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NWK KS Leadership Center Workshops


Posted date: Mar 19, 2021

by: Dianna Padgett
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Community Builders,

The NWK KS Leadership Center team is scheduling three NW Kansas Leadership Skill-building Workshops at the end of March in Bird City, Colby and Goodland. These workshops will include introductory leadership skill-building concepts by KLC teachers and coaches. These workshops will also address the logistics of establishing leadership training programs, choosing curriculums and measures to sustain leadership training into the future.

The dates, times and location of these sessions are:
Tue., March 30, 8:30 to 11:30 AM, Goodland at Northwest Technical College (Lyons Room)
Tue., March 30, 3:00 to 6:00 PM, Bird City American Legion Hall
Wed., March 31, 3:00 to 6:00 PM, Colby Community College (Room 106)

Please spread the word regarding the opportunity to obtain leadership training in the future. I personally believe that the leadership classes held from 2007 to 2012 in Cheyenne County helped initiate growth and positive activity in Cheyenne County in the last 15 years. I hope you will join this new effort to re-establish leadership training in Cheyenne County and northwest KS!

Take this opportunity to learn new and improve your existing leadership skills. If you enjoyed the previous leadership classes, take advantage of these professional workshops in our backyard. Teachers and coaches are traveling from Wichita to lead these workshops.


Click on this link to learn more and easily register for a workshop at one of the three sites. Registration assures there will be adequate food and refreshments. Share this link with friends and family.

https://mailchi.mp/kansasleadershipcenter.org/nwk-field-team-series-2598568?e=1257ab518c
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Tom Keller
1560 Rd 13, St.Francis, KS 67756
tomekeller48@gmail.com
785 332-3991 home
785 332-8516 cell
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