Leadership Lynchburg 2.0: For the Seasoned Leader
Leadership Lynchburg 2.0 provides the highest level of leadership training and progressive practices of effective leadership to seasoned leaders. Whether they are graduates of our own flagship program, executives, or business owners. Composed of members from a variety of community sectors, forum participants engage in challenging discussion groups, peer coaching, and thought provoking sessions. These sessions foster continued leadership development. Participants provide a "brain trust" for each other on common leadership and business issues while recieving support in achieving their individual goals and outcomes.
Who is Leadership Lynchburg 2.0 for?
The buck stops with you. You're a seasoned leader who wants to continue honing your leadership skills.
Whether you're a senior-level manager, company executive, small business owner, or nonprofit leader, the Executive Forum provides high level leadership training, coaching, and best practices that go beyond industry.
If you're wanting to expand your leadership bandwidth, engage in high level conversations with other leaders to talk through leadership challenges and raise your "lid", then this program is for you.
"I really enjoyed the members of my cohort. They had similar issues but from vastly different industries. I didn’t think I would enjoy sharing as much as I did, but felt it became a very safe place. Seven months went too quickly. For me, self-awareness is probably most relevant to my success and my company’s success. This forum gave me tools to monitor and better myself."
"I found the real time opportunities to practice new skills and get feedback from the group to be motivational and highly effective. It created another layer of accountability for results."
- “The Forum provides an opportunity for self-reflection that is always meaningful to personnel in management. The course's content reaffirmed both the positive and negative aspects of a person's tendencies while they are performing as a leader in an organization.”