We need leaders not in love with money, but in love with justice. Not in love with publicity, but in love with humanity. – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Traditionally, leaders are typically associated with those who hold formal roles or titles such as executives, directors, or managers, however, Alliance believes everyone can become an effective leader.
In these times of disruption and change, leadership has never been more important, and it has never been more challenging. Yet, we continue to witness ordinary people accomplishing extraordinary things in our communities and around the country.
Now, more than ever, this is the time for every leader to commit to personal growth. Developing a keen self-awareness will establish the necessary foundation and understanding who you are as a leader will help you to continue to grow.Alliance for Greater Works™ has been boots on the ground for the past 20 years, and we have gained tremendous insight and expertise in leadership development by working with a network of collaboratives, community members, and partners, to craft solutions to some of our most pressing social ills community, county, and nationwide.
In honor of our 20th year anniversary, we are launching Unprecedented Leadership, our new weekly e-blast, in hopes to share “bite-size” lessons learned and a reservoir of wise tips to encourage individuals, leaders, and organizations to lead with an equity mind-set.
Together we can emerge out of this new normal stronger and more inspired to make a difference for everyone, regardless of the zip code in which they happen to live.Join us, via your inbox, on Monday, January 18th for the launch of Unprecedented Leadership.
Rooted in Service. Committed to Equity.