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Leadership Development: The Key to Success

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Do you have what it takes to be a great leader? Leadership development can seem like a daunting task. It does after all; take 6 attitudes, skills and knowledge to be a great well rounded leader. However, leadership comes in many forms. Leadership does not only require one person to stand up and have all 6 competencies.

Take the RE-AMP network for example. RE-AMP is an engaged and active network of nonprofits and foundations working on reducing global warming emissions by 80 percent (from 2005 levels) by 2050. This group of leaders have conjoined to reach their big hairy audacious goal, (otherwise known as a BHAG, coined by Jim Collins). This network of leaders has been extremely successful and is on target with their big hairy audacious goal.

The art of relationship building and networking, noted as one of the 6 competencies that make an effective leader in the non-profit/voluntary sector, is crucial to success.

To learn about the six principles that RE-AMP utilized in quest and attainment of leadership, with a particular focus on network leadership, and to learn how to build aligned action networks powerful enough to tackle major social challenges check out a webinar offered by the Leadership Learning Community. For more information on this webinar offered on December 6 click here.

There are many leadership development opportunities out there and improving your great leadership skills is only a click of the mouse away. This is why is here. We are here to help you be the leader you were always meant to be.

Many learning providers such as Adult Learning Councils, private consultants, educational institutions and nonprofit/volunteer and government groups exist and are out there to help you attain your leadership goals. If you are a learning provider and would like to extend your reach to the thousands who visit register today.

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