To deliver dedicated leaders that collaborate in order to grow an active and diverse network that serves and strengthens our communities.
The Leadership Spokane Legacy Society builds and fosters a legacy of leadership in the Spokane area and the Inland Northwest to effectively strengthen our communities. The Society will support the Leadership Programs and provide a forum for continuing alumni advocacy.
Take a look.
YLS is a 10-month civic leadership training program, based on the principle of servant leadership. YLS and the YMCA have partnered to focus on developing the next generation of servant leaders and empowering youth for service to each other and their community.
Leadership Spokane is the region's premiere Leadership, Education and Networking program. You will learn key leadership skills and understand how the region works and how your industry fits in. We seek servant leaders whether you are just getting established in your career or are nearing retirement.
Applications for Class of 2019 will be available January 1, 2018.
This month we focus on Healthy Community and how our leadership classes can step in and contribute to the health of others. We so appreciate our alumni who helped with over 60 adult interviews last month as we sorted out next year’s program. Youth applications close out May 15 for Class of 2018. We are looking for all interested high school youth who also want to learn about servant leadership and our great community.
Accountability, while not often mentioned outside of public service circles, is part of a leader’s DNA because at its core is trust. Without trust, a leader is weakened and has only to rely on position to achieve results.
Mother’s Day is such an important day because mothers have such a profound impact on each of us. They are the epitome of leadership, defining by how they live countless leadership examples. Truly, mothers demonstrate time management skills daily, help us heal, have empathy, listen and never run out of passion. Mothers lead by example their entire lives.
Leaders never operate in a vacuum. Leaders magnify their impact when they are able to convene others together for a greater good. The dreaded weekly staff meeting is not all bad (most of the time)—it is a means to have a meeting of the minds which ostensibly should benefit the company.