Seeking Alumni Planning Team Coaches

Did you love planning your leadership day? Would you like to get to know some of our new class members and help LBC create the best program possible?  Then we are looking for you!  

LBC’s Program Committee has been working hard to make every single LBC session day the best it can be.  It has been poring over feedback from alums, viewing evaluations and bringing its own ideas to make improvements on a continuous basis.  For the Class of 2019, starting in September, we’re implementing a new approach and we need your assistance. 

LBC will recruit two Planning Team Coaches to assist each current class team in designing a compelling day.  As always, these session days will be chock full of experiential activities, County and thought leaders, policy makers and facilitated discussions to bring out all perspectives around each issue so we can truly understand different points of view to find common ground and create innovative solutions to our most critical challenges. 

The Program Committee has created several tools to support the coaches in this work: a Coaches Guide; a planning team worksheet; and a summary of what worked well and what did not from an historical perspective.  To see a Planning Team Coach position description, the time commitment and to learn more about this new opportunity for alumni, please click here. 

LBC will provide an Orientation/Training for all coaches, so all you need to bring is your own skills, knowledge and commitment to excellence.  For more information, please see the Coach Job Description which includes the time commitment.  If interested in learning more, please complete the Coaching Application no later than August 24, 2018 and we will be in touch with you. 



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