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Northwest College partners with PCLI to offer leadership institute class

Posted June 12, 2018
By NWC News Desk

Emerging and established leaders alike are invited to take part in the upcoming Park County Leadership Institute (PCLI) class, sponsored by Northwest College.  

Established in 1996, PCLI aims to encourage individuals to build relationships within their business and community, balance personal and professional growth, develop leadership skills through education and inspire participants to take on leadership roles through interactive learning experiences.

“I am excited about our new partnership with the Park County Leadership Institute,” NWC President Stefani Hicswa said. “As the college focuses more on connecting to the communities we serve, this is an important initiative in those efforts. Leadership training in Park County is as important now as ever, and we are honored to be a part of it.” 

The organization, which was formerly part of University of Wyoming Extension, is now under the direction of Northwest College and governed by a board of directors.

Each biannual class is developed and carried out by local steering committee members, consisting of PCLI alumni.

This year, the committee selected Amber Simon-Power of Power Business Strategies to facilitate the upcoming class.

The class begins in September and runs through May 2019 with monthly classes that cover a variety of topics such as conflict resolution, team building and many more.

Those who are interested in taking the class must fill out an application, which is currently available on PCLI’s website at https://www.wyomingpcli.org. Applications are due Tuesday, July 31.

Attendance is required for the first session and is expected at all monthly sessions. Participants must attend six of eight sessions, a minimum of six Community Based Experiences and three board meetings during the course to graduate.

To learn more about the class, contact Simon-Power at 307-250-7216, or visit PCLI on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ParkCountyLeadershipInstitute/.