Leadership Institute of South Puget Sound accepting applications

  • Tuesday, December 17, 2019 12:38pm
  • Business

The Leadership Institute of South Puget Sound is looking for emerging leaders.

The Leadership Institute is a regional leadership preparation and training program and an opportunity for current and future leaders in the South Sound area to engage with the business community, regional leaders and elected officials while developing leadership skills.

The 2020 session, led by George Frasier of Green River College, will explore leader development, assess leadership strengths and weaknesses, provide opportunities to learn from leaders who contribute to the vitality of their communities, and offer visits to organizations at the heart of the region’s business community. Sessions begin Feb. 5 and continue bi-weekly through June 2020.

Apply online.

Learn more at auburnareawa.org/leadership-institute-of-south-puget-sound

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