An essential characteristic of the well-rounded leader is an appreciation for the place of arts and culture in today’s society. This day will be spent at The Front Row Theater in San Ramon. We will explore the role of the arts in the community.
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: Paige Meyer (Lead) and David Behring
Successful communities require the stewardship of broad-minded, well-educated, 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. The day also includes an historical perspective of the San Ramon Valley and a review of the unified vision that was created by previous community leaders. 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), Paige Meyer, Henry Perezalonso, and Dominique Yancey
Leadership Retreat@ Amador Rancho Community Center/ Rancho San Ramon Park - Bella Vista Room
Oct 3 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The retreat is an opportunity for class members to get to know one another on a more personal level and beyond the traditional boundaries of communication. Team building exercises focus on fundamental team development skills, empowerment, and the creation of synergy and trust among the class participants. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Day Chairs: Henry Perezalonzo (lead), Randall Diamond, Mitchell Hopson, and Dominique Yancey