2013 Regional Leadership Institute Annual
Atlanta Botanical Gardens Day Hall
Thursday, November 21, 2013
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join fellow RLI alumni for networking and an interactive panel discussion at the upcoming RLI Alumni Reception.
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Congratulations RLI Class 2013!
The Regional Leadership Institute (RLI) has just graduated its 24th class! Forty-six of the region's leaders in Business, non-profit and local government came together to discuss key issues and take an active role in the challenges facing the region. Issues ranging from trends in transportation to education, from water and aging to the economic impact of regional issues were addressed in frank and high level discussion. Participants heard from established regional leaders on their varying perspectives of leadership and sharpened their own leadership styles and skills so that they would be able to continue the charge to bring the Atlanta region to the next level.
The 2013 RLI class joins a prestigious group of leaders committed to enhancing the Atlanta region. Congratulations class of 2013!
2013 RLI Class List pdf.
As the challenges and opportunities of the Atlanta region become more complex, there is an increasing need to develop regional leaders. 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. 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.
- 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.