KLC has a full year of programs planned for 2012. Keep watching the KLC blog and website for more information as it becomes available.
Your Leadership Edge
- Newton – Happening this month
- Topeka – Coming in summer
- Hays – Coming in early fall
This is a traveling, three-day program open to any Kansan looking to make progress on issues in civic life.
ExecCoach Kansas (new!)
Through this program, beginning in Spring, participants will talk one-on-one, by phone, with their civic leadership coach.
Leadership and Faith – Southeast Kansas (new!)
This three-year initiative will begin with three gatherings, held March-May in Chanute, Iola, Pittsburg, Independence and Eureka. People of any faith group are welcome.
Leadership and Faith Teams Programs
- Methodist Church Teams– Starts in March
- Multi-faith Teams – Starts in August
These six-month engagements are for faith teams with 4-7 members.
KLC Reach (new!)
This program, out in spring, features videos and discussion questions based on the KLC competencies.
Kansas Community Leadership Initiative (KCLI) Facilitator Workshop
This three-day, hands-on learning opportunity set for April is designed for facilitators of local community leadership programs.
Art & Practice of Civic Leadership Development: 20s and 30s (new!)
This year-long engagement, launching in June, is for Kansans under 40 interested in learning to develop leadership capacity in others.
Art & Practice of Civic Leadership Development: Faith (new!)
This year-long development opportunity, starting in June, is for faith educators seeking skills for developing leadership in others.
Kansas Community Leadership Initiative (KCLI) Summit
This three-day, state-wide gathering, happening in September, is for local community leadership program participants.
The Academy for Team Leadership (new!)
Beginning in the fall, this program will provide leadership training for up to 400 people who will mobilize around, and work on, one issue of civic concern. The issue of civic concern will be selected soon.
Onward Kansas (new!)
This two-year investment by KLC, launching in the fall, will focus on Kansans who are doing significant work in their communities.
This leadership experience, starting after the November elections, is designed for incoming legislators.