Leadership, Exploration and Development: Lead Bourbon County Sign Up


What is LEAD Bourbon County?

A program designed to develop and engage the leadership skills of potential and current leaders through exposing participants to diverse aspects of our local community. The program includes 9-sessions that run from September to May. Sessions are the second Thursday of the month (8am to 3:30pm) and held at various locations throughout Bourbon County, with Mercy Hospital as the main site.

Who should participate?

LEAD Bourbon County is open to all community members, all ages, all positions.  A company may sponsor one or more employees to participate, or a person may register individually on their own.
(Cost is $325 plus $50 materials fee per registrant,
includes lunch at each session, graduation, and any other expenses.)

What should participants expect?

The sessions held on the 2nd Thursday of each month begin with the class attending the weekly Chamber Coffee at a local business at 8am, then convening at Mercy Hospital for a morning session following the curriculum of the Kansas Leadership Center (KLC), A guest speaker will be featured at each afternoon session which will often include a tour of a business or community attraction to exemplify leadership in action.

Robert Uhler and Deborah Needleman are co-facilitators of the program.

KLC’s principles include that anyone can lead anytime, anywhere.  Leadership is not a position, it is an action.

Click here for more information and to download the printable registration form.

Registrations are requested by Friday, August 24th.
The first session will be September 13th.

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