Community Leadership Program

Improve your community leadership skills

Developed and led by President-emeritus James Appleton, this interactive series of seminars will help you improve your community leadership skills. The program is ideal for grass-root community leaders and not-for-profit managers and directors.

The program build on your strengths, helping you identify opportunities for improvement and become more effective in the execution of your responsibilities as a stakeholder in your community.

Although there are no formal homework assignments, you will participate in assignments designed to help develop your leadership and collaboration skills.

This program will be a rewarding and enriching experience for you, and your community will benefit as leaders across the community come together to share best practices. Upon completing the program, you will receive a certificate and 2.1 continuing education units (CEUs)

There is no formal application or admission process to participate in the program, and scholarships are available.

Community Leadership Program

6:00-9:00pm, Thursdays, March 27-May 8, 2014


Course     Date  Instructor 
Elements of Successful Leadership Thursday, March 27, 6-9pm        Appleton 
Diversity and Inclusion Thursday, April 3, 6-9pm                   Osajima
Leadership Principles and Practice Thursday, April 10, 6-9pm        Appleton
Leadership Practice in Groups Thursday, April 17, 6-9pm     Van Vechten 
Conflict Management Thursday, April 24, 6-9pm          Doster 
Leadership Analysis Thursday, May 1, 6-9pm              

Ramos, Appleton 

Presentations and Graduation Thursday, May 8, 6-9pm       Appleton



Cosponsored by the Inland Empire Hispanic Leadership Council


Tuition: $295

(Scholarships available by contacting

Location:  University of Redlands

1200 E. Colton Ave

Redlands, CA 92373

For information: or 909-748-8868

At a Glance:   Seven week program

                        6:00-9:00pm, Thursdays

                        March 27-May 8,2014

                        University of Redlands campus

                        2.1 continuing education units (CEUs)




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