The Leadership Snohomish County Program develops leaders for a lifetime by providing education and opportunities for people to strengthen our community.
"Community building is messy work. Leadership Snohomish County revealed to me how inspiring that work can be."
– Ted Wenta, YMCA Snohomish County
More than 500 Snohomish County professionals have graduated from LSC. Employers in businesses, nonprofits and local government see the value of this program.
Communicating across generations in the workplace
For the first time in U.S. history, there are four distinct generations in our workforce. Each generation brings its own background, culture, understanding and biases to work based on the period in which those people were raised and the prior generation that taught them.
Join Leadership Snohomish County for a hands-on, half-day workshop to improve your skills at communicating across generations in the workplace. Local facilitator Reneé Huseby will guide two 2.5-hour sessions that will enrich your understanding of generational differences and provide tactics for building teams, managing employees or simply improving your interaction with all co-workers.
Each session is limited to 25 participants. Choose morning or afternoon session.
Inaugural leadership day in snohomish county
With the designation of Leadership Day on October 14th, Leadership Snohomish County and its partners highlight the importance of leadership as a community value. LSC also awarded its annual Distinguished Alum Award to Chris Knapp, CEO of the Everett Clinic and LSC Signature Class of 1998, and Community Partner Award to Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, at the inaugural Leadership Day breakfast event.
TIckets on sale now: LUNAFEST FILM FESTIVAL, FEBRUARY 19th
What do a synchronized swimming team, a writer,
and a refugee have in common?
Stories. Their stories, all powerfully captured through film, are presented along with six others as part of the 2017 traveling LUNAFEST film festival. In a unique fundraising initiative, Leadership Snohomish County is hosting LUNAFEST starting at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 19th at the Everett Performing Arts Center. The LUNAFEST festival spotlights the work of a diverse array of talented women filmmakers with intelligent, funny and thought-provoking themes. This festival highlights women as leaders in society, illustrated through nine short films. The films range from animation to fictional drama, and cover topics such as women’s health, motherhood, body image, aging, cultural diversity and breaking barriers.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DATE CHANGE.
Kindly update your calendars and secure your tickets today! LSC graduates receive a special discount.
BELOW: 2017 kick off dinner – Building Influence: The Impact of Inspired Leadership. Photos by Jordan Tan
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