Employers benefit from having emerging, high potential managers and leaders who are skilled in working with diverse teams to accomplish challenging goals and who are connected to the community.
•Employees bring a better understanding of their current and potential use of leadership skills back to the office, where they can apply them immediately.
•Participants rapidly gain deep community awareness and establish meaningful connections that help you retain valuable employees.
•Employees develop relationships with peers in other organizations and sectors, learning new approaches to problem solving and uncovering new resources they can call on in the future.
•Participants become confident leaders by working on real world projects in task force teams with tight timeframes and limited resources.
•Employees accomplish challenging goals by collaborating with others whose backgrounds, skills, beliefs, appearance, and approach are different from their own.