Leadership Tomorrow

Leadership Tomorrow enhances community leadership by providing an educational program for individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences who demonstrate leadership ability and commitment to the community.

Each of the nine monthly sessions is dedicated to a specific aspect, including:

  • Emergenetics – understanding thinking and behavioral preferences
  • Discovering Our Community/Choosing to Lead
  • Economic Development/Fueling the Economic Engine
  • Community Needs/Volunteer Leadership/Media Relations
  • Community Investment/Diversity
  • State Government
  • Crime & the Criminal Justice System
  • City/County Government
  • Preparing Today’s Workforce

Leadership Tomorrow identifies and educates proven and potential leaders who are committed to developing and utilizing positive leadership skills to improve our community.
Interested in being a part of the next LT class? Applications are open in January to March.
Partial scholarships are available. Please submit this scholarship application with your application to the program.
Know someone that should be in Leadership Tomorrow? Nominate them!

Leadership Tomorrow – Class 32

During these day-long sessions, participants have the opportunity to visit facilities across the community, to meet and interact with community leaders, to study community issues, and to decide how they will work to make the area a better place to live.

A key objective of Leadership Tomorrow is to provide a foundation for class members to identify their goals and to prepare and motivate them to help shape the future of Hall County.

In addition, class members have the opportunity to interact more informally with community leaders during small group focus luncheons.

The nine-month program provides training for leaders in the following areas:

  • Team building
  • Communication
  • Facilitation
  • Time Management
  • Collaboration
  • Visioning
  • Personal mission and goal setting
  • Boardsmanship/Trusteeship
  • Parliamentary procedure
  • Running a meeting
  • Conflict management
  • Consensus building
  • Experiential learning cycle
  • Servant leadership
  • Fund raising
  • Customer service
  • Media relations
  • Networking
  • Leadership styles

Tuition for the program is $900 per participant. Partial scholarships are available to those who show need. Please submit your scholarship application with your application to the program. Need for scholarship is not a factor in class selection. All application information is kept confidential and selection to the program is made “blindly” meaning those who review applications do not know the name or any demographic information about the application they are reviewing.