Chevron has graciously hosted this Leadership class for many years, and we are very appreciative of their continued support.
Day Chairs: Robert Combs (lead), Bill Clarkson, and Vicki Harris
Class participants: please be prompt (or early) as you must check in at the security desk and this can take some time.
Directions to Chevron Park from Route 680: Exit 680 at Bollinger Canyon Road, East. Follow Bollinger Canyon a short distance to the Chevron Park sign. Turn into the complex and drive to the left of the guard station. You need not stop there. Turn right and right again into Parking Lot 1, 2 or 3. Enter Building A and ask for “Leadership” at the security desk. Your name will be on a security list. Reminder: You MUST have your photo ID with you.
This session explores the important topics of housing and transportation and the need for regional planning to address these challenges.
Day Chairs: Lisa Bobadilla, Newell Arnerich, David Behring, Robert Combs, Christopher George, and Vicki Harris
Class members gain an appreciation for the variety of issues facing today’s educators and the educational system and gain insight into how these issues impact our local education community (San Ramon Valley Unified School District). Members also have opportunities to observe student learning and school climate through classroom observations and shadowing the principal of a local school.
Day Chairs: Christopher George (lead), Kathy Chiverton, and Andy Li
During this session, participants acquire an understanding of the role communication plays in leadership including the ever-changing role of technology in communication and how the various types of new media influence public opinion.
Day Chairs: Vicki Harris, Newell Arnerich, and Sumita Bhandari
This class will explore the important role that the arts play in a healthy and vibrant community… a do-not-miss and fun class – Cultural Arts Day!
Day Chairs: Mitchell Hopson (lead), Sumita Bhandari, and Ann Lucena
The final class wraps up the program with leadership concepts that apply to both your professional and personal life. The Ring of Reciprocity will reinforce your connection to each other.
The graduation ceremony follows, next door at the Village Theater.
Day Chairs: Henry Perezalonso (lead), Kathy Chiverton, and Bill Clarkson
The Graduation ceremony is a wonderful event to invite alumni, colleagues, friends, and family to attend. The class plans their ceremony with guidance from the Executive Director. The ceremony typically includes a video/slideshow of the class’ year in Leadership San Ramon Valley, and class members are presented with certificates of completion. The winner of “The Best Class Ever” fundraising event will also be announced. Reception to follow. All are welcome. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni and Board members mix and mingle with the newest class of LSRV participants. The orientation kicks off with introductions and testimonials from alumni. Light refreshments served. All alumni and new class invited.
Chairs: Bill Clarkson
Thriving communities require the stewardship of broad-minded, well-informed, forward-thinking individuals acting in unity to promote the cumulative interests of a greater goal. Because leadership starts at the individual level, the “Foundations of Leadership” day kicks off the program with understanding each participant’s strengths identified using the Clifton StrengthFinder assessment and the tenets of strengths-based leadership. Intermixed throughout the day are opportunities for developing relationships with other program participants and building the foundations for a strong sense of team and group identity.
Day Chairs: Kathy Chiverton, (Lead), Bill Clarkson, Mitchell Hopson, Henry Perezalonso