|Programs & Classes|
|Written by Administrator|
|Monday, 11 June 2007 20:51|
Goodmon Fellows Speak Out
The Regional Program trains stimulating regional leaders in leading the Triangle and trains people within a new leadership environment that is transparent and open. We expose participants to living laboratories with regional issues played out by regional citizens. We dissect topics such as immigration, economic development, the environment, racism, human services, public policy, and education, to name a few.
Personal Leadership Development
The Personal Leadership Development Class helps participants develop individual leadership skills by matching them with nationally recognized leadership coaches and introducing them to top Triangle leaders. Unlike most leadership programs, each participant has a highly customized experience working with a leadership coach in a small group setting in each class. An individual·will·focus on·a personal project, or role in an organization, or a situation that requires "gaining willing followers," which will be the basis·of their work at each session.
Leadership Triangle and the Research Triangle Regional Partnership have jointly developed a new opportunity for regional CEOs: the Leadership Triangle Executive Program. This program is designed for CEOs, especially those who are new to the area, and their spouses or partners. We believe it is incumbent upon our organizations to support them as leaders, introduce them to others in comparable positions and to equip them with the information and tools to make a significant contribution to our great community.
College Edition presented by AT&T
Leadership Triangle College Edition presented by AT&T, is an experiential learning opportunity for students selected to participate from the ten universities, colleges, and community colleges based in the Triangle area. The interactive curriculum will focus on developing students' leadership skills and providing regional exposure.
As communities across the Triangle begin to understand the importance of working together, regional thinking and cooperation become more essential to our individual and collective well being. Yet, we have few mechanisms in place for rewarding such regional foresight and action. As a result, Leadership Triangle has established the annual Goodmon Awards in honor of James F. Goodmon to recognize leaders in our community who are regionally minded - and who exhibit that frame of mind in their personal and professional lives.
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