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Leadership Northwest Missouri Recruiting for 2018 Class
09/11/2017
 

Leadership Northwest Missouri is looking for the right men and women to fill its 2018 class, promising those who join an experience they’ll never forget.  Eight days over a seven-month period is the commitment, but the results are worth so much more.  The deadline to apply is December 1, 2017.

Often, seminars offer tips on leadership and networking.  But Leadership Northwest Missouri is different.  It provides a localized experience, offering leadership training, education on hot topics in the region, and access to a well-connected network of contacts.  Here is what some of the 2017 class participants had to say about their experience:
“Leadership Northwest Missouri empowers you to want to be a better leader and person, not only in the workplace, but in your daily life. You will leave a session feeling ready to change the world and come to crave the next “Tim time.” Dr. Tim Crowley is uplifting and challenges you to be the best version of yourself, because we are all leaders.”

Vicki Hogue, Albany

“I am so grateful for my experiences with this amazing program. I truly value the connections I have made and the relationships I have built over the last several months. I am a better person, a better leader, because of my participation in Leadership Northwest Missouri.” 

Laura Buhman, St. Joseph                                                                                          

“LNWMO provides participants with an opportunity to grow, both personally and professionally, through reflection of the individuals’ goals and development of leadership skills.  The program empowers people to stretch beyond their current comfort zone to create a wider circle of colleagues and a deeper understanding of others and of the Northwest Missouri region.  As a result of my participation in LNWMO, my life has been enriched with new friends, new opportunities, and greater leadership capabilities.  I highly recommend anyone interested in developing his or her leadership skills to apply to be part of the Class of 2018.”

 Stephanie Williams, Cameron

“It was unique and wonderful.  It was not what I expected but turned out to be better than I could have imagined.  Connecting with others in Northwest Missouri was incredibly important for me to have a better understanding of the community I now live in and I have learned to have a great appreciation for Northwest Missouri that I would have never been able to have without this program.  I am better for having been a part of this program.” 

Stephany Beaver, Polo

“Leadership Northwest Missouri has completely shifted my outlook on what leadership can and should mean. Tim’s teachings have become an integral part of my daily thoughts in being the kind of leader I want to be in every facet of my life. The network of friends I have acquired from across the region encourage my growth as a leader and are sure to be beneficial throughout my career.”

Kaity Holtman, Conception Junction          

"Leadership Northwest has helped me develop a great network of leaders in our region. I learned a lot of new things about our region with different issues that come up. I feel this class has helped me become a better leader.”

Emily Minton, Maryville

“Friends and colleagues that have been through LNWMO told me what a life changing experience it was.  To be honest, I was a bit skeptical and didn’t see how a professional leadership program could be so impactful.  I could not have been more wrong!  This program is life-changing and so much more than learning professional leadership.  In fact, it’s hard to put into words so I let my actions speak for what I learned.  By the end of the first day, I had formed a bond with my cohorts that was completely unexpected.  I learned that leadership doesn’t just involve a person’s actions on the job or in the community.  It starts deep within a person and that the people I encounter everyday deserve my best. As a result, I am more compassionate to the people in my life and more benevolent to those in need.”

Sam Mason, Maryville

“Being involved in Leadership Northwest Missouri was the most meaningful business experience I have ever encountered.  I learned about leadership qualities that are comfortable and easy for some of us and about others that make us step outside of our comfort zones.  Our group began the program as business acquaintances and ended as friends - all over Northwest Missouri!”

Janice Neumann, St. Joseph

The 2018 class will begin with a two-day retreat at Conception Abbey, January 24 and 25, led by Tim Crowley, Ph.D., a national speaker on personal and professional development.  Day-long monthly classes will follow in various communities throughout our 19-county region, (Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Linn, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, Sullivan and Worth), with the class graduation scheduled for July 19. 

Class participants will come away with a new outlook on the workplace, enhanced leadership skills, hands-on team building exercises, communication and motivational skills, and so much more.  To create an effective experience, Leadership Northwest Missouri must limit the number of class participants.  The deadline to apply is December 1.  Please contact Deb Powers if you have questions or to request an application; e-mail: debdpowers@gmail.com

Website:  http://www.leadershipnorthwestmissouri.org

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