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Participants had opportunities to network with individuals from various nonprofits in the Sonoma Valley and, overall, everyone came away from the experience having found deep and meaningful takeaways that will enrich their lives going forward.
Following the workshop, on-going email communication has kept all participants engaged. Regular cohort meetings provide an opportunity to continue discussions around their LPI feedback and action steps for moving their leadership development plan forward. The cohort also plans to meet regularly to address issues and concerns affecting the community, and explore ways to apply their new-found leadership skills to current challenges.
There was an outpouring of community support for this very special Masters Give Back program, and to those who made such a difference we say, “thank you.” The Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley for the donated food and refreshments
- La Luz Center donated the facility and ongoing meeting space
- Carneros Brewing Company for the use of their facility for a first-evening gathering and ongoing meeting space
Jeni Nichols is President of FlashPoint, a Global Training Partner of The Leadership Challenge, where she leads a team of creative, experienced leadership development professionals in fulfilling the firm’s vision of developing a “well-led world, one leader at a time.” She can be reached at www.FlashPointLeadership.com.
La Luz Center, a Jefferson Foundation Award recipient, is a nonprofit and the only organization serving the Latino community in Sonoma, providing English language training, teaching computer skills, distributing food, hosting medical services, offering crisis counseling, and supporting events that celebrate the richness of the multicultural community.