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The Program

LLEAD6 launches November 10, 2023 with bi-weekly real-time virtual classes, then an in-person intensive followed by more interactive bi-weekly virtual sessions to May 3, 2024. 

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In-Person Intensive: 


 

The week I spent at Loon Lake was pivotal. It changed my way of thinking, boosted my personal game and elevated me for what the next few months would bring.

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2022 LLEAD grad

.Live Virtual Classes
We meet virtually for 2 - 3 hours every 2nd Friday. There is
preparation for each class.
 
To fully participate in and enjoy the virtual sessions you'll need
reliable connectivity and, if possible, a monitor or screen > 25"
to be able to see everyone on one screen. 

We recommend you schedule 3 hours each Friday from
November 10, 2023  to May 3, 2024. Eleven of those Friday chunks will
be virtual classes; the other Fridays will be prep, applying tools and
concepts and reflection. 
 
It's important that you and your manager agree to the LLEAD schedule and priorities.

In-Person Intensive
Check-in at the Loon Lake facility is January 7 @ 2:00pmPT.  We conclude on January 12 at noonPT.  The Centre is a one-hour car ride from Vancouver International Airport. You'll receive many more details in November. 

 

​All LLEAD discussions are grounded in confidentiality agreements and geared to building self-efficacy, confidence and self-awareness, as well as learning to collaborate and influence effectively.​

Project

You're encouraged to you apply what you are learning on an initiative or project that's important for your organization. More information is here.

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Virtual Classes:

9:00amPT - NoonPT  |  NoonET - 3:00pmET

November 10, December 1, December 8, 2023; January 26, February 9, February 23, March 8, March 22, April 5, April 19, 2024.

Final Presentations and Graduation are May 3, 2024 to which Managers are invited. 

Testimonials

Monique Liddle

Manager Operations

North Vancouver Public Library

LLEAD Grad

“LLEAD was a pivotal turning point in my library career. The Loon Lake Intensive served as a chance to start the process of self awareness critical to my growth as a leader, while having the chance to bond with my fellow LLEAD participants and mentors, all of whom have become a trusted circle of support since well after the program ended.” 

- 2016 LLEAD Grad

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