JACKSON HOLE, WYO \u2013 Leadership qualities are among the most in-demand skillsets sought by various businesses organizations and any group seeking an effective manager of people. Knowing your leadership strengths and working to develop any weaknesses is also one of the most useful self-betterment tools that can help anyone with their life journey.\r\n\r\nA great leader has to be able to inspire others and resolve conflict, but they also need to listen and learn when they need to follow. Discipline, situational awareness, responsibility\u2014a lot goes into being a strong leader. Thankfully, much of it can be taught and trained for.\r\n\r\nCentral Wyoming College is offering two in-depth leadership classes this fall: Foundations of Leadership and Personal Leadership. Both will be taught by Sandy Hessler.\r\n\r\n\u201cAfter a very successful and sold out Foundations of Leadership class this past winter, we are committed to continuing our leadership curriculum and providing opportunities for professionals of all levels to work on their personal development,\u201d said Dean of Business and Technology Lynne McAuliffe.\r\n\r\nThe college will again offer Foundations of Leadership this fall. It is the first course and pre-requisite for the Leadership Certificate Program. This first course explores how various influences have shaped leadership models over time and how those influences still have an impact on how we may lead today.\r\n\r\nFoundations of Leadership will be offered weekly on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-7: 30 pm, September 3 through October 8. There will also be one Saturday workshop on September 21 from 9am-1pm.\r\n\r\nFoundations of Leadership will be followed by Personal Leadership. This course also meets Tuesday evenings from 5:30-7: 30 pm, October 15 through Dec 10.\r\n\r\nBoth courses will be simulcast on the CWC Riverton and Lander campuses.\r\n\r\nInstructor Sandy Schultz Hessler comes with more than 30 years of business experience from organizations including IBM, Procter & Gamble, and Harvard University. She taught at Tufts University, Miami of Ohio and Harvard and is the instructor and co-director of CWC\u2019s Start-Up Intensive.\r\n\r\n\u201cBuilding strong leadership skills and an awareness of your personal leadership strengths can make all the difference in whether you\u2019re looking to further your career or just beginning your college or professional journey,\u201d Hessler said. \u201cThese courses provide the learning and the tools for daily practice to become your best leader.\u201d\r\n\r\nTo sign up, please visit the CWC website\u00a0or call the CWC office at 307-733-7425.