The world needs better leaders. We need them in our community and in yours.
There seems to be a big misconception, however, around what it means to be a leader. So often the world tries to convince us that leadership is about money, title, influence, and power. The truth is while titles and influence may be helpful, they are just tools. They may make you a better leader, but they will never make you a leader.
Leadership Niagara is changing the way leadership is viewed and practiced in Western New York. We are looking for people with the right motivation who want to grow, learn, and change something for the better.
If this sounds like you or the leader you'd like to be, then we encourage you to apply now for Leadership Niagara's Class of 2018 and join our next cohort of 40-50 leaders.
Thank you to the hundreds of the individuals and organizations, industry experts, and leadership professionals who have contributed to growth and success of Leadership Niagara and who have helped us become a nationally recognized model for excellence and innovation.
Leaders will receive a practical understanding of what leadership is and what it is not, build a strong peer learning network, and gain knowledge of issues that impact our communities. Sessions will focus on self awareness, behavioral assessments (DiSC), teamwork and collaboration, change and transformation, creativity and innovation, and other leadership competencies.
TUITION: The deadline for applications is Oct 1st and the tuition cost $2,950. The tuition includes all materials, meals, and accommodations. Participants may receive graduate-level credit from Niagara University (additional fees apply).
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Who should apply for the LN Class of 2018?
Leadership Niagara seeks dynamic and community-minded individuals who live or work in Western New York and Southern Ontario and demonstrate the capacity for leadership in their career achievements and community involvement.
What will Leadership Niagara participants gain?
Participants will develop a strong peer learning network, an understanding of graduate-level leadership concepts, as well as new insights into the challenges and issues impacting our region. Sessions will provide class members with an opportunity to talk with area experts and thought leaders in economic development, manufacturing, poverty, agribusiness, binational relationship building, education and workforce development, criminal justice and tourism.