Level II Link – July 2016

Welcome

This month we welcome Wendy Baxter, Lauren Schiller, Maddie Pietrangelo, Caity O’Shaughnessy, Tara Schmidt, Aaron Murray and Colleen Lightle from the Emerging Leaders College to the Level II. Welcome guys! Looking forward to see how God grows you and your leadership.

Congratulations

Congratulations Mike Spivey on completing Level II!

Current Course

You are on the last month of our 3-month course Values in Leadership and our text: People First by Jack Lannom. I know this course has challenged and stretched you to lead systematically and to grow in your leadership.

Remember to fill in your Personal Action Plans at the end of each chapter and mail these in to me by August 15th.

 

Level II

Welcome

This month we welcome Kelly Adkins (Women at the Well, PA) to Level II! Kelly, we look forward to serving you and helping you to grow in your leadership!

Core Courses

We continue with our 3-month course Values in Leadership and our text: People First by Jack Lannom. The first acrostic is Logos. Logos is a Greek word that is often translated as wisdom, doctrine or logic. Logic is framed on the foundation of knowledge. If you are building a structure like the Sears Tower or the Empire State Building, you must construct a massively solid foundation before you can safely and successfully erect the magnificent superstructure. Knowledge is the very foundation of leadership. The Leader’s Leader provides a unified knowledge base that unites everyone in the organization.

Remember to fill in your Personal Action Plans at the end of each chapter. You will turn in these at the end of the course. 

Level II Link – May 2016

Welcome

This month we welcome Michelle Sheppard – Pensacola Women’s to the ELP. Welcome Michelle!

Core Courses

Our next Core Course is Values in Leadership and our text: People First by Jack Lannom. Lannom uses Leadership as an acrostic to describe a systematic way we can “develop world-class leaders and pass on an enduring legacy.” Lannom says “As I began to compare and contrast strong, growing organizations with those that consistently struggle, it didn’t take long to realize that a company is only as strong as its leadership.” The first principle of leadership is logos meaning knowledge; leaders know what they believe and why they believe it and from this knowledge they promote the idea of truth in all things, wisdom in all things and excellence in all things.

This course is a 3-month course and will be shipped from our office. Your first post will be up on the forum on Monday, May 16th. You’ll make an initial post and then respond to someone’s post.