CWC and Silicon Couloir announce second Leadership Summit

JACKSON HOLE, WYO — Calling all  local leaders, aspiring leaders, and business owners: Central Wyoming College and Silicon Couloir want to help you refine your skills.

Following the success of the inaugural Leadership Intensive program held in December 2016, Central Wyoming College and Silicon Couloir present the second annual Leadership Intensive. The summit is aimed at local leaders and business owners who want to dive deeper into their leadership capabilities and potential.

The Leadership Intensive is a two and a half day deep dive into leadership and personal development. Guided by top thought leaders and leadership educators Kat Smithhammer, Allison Bergh and Sandy Hessler, participants will explore the principals of Leadership of Self, Leadership of Others and Leadership of Organizations and come away with the tools for strong personal growth in these areas.

“NOLS, NASA and the Wharton School of Business have developed top curriculums to study and practice leadership principles,” says Leadership Intensive Program Director Liza Millet. “We are again bringing some of their best teachers to this program in Jackson for a unique educational opportunity!”

The class will be held January 18, 5pm-8pm, and January 19 and 20 from 9am-4pm. The cost of the program is $395.  Registration is open and limited to the first 25 participants. Email [email protected] to sign up. Spots will be held with a $100 deposit. Wyoming Workforce Training Grants may apply.

Community Partner:

Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College is a two-year college serving Fremont, Hot Springs and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton Wyoming and we have outreach centers in Lander, Jackson and Dubois, each designed

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