UNC School of Government

Leading for Results - Lgfcu Fellows

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About the course

This course is sponsored by Local Government Federal Credit Union.

The Leading for Results program is develops leadership skills for local government professionals. The program meets for two one-week sessions with cohorts of 25 participants. The intensive two-week program, held at the UNC School of Government in Chapel Hill, aims to enhance personal as well as organizational leadership skills. Participants complete the program with a deeper understanding of their individual leadership strengths, skills of improving their organizations, and a renewed passion for public service.

Individuals admitted to this program will attend as Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU) Fellows. LGFCU Fellows are select group of individuals who represent the future of North Carolina local government leadership. LGFCU Fellows participate tuition free in the Leading for Results course as well as receive individual coaching sessions, and alumni events.

Who should attend

his program is for individuals new to managing and leading in their organization, individuals transitioning from technical to managerial and leadership responsibilities, and/or high performers who aspire to take on more leadership responsibilities.

Applications for the Fellows program are encouraged from local government professionals who lead or seek to lead in their organizations, including managers and assistant managers, department heads and supervisors, assistants and directors, executives, and administrators.

With the generous support of the Local Government Federal Credit Union, individuals selected as LGFCU Fellows will receive this program tuition-free. Participating organizations pay only for hotel and travel expenses to attend the classes held in Chapel Hill.

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Willow Jacobson

Willow Jacobson joined the School of Government faculty in 2003. Prior to that, she taught in the Master of Public Administration program at the University of Connecticut and worked on the Government Performance Project and the New Jersey Initiative at the Alan K. Campbell Institute at The Maxwel...


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