Leadership LaGrange County Announces Facilitator
By: Mike Stiles - Monday, September 12, 2022

(photo courtesy of LaGrange County EDC)

(LAGRANGE) – A LaGrange County organization wants to do more to create economic growth and development.

The LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation is making some improvements based on feedback from their program alumni and staff. This follows what Leadership LaGrange County did last year, when it returned with a mission to identify, train, prepare and inspire community engagement and development along with economic growth and development.

This year’s re-imagined program consists of 6 sessions held once monthly from 9 AM until 1 PM on the first Wednesday of each month beginning in October 2022 and running until March 2023. Session dates are October 5, November 2, December 7, January 4, February 1 and March 15. Sessions will focus on topics like the Gallup Science of Strengths; being an ideal team player; crucial conversations; healthy communication; and navigating cultural differences in the workplace.

Sherri Johnston, President and CEO of the LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation, has worked hard to pack the sessions full of valuable tools and lessons that will be beneficial for the leadership pipeline in LaGrange County. She has done this by having a session and panel lead by other leaders from around the county.

Leadership LaGrange County is open to individuals living and working in LaGrange county who had or have the potential to demonstrate the following: The ability to achieve personal goals; Availability of time and resources to commit to community service and a personal commitment to the greater good of society and LaGrange County.

The deadline to sign up is September 26. To find out more information about Leadership LaGrange County, the full session schedule and the online application, you can go to. Click Here. Then look for Leadership LaGrange County.

If you have any questions, you can also call Emilee Fincher at 260-499-4994.

Class size is limited to 20 people.


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