Thursday, November 8, 2007
Leadership Marshall recruits new class
Organizing committees are putting the final touches to the Leadership Marshall 2008 curriculum and asking those interested in participating in a one-of-a-kind community experience to get their applications in, according to Sarah Sawyer with the leadership steering committee.
The opening two-day retreat has been set for January 24-25 at Kirkwood.
Past graduates can expect some changes in the curriculum this year, Sawyer said.
“We are thinking of adding modules on networking, healthy lifestyles, time management, community service projects, managing conflict, stress release, and much more.
Businesses and organizations can help promote leadership development within or in the community at large by sponsoring activities such as luncheons or scholarships. Sponsoring is a good way of getting a little extra marketing of the organization or product at no extra cost and at the same time to promote leadership development.
Applications for enrolling an employee or individual are being accepted at least until December 15. Don’t miss out on a spectacular way to learn more about your county and meet new people.
For an application contact Janet Jolley at the MSU Extension Service at 662-252-3541, the Byhalia Chamber at 662-838-8128 or the Holly Springs Chamber at 662-252-2943.
Prospective sponsors can also get a sponsorship form by calling any of the numbers above.
One of the goals of Leadership Marshall is to build a network of community leaders who can enhance their problem-solving and other leadership abilities through shared perspectives and teamwork.
Your participation counts.
“Our motto is ‘Marshall County Leaders of Today with a Vision for Tomorrow.’ ”
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