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  • LGR 2018-19 Application Cycle

    Application Deadline
    May 1, 2018

    Tuition
    $1,850 for Chamber Members

    $2,300 for Non-members

    Scholarship
    The Rochester Chamber of Commerce Foundation provides one scholarship per LGR class for a small-mid size business or non-profit. If interested, please fill out this form.

    Tuition Due Date
    August 1, 2018 - Tuition will be billed upon acceptance into the program.

     

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  • Apply for LGR

  • Applications for the 2018-19 class of Leadership Greater Rochester will open February 5th, 2018.

     

  • CREDENTIALS & QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPLICANTS CREDENTIALS & QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPLICANTS

    LGR CREDENTIALS & QUALIFICATIONS

    Leadership Greater Rochester is accepting applications from individuals who have the desire and capacity to take their leadership strengths to a higher level in order to help their communities, professions, and organizations. While the program is designed to assemble a unique and diverse cohort of high-potential leaders, the most successful applicants to the Leadership Greater Rochester program share certain characteristics:

    EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL: Individuals are accomplished professionals who have a breadth and depth of professional experience. Though “quality” is not easily measured in time, the majority of applicants have at least 5 years of professional experience, and are at a point in their careers where their participation in the program will be felt for many years to come.

    DEMONSTRATED PRIOR LEADERSHIP: Individuals are interested in building on their established record of meaningful leadership. (Note: LGR is not an introductory course on leadership.)

    RESPONSIVE TO FEEDBACK: Individuals willingly seek, humbly accept, and actively respond to feedback.

    ACCEPTING OF DIVERSE POINTS OF VIEW: Individuals welcome opportunities to interact with and learn from others with different backgrounds or perspectives.

    IN POSITION OF INFLUENCE: Individuals are expected to take action and make change in their communities or organizations, so they must have the opportunity to ffect change

    CIVIC-MINDED: Individuals are willing and eager to take actions to improve our community.

    READY TO COMMIT: The Leadership Greater Rochester program is rigorous and intense. Over the course of the ten-month program, individuals are required to be onsite for 12 days and spend numerous hours engaging in curriculum, including the Community Impact Project.

  • SESSIONS FOR LGR 2017-18 SESSIONS FOR LGR 2017-18

    SESSIONS FOR LGR CLASS OF 2017-18

    Please review your schedule to make sure you are available for all dates before applying. 

    Orientation: Activating Leaders
    August 24

    Leadership Retreat (Overnight) -- must be in attendance
    September 14-15

    Exploring Our Economic Ecosystem
    October 12

    Workforce & Talent
    October 13

    Community Impact Project
    November 9

    Humanities in Our Community
    December 7

    Art of Leadership Communication
    January 18

    Building a Sustainable Community
    February 8

    Engaging in Local Government
    March 14th

    Experiencing Public Safety
    April 12

    Launching Leaders & Graduation
    May 17


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    For more information about Leadership Greater Rochester, please contact Workforce Development Manager, Kaylie Huntley, or call (507) 424-5687.