Leadership Southeast Georgia Calls For Nominations for the 2017 Leadership Training Program

(SOUTHEAST GA) Leadership Southeast Georgia, a leadership development program for professionals across 10 counties, is calling for nominations for the 2017 course. The deadline to nominate is Monday, August 15.

The Leadership Southeast Georgia program fosters relationships between leaders in the region and strives to teach conflict resolution, self awareness and critical thinking that helps to improve business and communication skills.

Applicants may be nominated by Leadership Southeast Georgia alumni, leaders in the region or they may self-nominate. Residents of Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh and Screven counties are eligible for consideration. Nominations can be made on the Leadership Southeast Georgia website (www.lsega.com).

The selection process is competitive and ensures that a diverse group of members from each county, culture, race and gender will be represented. The selection committee is comprised of Leadership Southeast Georgia alumni.

The criteria for a candidate takes numerous factors into consideration. A candidate must live or work in the county from which he or she applies, must be willing to serve the community, must be open to growing as a professional, must be eager to learn new skills, must work well and participate in group activities and must be professional, motivated and prompt.

The Leadership Southeast program is held over five sessions during a five-month period beginning in February and ending in June, and each session takes place in a different county throughout the region. Since 2000, the program has produced thirteen graduating classes with 240 graduates.

For more information on the Leadership Southeast Georgia program, visit http://www.lsega.com/home.html.

Beginning in January 1999, leaders representing the business, local government and education communities in 10 southeast Georgia counties set about the difficult task of creating a regional strategic plan for community and economic development.
A regional leadership program that brought together citizens from each of the 10 counties in the coastal region was envisioned as a means of reinforcing the regional capacity to address challenges and capitalize on common opportunities. The region includes Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh and Screven counties along with their 35 municipalities.
Program content focuses on the assets of the area, as well as potential threats to those assets.

Lee Beckmann
Leadership Southeast Georgia

Marjorie Young
Carriage Trade Public Relations™, Inc.