Leading In Community Brings Skills, Fun to Community Leadership

Leading in Community offers half-day, full-day combination and evening training workshops for people on working boards, in community associations, parent advisory groups, sports and cultural organizations and other community groups. 

adultedworkshop.jpgCommunity organizers in Greater Victoria have the opportunity to train and learn both from experts and each other in a six-part series, called Leading in Community, running from March 31st to April 28th.

Susan Low, Executive Director of Leadership Victoria, says “We planned Leading in Community so that people engaged in community leadership will be able to manage some of the potential roadblocks they face in their volunteer work. Community organizing should be fun and rewarding, and having the skills to manage challenges effectively contributes to that.”

Leading in Community offers half-day, full-day combination and evening training workshops for people on working boards, in community associations, parent advisory groups, sports and cultural organizations and other community groups. 

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Facilitators for this series include James Pratt, Jennifer Walker, Ann Moskow, Leanna Hill, Sue Iles and Guy Nasmyth.

The cost for each workshop is $30, or $10 for seniors and unwaged people. This series was made possible with funding from the Greater Victoria Savings Credit Union Legacy Foundation.

For more information and to register, see www.leadershipvictoria.ca/leadingincommunity.


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