2021 Transforming Teams Program
Launching February 2021. Applications Open Now.
Transforming Teams is open exclusively to Leadership Triangle alumni and their teams. If you are participating as a team, at least one member of your team must be a LT alum. If you are participating as an individual, you must be a LT alum.
Do you or your team have a challenge, project, initiative, new policy, or new program coming up in 2021? Would you like dedicated space and time to work through your project, in collaboration with other local leaders and with the support of expert consultants? Do you want to do that at an affordable price? If so, Transforming Teams is designed for you.
You can apply as an individual or as a full team – the important thing is that you have a project or challenge you’re committed to working on through the program. As a participant, you will engage with our expert leadership development facilitators, business coaches, and DEI consultants. They will help support you in your project and give you perspective on your existing team dynamics and performance. Additionally, you will connect with, learn from and support the other local teams and organizations participating in the program.
From February 17 – May 19, Transforming Teams will meet weekly, from 9am-11am on Wednesdays via Zoom. This is the “intensive” portion of the program, where we will engage new skills, tools and frameworks together. After the three month intensive, we will meet 1x/mo as a cohort through the remainder of 2021. Monthly gatherings will serve as accountability check-ins, support structures to continue working through challenges, and opportunities to peer coach. Timing of those meetings will be set by the cohort.
Featured Goodmon Fellow
Joshua Gunn is an Artist and a Community Builder. He’s also a 2017 Leadership Triangle Goodmon Fellow and new President & CEO of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce.
Read our interview with him on the LT Blog.
“Leadership is a series of behaviors rather than a role for heroes.”
– Margaret Wheatley
Leadership Triangle is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to educate and promote regionalism across the separate communities of the Triangle.
The challenges of our communities do not lie neatly within city or county boundaries. The Triangle’s quality of life and future growth depends on our ability to work across these boundaries to find common ground. Leadership Triangle is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to educate and promote regionalism across the separate communities of the Triangle. It does this through regional and leadership development classes, seminars and awards.