Congratulations RLI Class of 2014!!
This year's Regional Leadership class was one of the best yet! Leaders from across the metro region discussed topics regarding water resources, transportation, and economic development. As well as issues of changing demographics, the region's education and workforce development needs and equity for all of the region's citizens.
The class was given the charge to be actively engaged in the issues that shape our region and they seemed up to the challenge! Congratulations again to the 2014 RLI class.
2014 Regional Leadership Institute Class pdf.
The Regional Leadership Institute (RLI) is a comprehensive leadership program designed to better prepare a diverse group of community, government, business and nonprofit leaders to work collaboratively in addressing regional issues.
For more information contact Katrina DeBerry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RLI is designed to provide a unique learning experience for emerging and existing leaders through an intensive one-week program that trains, empowers and supports leaders so they can effect positive community change in the region.
The curriculum provides a framework for understanding organizational and institutional processes and responsibilities for regional planning, problem-solving and community building. National and regional experts address diverse topics, including community collaboration, transportation, land use and economic and social trends.
- Create a shared sense of community in the Atlanta Region.
- Build relationships of trust between businesses, government, non-profit, civic, religious, racial, ethnic and cultural groups
- Expand leaders' knowledge regarding the key issues, opportunities and challenges that face the Atlanta Region.
- Bring clarity to the role of community leadership and begin the development of new skills, awareness and competencies required to lead the Atlanta Region.