Leadership North Dakota was formed to ensure our future.
Created for established professionals with the desire to be an effective leader in our state, Leadership North Dakota will enhance your career and expand your network. Participants meet one time per month for six months in different communities in North Dakota to gain advanced leadership skills, explore major industries and key employers within each community, and participate in high-level networking opportunities.
We need strong, connected, informed citizens who can lead our private, public and non-profit sectors while addressing the challenges and opportunities that currently exist in the state. Leadership North Dakota is a premier leadership program designed to grow the citizens our state needs.
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Why attend the leadership nd Institute?
Study Advanced Leadership Curriculum
Participants will explore an advanced leadership curriculum based on the book Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership. Learning activities include curated panel discussions, keynote speakers, group discussions, and other focused activities.
Network with Experts and Proven Leaders
Participants will expand their network while establishing valuable connections with subject matter experts and leaders from across the state.
Explore Major Issues Facing Today’s Leaders
Participants will investigate some of the significant challenges facing our society today, such as diversity and inclusion, mental health, law and order, hyper-partisanship, and crisis leadership.
Dates & Locations
Dates: January 13 & 14
Pillar I: Person of Character
Pillar II: Puts People First
Dates: February 17 & 18
Pillar III: Skilled Communicator
Dates: March 17 & 18
Pillar IV: Compassionate Collaborator
Dates: April 14 & 15
Pillar V: Foresight
Dates: May 12 & 13
Pillar VI: Systems Thinker
Dates: June 16 & 17
Pillar VII: Moral Authority
The Leadership North Dakota Institute is presented by the Leadership North Dakota Board, the Gary Tharaldson School of Business, and the University of Mary Workforce Development Department.