Month: October 2017

Book: A Leaders Legacy

Most leaders want to leave a mark in their fields, to create a lasting imprint by their work being appreciated and remembered. A Leader’s Legacy shows readers how a legacy is more than a link to a position or place in an organization. A legacy comes from the idea that everyone, Continue Reading

Nine LEAD Alumni serving Pierce Township

Pierce Township is one of the fourteen townships in Clermont County, Ohio – a township of 14,349 people. Nine LEAD Clermont Classic Alumni serve Pierce residents as appointed or elected officials (L to R): Jeff Bachman, Police Chief, 2013 LEAD Craig Wright, Fire Chief, 2015 LEAD John Koehler, Director, 2016 LEAD Mike Continue Reading

30 student LEADers launched at Grant Career Center – Ready LEAD

Grant Career Center launched its LEAD Ready program on Friday September 1, 2017 with 30 teacher-selected high school juniors. During this “Preview” session Student LEADers learned class details including its underpinnings of Personal Leadership, Strengths-based Leadership, and Servant Leadership.  In this picture Grant’s Superintendent Dr. Lisa Tuttle-Huff explains The Promise portion of the program asking students to use Continue Reading

2017 LEAD Breakfast: “Using Well-known Definitions to Trigger Deep Explorations into What We Value”

The way we define leadership – the words and phrases we use and their implied meanings – says something about how we view leadership and what we value in a leader. Even prominent leadership scholars do not agree on how leadership is defined (Northouse, 2016). Since there’s no single definition of Continue Reading

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LEAD Emerge grad joins West Clermont Education Foundation Board

  Taking The Promise to heart, LEAD Alumni Seth Kirchner recently joined the Board of West Clermont Education Foundation. Seth was a member of the first LEAD Emerge cohort, “Commencing to LEAD” in May, 2017.  He is the Amelia Banking Center Manager for Park National Bank. The West Clermont Educational Foundation was launched in the Fall of 2013 and is an Continue Reading

UC Clermont English Professor Dr. Gregory Sojka Gives Back to Clermont County Through Fine Arts Initiative

This past summer, the Boys & Girls Club of Clermont County held a special weekly class for its high school-aged students. The theme last summer was dance, and the class was taught by a UC Clermont student thanks to funding provided by Dr. Gregory Sojka, who has funded such a class each Continue Reading

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