business Schools, interactions with other class members and Triangle leaders, and individual coaching and support by worldwide executive coaches. Goodmon Fellows who become Transforming Coaches, have an opportunity to learn or elevate their coaches skills with eight hours of training by world class instructors and then implementation of those skills over the next several months.
Our College Edition, presented by RTP, two students from every university, college and community college. They meet in various locations around the Triangle. We are told we are the only program in the region that brings all these schools together. We welcome the input they give to Leadership Triangle as to the future needs of the region.
The 2012 Goodmon Awards, presented by the Carolina Hurricanes and Compuware, were a roaring success. We look forward to a repeat performance December 9, 2013 when we celebrate the 11th annual Goodmon Awards.
Our Alumni Network is stronger than ever before. We encourage graduates to view the class as step #1, then involvement with "Goodmon Fellows" through the Alumni Network as the on-going benefit of Leadership Triangle throughout the years. Join the LT Alumni Network and reap the benefits of membership.