Leading4Life Fellows grow and learn from one another, becoming more effective leaders who empower others to improve the world.


2018 Leading 4 Life Fellows



We believe that the best leadership programs take place over a substantial period of time, introduce multiple perspectives and tools to a diverse team of adult learners, and engage those adults in learning from one another.



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The Leading4Life fellowship process will provide opportunities for mentoring, personal and professional growth, networking, and the development of leadership skills that are practical and immediately applicable. Fellows completing the program will receive certification, continuing education credits, and public recognition, as well as the right to the title of “Leadership Fellow.” If you or a colleague are interested in being a part of this exciting program, apply now! Applications for the 2020 class will be available August 5, 2019.

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Major Sponsors


Thank you to the organizations who sponsor the Leading4Life fellows by covering the individual tuition payments and thank you to the leaders of this profession who have generously supported this program through their annual donations.


HCIS

Care Providers of Minnesota Service Corporation

Infinity Rehab



2019 Class Members



Heidi Amoth, Good Samaritan Society–Stillwater Nicole Boe, Minnesota Masonic Home Care Center
Karla Davis, The Lodge of Howard Lake Katherine Hentges, Allina Health
Cortney Kleinsasser, Tealwood Senior Living Noel Lovas, Woodbury Senior Living
Heather Kasper–Maine, Pierz Villa Maggie Paris, Sterling Park Senior Living
Julie Pedersen, The Lodge of Taylors Falls Danna Potter, St. Otto’s Care Center
Nina Rudolph, Riverside Assisted Living of Pillager
Nicole Sorem, Northwest Respiratory
Justin Teal, The North Shore Estates
Casey Ward, Good Samaritan Society–Battle Lake




Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji
Christine Peterson, ElderCare of Bemidji

Background

The program began in 2009 with funding from the Rick E. Carter Leadership and Governance Fund, the James B. Swanson Fund, and Silverchair Learning Systems, and continues through the generosity of leaders and sponsors within our profession. The leadership curriculum was developed in partnership with Ethical Leaders in Action and its president, lead program instructor Dr. Charles Weinstein. Together, we continue to improve it each year.

The Fellowship's individual and group projects benefit not only the participants, but also the long-term care profession in general.

"It has been even more enriching than I had imagined. Chad has created a group dynamic where we really have personally invested in the process and are sharing and trusting in open ways."

"Each month I brought back information I had learned and shared with the other senior leaders in our center. It was a great way for all of us to benefit from my participating in the class."

"This has been a brilliant opportunity to step out of the day-to-day scene and take time to really focus on and collaborate on being better leaders. The group is very interactive and I have personally been able to take away something very positive after each meeting."







Questions?

Contact us for questions about Leading4Life. Our toll-free number is 1-800-462-0024.


Cheryl Smith
Cheryl Smith
Director of Education
952-851-2488