- Identify, recruit, develop, and engage leaders of all ages and from all parts of the area
This community’s diversity takes many forms — economic, ethnic, and religious, among others. There is a desire to capitalize on that diversity in seeking leaders.
- Develop a proactive attitude and encourage multiple vehicles for civic engagement
While some leaders are easy to spot, others may require intentional searching. There need to be new ways for identifying leaders and providing opportunities for persona to grow into leadership roles.
- Leverage current leaders’ ability to inspire future leaders
Many leaders are executives in the workplace, but perhaps more leaders serve as Little League coaches, Den Mothers, Sunday school teachers, mentors, or counselors. Their roles and contributions need to be recognized, and their help is needed in guiding future leaders into pathways resulting in community leadership.
Many Voices. One Vision.